Daido Moriyama Catalogue
Daido Moriyama
Selected Books
Terayama, Shuji, text.  Japan: A Photo Theater.  Muromachi Shobo. Tokyo, Japan. 1968.
First, Throw out Verisimilitude (with Michiaki Amano, Takuma Nakahira, Takahiko Okada, Yutaka takanashi and Koji Taki).  Tabata Shoten. Tokyo, Japan. 1970.
Farewell Photography.  Shashin Hyouron-sha. Tokyo Japan. 1972.
A Hunter.  Chuokoron-sha. Tokyo, Japan. 1972.
New York: Another Country.  Private publication. Tokyo, Japan. 1974.
The Tales of Tohno.  Asahi Sonorama. Tokyo, Japan. 1976.
Japan: A Photo Theater ll.  Asahi Sonorama. Tokyo, Japan. 1978.
Light & Shadow.  Tojusha. Tokyo, Japan. 1982.
Places in My Memory: Memories of a Dog.  Asahi Shimbun. Tokyo, Japan. 1984.
A Dialogue with Photography.  Seikyu-sha. Tokyo, Japan. 1985.
Holborn, Mark.  Black Sun: The Eyes of Four, roots and innovation in Japanese photography.  Aperture. New York, New York. 1986.
A Journey to Nakaji (Nakaji Yasui).  Sokyu-sha. Tokyo, Japan. 1988.
Moriyama Daido 1970-1979.  Sokyu-sha. Yokohama, Japan. 1989.
Lettre à St. Lou.  Kawade Shobo Shinsha. Tokyo, Japan. 1990.
Daido Hysteric, no. 4.  Hysteric Glamour. Tokyo, Japan. 1993.
Michitaka, Ohta and Hasegawa Akira.  Daido Moriyama: Color.  Sokyu-sha. Yokohama, Japan. 1993.
Daido Hysteric, no. 6.  Hysteric Glamour. Tokyo, Japan. 1994.
A Dialogue with Photography.  (revised edition) Seikyu-sha. Tokyo, Japan. 1995.
From Photography / Towards Photography.  Seikyu-sha. Tokyo, Japan. 1995.
Imitation.  Taka Ishii Gallery. Tokyo, Japan. 1995.
The Times of the Dog.  Sakuhinsha. Tokyo, Japan. 1995.
Japan: A Photo Theater.  (revised edition) Shinchosha. Tokyo, Japan. 1995.
Hunter.  (reprint) Taka Ishii Gallery. Tokyo, Japan. 1997.
Japanese Photographers vol. 37.  Iwanami shoten. Tokyo, Japan. 1997.
Daido Hysteric, no. 8.  Hysteric Glamour. Tokyo, Japan. 1997.
Color 2.  Sokyu-sha. Yokohama, Japan. 1999.
Dream of Water.  Sokyu-sha. Yokohama, Japan. 1999.
Passage.  Waizu Shuppan. Tokyo, Japan. 1999.
Visions of Japan: Paris.  Korinsha Press. Paris, France and Kyoto, Japan. 1999.
The past is always new, the future is always nostalgic.  Seikyu-sha. Tokyo, Japan. 2000.
Places in My Memory.  (revised edition), Kawade Shobo Shinsha. Tokyo, Japan. 2001.
Nishii, Kazuo.  Daido Moriyama 55.  Phaidon. London, United Kingdom and New York, New York. 2001.
Memories of a Dog, Final Chapter.  (revised edition), Kawade Shobo Shinsha. Tokyo, Japan. 2001.
Schifferli, Christoph, ed.  The Japanese Box: Facsimile reprint of six rare photographic publications of the Provoke era.  Edition 7L. Paris, France. 2001.
Transit.  Eyesencia, Japan. 2002.
Shinjuku.  Getuyosha. Tokyo, Japan. 2002.
'71-NY.  PPP Editions. Berkeley, California. 2002.
Shimizu, Minoru.  Platform.  Daiwa Radiator Factory. Taka Ishii Gallery. Tokyo, Japan. 2002.
Malanga, Gerard; Shomei Tomatsu.  Daido Moriyama: The Complete Works vol.1.  Daiwa Radiator. Hiroshima, Japan. 2003.
Tsutatani, Noriko, Katsuhiko Kawano, eds.  Hunter of Light: Daido Moriyama 1965-2003.  Shimane Art Museum. Shimane, Japan. 2003.
Junkerman, John, transl.  Memories of a Dog.  (with English-language essays) Nazraeli Press. Tuson, Arizona. 2004.
Daido Moriyama Complete Works (vol. 1-4).  Daiwa radiator factory. Tokyo, Japan. 2004.
To Nirvana and Back: Photo Album of Real Lear in Echigo-Tsumari.  Gendai Kikakushitsu. Tokyo, Japan. 2004.
Akasaka, Hideto, text.  November.  Getsuyousha. Tokyo, Japan. 2004.
Route 16.  Aisenshia. Tokyo, Japan. 2004.
Remy, Patrick, text.  Daido Moriyama Remix.  Edition Kamel Mennour. Paris, France. 2004.
Moriyama, Shinjuku, Araki.  Heibonsha. Tokyo, Japan. 2005.
Lettre à St. Lou (revised version).  Kawade Shobo Shinsha. Tokyo, Japan. 2005.
Takuno.  Sokyusha.Tokyo, Japan. 2005.
Daido Moriyama Buenos Aires.  Kodansha. Tokyo, Japan. 2005.
Terayama, Shuji.  Aa, Koya.  Parco. Tokyo, Japan. 2005.
Zdenek, Felix.  Daido Moriyama Shinjuku19xx-20xx.  Codax Publishers. Zurich, Switzerland. 2005.
Farewell Photography.  (revised edition) PowerShovel Books. Tokyo, Japan. 2006.
A Dialogue with Photography and from Photography/Towards Photography.  (revised edition) Seikyu-sha. Tokyo, Japan. 2006.
Five Great Innovators of Photography: Eadweard Muybridge, Daido Moriyama, Eugene Atget, Gustave Le Gray, Gabrielle Basilico.  Phaidon Press. London, United Kingdom. 2006.
It.  Rat Hole. Tokyo, Japan. 2006.
Lectures at noon/at night.  Heibonsha. Tokyo, Japan. 2006.
Daido Moriyama: t-82.  PowerShovel Books. Tokyo, Japan. 2006.
Shinjuku+.  Getsuyosha. Tokyo, Japan. 2006.
Record No. 1-5.  (revised edition) Akio Nagasawa Publishing. Tokyo, Japan. 2006.
Zoo.  PowerShovel. Tokyo, Japan. 2008.
Record No. 9.  Akio Nagasawa Publishing. Tokyo, Japan. 2008.
S.  Kodansha Ltd. Tokyo, Japan. 2008.
To another country.  Asahi Shimbun Publications. Tokyo, Japan. 2008.
Record No. 10.  Akio Nagasawa Publishing. Tokyo, Japan. 2008.
Bye-bye Polaroid.  Taka Ishii Gallery. Tokyo, Japan. 2008.
Kambayashi, Yutaka and Michitaka Ota, eds.  Hokkaido.  Rat Hole Gallery. Tokyo, Japan. 2008.
Kaneko, Ryuichi and Ivan Vartanian.  Japanese photobooks of the 1960s and '70s.  Aperture. New York, New York. 2009.
Record No.11.  Nagasawa Publishing. Tokyo, Japan. 2009.
Light & Shadow.  Kodansha Ltd. Tokyo, Japan. 2009.
Stuhlmann, Andreas C., transl.  Record No.12.  Akio Nagasawa Publishing. Tokyo, Japan. 2009.
Northern.  Tosho Shimbun. Tokyo, Japan. 2009.
Northern Press.  Miyanomori Art Museum. Sapporo, Japan. 2009.
Buenos Aires.  (revised edition) Kodansha Ltd. Tokyo, Japan. 2009.
São Paulo.  (revised edition) Kodansha Ltd. Tokyo, Japan. 2009.
Japan, A Photo Theater - Magazine Works.  Getsuyosha. Tokyo, Japan. 2009.
A Journey to Something - Magazine Works.  Getsuyosha. Tokyo, Japan. 2009.
Record No.13.  Akio Nagasawa Publishing. Tokyo, Japan. 2009.
Daido Moriyama: The World Through My Eyes.  Skira. Milan, Italy. 2010.
Nakaji.  Kodansha Ltd. Tokyo, Japan. 2010.
Record No.14.  Akio Nagasawa Publishing. Tokyo, Japan. 2010.
Nagisa.  Akio Nagasawa Publishing. Tokyo, Japan. 2010.
Record No.15.  Akio Nagasawa Publishing. Tokyo, Japan. 2010.
Record No.16.  Akio Nagasawa Publishing. Tokyo, Japan. 2010.
Record No.17.  Akio Nagasawa Publishing. Tokyo, Japan. 2010.
The Tropics.  Kodansha Ltd. Tokyo, Japan. 2010.
Tsugaru.  Taka Ishii Gallery. Tokyo, Japan. 2010.
Motoo, Hisako, ed.; Satoshi Machiguchi, art director; Simon Baker, essay.  Daido Moriyama: Auto-Portrait.  MMM label No.1. MATCH and Company Co., Ltd. 2010.
Record No.19.  Akio Nagasawa Publishing. Tokyo, Japan. 2011.
Record No.20.  Akio Nagasawa Publishing. Tokyo, Japan. 2011.
Barker, Elizabeth, foreword.  Re-Inventing Tokyo: Japan's Largest City in the Artistic Imagination.  Amherst College Press. Amherst, Massachusetts. 2012.
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