Daido Moriyama
Zushi, ca. 1970

Artwork Info

Artwork title
Artist name
Daido Moriyama
Date created
ca. 1970
gelatin silver print
8 in. × 10 in. (20.32 cm × 25.4 cm)
Date acquired
Collection SFMOMA
Accessions Committee Fund purchase
© Daido Moriyama
Permanent URL
Artwork status
Not on view at this time.

Photographer Daido Moriyama reflects on the essence of his medium, his appreciation for the Pop artist Andy Warhol, and his process for capturing the world around him. He recounts the origin of his photograph Misawa (1971) and how the stray dog it depicts became emblematic of his career.

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