Daido Moriyama

The Netherlands, Amsterdam Galerie Alex Daniëls - Reflex Amsterdam

Daido Moriyama (b. 1938, Japan) is a Japanese photographer known for his grainy black and white images of a post-war Japan that won him the New Artist Award in 1967. Since then he has had major exhibitions at the Metropolitan Museum in New York, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography and at Tate Modern. In 2012 Moriyama received the Lifetime Achievement Award form the ICP (International Centre of Photography) in New York.