Daido Moriyama in Color: Self-portrait (Limited Edition)

Now, and Never Again

$3,230.00

For the first time, the colour photographs realised by Daido Moriyama, one of the leading figures in contemporary Japanese photography. An extraordinary limited-edition artist book edited by Filippo Maggia, intended for all collectors searching for the magic of a precious and extraordinary product destined over time to grow in value. Considered one of the great masters of contemporary Japanese photography, Daido Moriyama is a lone traveller whose black-and-white images recount visions and worlds hidden just beneath the surface of reality. However, there are many sides to his practice: here for the first time, over 250 colour photographs taken between the 1960s and the 1970s. A constant flow of images that is often frenetic or suddenly suspended, following the rhythm of an unfettered, restless life spent travelling the roads of the world

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For the first time, the colour photographs realised by Daido Moriyama, one of the leading figures in contemporary Japanese photography. An extraordinary limited-edition artist book edited by Filippo Maggia, intended for all collectors searching for the magic of a precious and extraordinary product destined over time to grow in value. Considered one of the great masters of contemporary Japanese photography, Daido Moriyama is a lone traveller whose black-and-white images recount visions and worlds hidden just beneath the surface of reality. However, there are many sides to his practice: here for the first time, over 250 colour photographs taken between the 1960s and the 1970s. A constant flow of images that is often frenetic or suddenly suspended, following the rhythm of an unfettered, restless life spent travelling the roads of the world

Additional information

Weight 7700 g
Dimensions 41 x 52.8 cm
Publisher name Skira Editore S.p.A
Publication date 1 February 2018
Number of pages
Format Hardback
Contributors Edited by Filippo Maggia
Dimensions 41 x 52.8 cm
Weight 7700 g