Daido Moriyama Catalogue
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Daido Moriyama
Group Exhibitions
"Pantomime (with Shin Yanagisawa)," Ginza Nikon Salon. Tokyo, Japan. 
"New Japanese Photography," Museum of Modern Art, New York. March 27-May 19, 1974. 
Saint Louis Art Museum. Saint Louis, Missouri.
Minneapolis Institute of Art. Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Winnipeg Art Gallery. Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
Krannert Art Museum of Art, University of Illinois. Champaign, Illinois.
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. San Francisco, California. 
"From Photography / Towards Photography," Mat Grosso Gallery. Tokyo, Japan. 
"Fifteen Photographers Today," Museum of Modern Art. Tokyo, Japan. July 26-September 1, 1974. 
"A History of Japanese Modern Photography," Seibu Museum. Tokyo, Japan. November 15-December 2, 1975. 
"Neue Fotografie aus Japan," Stadtmuseumgraz. Graz, Austria. 
"Japan: A Self-Portrait," International Center of Photography. New York, New York. April-May 1979. 
"Venetia '79 La Fotografia," organized by the Municipality of Venice, UNESCO and the International Center of Photography. Venice, Italy. 
"Japanese photography today and its origin," Galleria d'Arte Moderna. Bologna, Italy. January-February 1979. 
Comune di Milano Ripartizione Cultura e Spettacolo Palazzo Reale. Milan, Italy. March-April 1979.
Palais des Beaux-Arts, Paleis voor Schone Kunsten. Brussels, Belgium. June-July 1979.
Institute of Contemporary Arts. London, United Kingdom. August-September 1979. 
"Photography and Climatology," Miyagi Museum og Art. Miyagi, Japan. 
"Six Contemporary photographers (Polaroid 20 x 24)," Seibu Art Museum. Tokyo, Japan. 
"Paris / New York / Tokyo," Tsukuba Museum of Photography. Tsukuba, Japan. March 3-September 22, 1985. 
Miyagi Museum of Art. Miyagi, Japan. November 9-December 22, 1985. 
"Black Sun: The Eyes of Four," Modern Art Oxford. Oxford, United Kingdom. December 8, 1985-February 9, 1986. 
Serpentine Gallery. London, United Kingdom. April 5-May 11, 1986
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. August 9-October 26, 1986. 
"Fotografia Japonesa Contemporanea," Circulo de Bellas Artes. Madrid, Spain. 
Diputacion de Valencia Sala Parpallo. Valencia, Spain.
Casa Elizalde. Barcelona, Spain.
Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao. Bilbao, Spain. 
"Shoji Ueda, Daido Moriyama and Fuyuki Hattori," Zeit-foto salon. Tokyo, Japan. 
"Empathy: Contemporary Japanese Photographers," Visual Studies Workshop. Rochester, New York. September 11-October 23, 1987. 
"Two persons exhibition (with Hiroshi Yamazaki)," Foto Daido. Tokyo. Japan. 
"Eleven Photographers in Japan: 1965-75," Yamaguchi Prefectural Museum. Yamaguchi, Japan. January 6-February 12, 1989. 
"International Foto-Triennale," Esslingen, Germany. September 17-November 5, 1989. 
"Orientalism in Painting and Photographs," White Museum, World Design Expo '89. Nagoya, Japan. 
Hiroshima Museum of Art, Daimaru Gallery Osaka, Tochigi Prefectural Museum of Fine Arts, Hokkaido Museum of Art Hakodate, The Museum of Modern Art Shiga, The Shoto Museum of Art Tokyo, Shizuoka Prefectural Museum of Art, Japan. 
"FotoFest '90," Houston, Texas. February 10-March 10, 1990. 
"Photography Context: Document, Toyama '90," Museum of Modern Art. Toyama, Japan. 
"Tokyo: A City Perspective," Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography. Tokyo, Japan. 
"Foto Biennale Rotterdam '90," Rotterdam,The Netherlands. 
"The past and the present of photography," National Museum of Modern Art. Tokyo, Japan. 
National Museum of Modern Art. Kyoto, Japan. 
"Artists Who Love Nature: from Barbizon School to Contemporary Photographers," Garden and Greenery Exposition. Osaka, Japan. April 1-September 30, 1990. 
Meguro Museum of Art, Tokyo. October 27-December 24, 1990.
Hokkaido Asahikawa Museum or Art, Hokkaido, Japan.
Kitakyushu Municipal Museum of Art. Fukuoka, Japan. 
"Beyond Japan," Barbican Art Gallery. London, United Kingdom. 
"14 Photographers in Japan Part II: Contemporary Photography," Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi. Tokyo, Japan. 
"Japanese Photography in the 1970s: Memories Frozen in Time," Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography. Tokyo, Japan. September 19-November 12, 1991. 
"What photographers have been expressing 1960-1990," Konica Plaza. Tokyo, Japan. 
"Place M Opening: Three-Persons Exhibition(with Masato Seto and Hiroyasu Nakai)," Place M. Tokyo, Japan. 
"Photo City Tokyo," Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography. Tokyo, Japan. 
"Photography and the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo 1953-1995," The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo Film Center. Tokyo, Japan. May 23-July 29, 1995. 
"Works by 25 Photographers' in their 20's," Kiyosato Museum of Photographic Arts. Kiyosato, Japan. July 9-October 22, 1995. 
"Figure," Taka Ishii Gallery. Tokyo, Japan. 
"Votive Images," Tepper Takayama Fine Arts. Boston, Massachusetts. December 1, 2000-January 31, 2001. 
"M Exhibition," Place M. Tokyo, Japan. 
"Open City: Street Photographs since 1950," Museum of Modern Art. Oxford, United Kingdom. May 6-July 21, 2001. 
The Lowry. Salford Quays, United Kingdom. October 28, 2001-January 3, 2002.
Museo de Bellas Artes. Bilbao, Spain. January 21-April 28, 2002.
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. Washington, D.C. June 13-September 8, 2002. 
"M Exhibition," Place M. Tokyo, Japan. 
"Photonesia (with the symposium titled 'The Memories and Creativity in Photography' by Shomei Tomatsu, Nobuyoshi Araki, Takuma Nakahira and Moriyama)," Naha City Public Gallery. Okinawa, Japan. 
"Japan: Keramik und Fotografie - Tradition und Gegenwart," Deichtorhallen. Hamburg, Germany. January 31-May 4, 2003. 
"Go Figure!," Turchin Center for the Visual Arts. Boone, North Carolina. 
"Mask of Japan," Aura Gallery. Shanghai, China. December 12, 2003-January 12, 2004. 
"Myths and Games: Milton Montenegro, Daido Moriyama, Hiromi Tsuchida and Others," Tepper Takayama Fine Arts. Boston, Massachusetts. June 5-July 30, 2004. 
"Moriyama/Shinjuku/Araki (two persons exhibition with Nobuyoshi Araki)," Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery. Tokyo, Japan. January 15-March 21, 2005. 
"Guangzhou Photo Biennale," Guangdong Museum of Art. Guangzhou, China. 
"Shuji Terayama and Daido Moriyama: Aa, Koya," Logos Gallery. Tokyo, Japan. 
"Moriyama, Shinjuku, Araki," NADiff A/P/A/R/T. Tokyo, Japan. January 20-March 1, 2005. 
"CHIKAKU: Time and Memory in Japan," Kunsthaus Graz. Graz, Austria. June 4-September 11, 2005. 
Museo de Arte Contemporanea. Vigo, Spain October 7, 2005-January 22, 2006. 
"Saints and Sinners: Images and Books," Tepper Takayama Fine Arts. Boston, Massachusetts. November 3-December 28, 2006. 
"Fashion Photography," Museum of Fine Arts Boston. Boston, Massachusetts. November 18, 2006-March 25, 2007. 
"A Quiet Gaze, Echoing Worlds, Daido Moriyama and Miguel Rio Branco," Museum of Contemporary Art.Tokyo, Japan. October 22, 2008-January 12, 2009. 
"Night Vision: Photography After Dark," Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, New York. April 26-September 18, 2011. 
"Documented, Doubted, and Imagined Realities ," Yi&C Contemporary Art. Taipei, Taiwan. August 26-September 23, 2011. 
"Daido Moriyama x Mika Ninagawa," Taka Ishii Gallery. Kyoto, Japan. August 6-September 24, 2011. 
"Concepts and Aesthetics II," Tepper Takayama Fine Arts. Boston, Massachusetts. November 8, 2011-January 10, 2012. 
"Re-Inventing Tokyo - Japan's Largest City in the Artistic Imagination," Mead Art Museum Amherst College. Amherst, Massachusetts. Fall 2012. 
"William Klein/Daido Moriyama," Tate Modern. London, United Kingdom. October 2012-January 2013. 
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