This year Daido Moriyama will publish two photo books. One is entitled K, which represents the first character from the Japanese word keikan, meaning scene or scenery. The other book is entitled Pretty Woman, which is a compilation of Moriyama’s street shots on the theme of women.
The Taboo-Breaking Erotica of Toshio Saeki
The master of the 1970s Japanese avant-garde reimagined his most iconic artworks for a limited box set with silkscreen artist Fumie Taniyama.
The Surreal World of Icelandic Twins
The series ‘Eagle and Raven’ by photographer Ariko Inaoka allows its audience to spend seven summers in the daily lives of two sisters.
With Meisa Fujishiro, Tokyo's Nudes Stand Tall
In the series 'Sketches of Tokyo', the photographer revisits the genre by bringing it face to face with the capital's architecture.
The Day the Emperor Became a Regular Japanese Citizen
In the series 'Sunday at Hirohito's', artist Meiro Koizumi illustrates how images can manipulate the collective psychology.
Araki Himself Explains the Masterpieces that Changed History
Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Araki has been taking pictures for more than half a century, constantly taking on new themes and techniques.