WILLIAM KLEIN AND DAIDO MORIYAMA AT TATE MODERN

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A look at New York and Tokyo through the photographs of William Klein and Daido Moriyama. This is the first exhibition to look at the relationship between the work of influential photographer and filmmaker Klein, and that of Moriyama, the most celebrated photographer to emerge from the Japanese Provoke movement of the 1960s.

Running from 10th October 2012-20th January 2013

William Klein Candy Store, New York, 1955

Daido Moriyama  Yokosuka (Small Colour Portfolio) 1970/1999

 

2 Responses to “WILLIAM KLEIN AND DAIDO MORIYAMA AT TATE MODERN”

  1. Kimberley

    Went to see this exhibition recently to aid my photography studies and I’m candid in saying I was left awestruck. The narratives these pieces of art – and not just the photographs – tell are monumental, and I would genuinely urge anyone and everyone to go and see the exhibition for rich insight into another culture!

  2. Imogen

    I love this. It reminds me of a contemporary take of “Love on the Left Bank”, have you heard of it? Great documentary photography that would look amazing with some modern twist…….

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