All Results for "Moriyama Daido"

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Tokyo

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Moriyama Daido

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(born Ikeda City, Osaka, 1938) Moriyama apprenticed at the Takeji Iwamiya Studio in Osaka before moving to Tokyo in 1961. While working as an assistant to master photographer Hosoe Eikoh from 1961 to 1964, Moriyama was exposed to the work of leading photographers during a period of intense social and creative ferment. Since then, he ...

Sense of Place: Landscape Photographs from Asia

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Asian landscapes are an enduring and multifaceted subject of photography throughout the medium’s history. Many examples of this genre can be found among the thousands of photographic materials held in the Freer|Sackler Archives and collections. This exhibition highlights the Sackler’s growing collection of modern and contemporary photography with a selection of works from Iran, China, ...

Tokyo

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Bewildering in its scale and density, Tokyo has been an enduring subject for print artists and photographers for over a century. The city has evolved through multiple cycles of reconstruction since 1868, when Edo was renamed Tokyo and designated the capital of Japan. Urban plans based on Western models, new railways, and rapid recovery from ...

Yokosuka

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Once a fishing village, Yokosuka became an important trading center in the late nineteenth century and later a base for the Imperial Japanese Navy. After World War II, the city became a controversial operational site for the US Navy and an important subject for postwar photographers. Tomatsu Shomei traveled to many of the towns surrounding ...

Hosoe Eikoh

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(born Yonezawa, 1933) Born Hosoe Toshihiro, Hosoe Eikoh is regarded as a master of twentieth-century photography. Before graduating from the Tokyo College of Photography in 1954, he met other artists and writers through Ei-Q, a photographer and leader of the Democratic Artists Association. In 1956, Hosoe had his first solo exhibition, An American Girl in Tokyo, ...