Moriyama, Daidō, 1938-Alternative names
Moriyama, Daido. Japanese Photographer. Born: Osaka, 1938. Education: Studied design at the Municipal High School of Industrial Arts, Osaka; and studied photography under Takeji Iwayima, Osaka, and Eikoh Hosoe, Tokyo, 1960-63. Career: Worked as a graphic designer in Tokyo, 1958-63. Freelance photographer, Tokyo, since 1963. Member, Vivo group of photographers, Tokyo. Recipient: Most Promising Photographer Award, Japan Photography Critics Association, 1967.
From the description of Daido Moriyama : Artist File. (International Center of Photography). WorldCat record id: 700943691
The Japanese photographer Daidō Moriyama founded Workshop Photography School (1974-1976) along with Eikō Hosoe, Nobuyoshi Araki, and other photographers of the post-World War II generation. After the school closed, Moriyama and several of his students established CAMP gallery (1976-1984).
From the description of Moriyama Daidō to 16 nin no otokotachi. 1976. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 698461982
- Documentary photography
- Japan (as recorded)