DAIDO MORIYAMA

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Unusual Project / Daido Moriyama
Making a definitive declaration of intent or meaning kills the photograph.
— Daido Moriyama
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When I take photographs, my body inevitably enters a trancelike state. Briskly weaving my way through the avenues, every cell in my body becomes as sensitive as radar, responsive to the life of the streets... If I were to give it words, I would say: “I have no choice... I have to shoot this... I can’t leave this place for another’s eyes... I have to shoot it... I have no choice.” An endless, murmuring refrain.
— Daido Moriyama
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For me, photography is not a means by which to create beautiful art, but a unique way of encountering genuine reality.
— Daido Moriyama
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