Fans of Daido Moriyama in London should not miss the ongoing Hamiltons Gallery exhibit featuring silkscreens of his gritty street photography. Read on for the show details!
Anyone interested in street photography will never miss the monochrome shots of esteemed Japanese photographer Daido Moriyama, snapped in his signature, gritty style. If you’re in London (or will be in the coming weeks) and would like to see the influential photographer’s works up close, you’re in luck! Hamiltons Gallery has been running an exhibit showcasing sixteen of his photographs which were selected by gallery owner Tim Jeffries from Moriyama’s extensive portfolio. Each photo was silkscreened on canvas exclusively for the gallery.
If you would like to drop by the exhibit, here are the details you need to take note of:
7 November – 20 December 2013
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