The exhibition, which takes place on the ground floor of the Cartier Foundation, features approximately 90 large-format prints of Daido Moriyama's photographs as well as a selection of projected black and white images. Moriyama's main subject is the city, especially the city of Tokyo. Echoing the images of the photographer, who often plays on the superimposition of shots and transparency, the scenography makes the walls disappear to present the images on a light concrete structure that deploys itself in the space. The exhibition area has been transformed into a labyrinth inhabited exclusively by images, inviting the visitors to stroll.
temporary exhibition organized by the Cartier Foundation, Paris
curators: Hervé Chandes, Alexis Fabre
exhibition design: bgc studio
lighting: Gelatic, Gerald Karlikow