Explore the backstreets of Tokyo with Daido Moriyama in the legendary photographer’s new book — GQ

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— by Thomas Barrie: Long regarded as Japan’s greatest living photographer – and one of the world’s – Moriyama’s work spans an era of change for both his country and his practice. He began in Osaka, Japan’s second city, with a Canon 4SB, in the early Sixties. Taking to the streets, he shot anything that moved: women in kimonos heading to Shinto temples, busboys smoking on their breaks, stray dogs and chubby children on bikes…

June 29, 2019

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