Photographs by Daido Moriyama. Text by Neville Wakefield. Interview by Andrew Roth.
PPP Editions, New York, 2002. 150 pp., 100 tritone illustrations, 7x9½".
At the encouragement of book maker and collector Andrew Roth (who has interviewed the artist for this impeccably designed book), Moriyama has reprinted work from his first visit to New York, a trip that was also his first outside of Japan. “Coming to New York in 1971 was my first trip to a place that I really had a terrible yearning towards-I was a little bit like a puppy leaving its mother's side for the first time to begin marking out its experience."-Daido Moriyama. Moriyama is a seminal figure in Japanese photography and stands as one of the great photographers of our time. His 1972 monograph, Bye, Bye Photography, Dear is a classic volume of raw, experimental image-making. 1971/NY is one of the important books of the year.
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