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Daidō Moriyama

‘Ican’t photograph anything without a city… For me, cities are enormous bodies of people’s desires and as I search for my own desires with them, I slice into time, seeing the moment.’

Daido Moriyama appears to be an eloquent but gritty monochrome street specialist, following in the footsteps of some

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