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Moriyama’s work is epitomised by black and white with shades of grey, in which his high contrast and grainy style often echoes the subject matter. Moriyama emerged onto the photography scene in the mid-1960s, breaking with widely regarded conventions and questioning what constitutes acceptable subject matter. He is attracted to what he describes as “a dim light in a shadowy environment”. Unquestionably difficult to characterisein one way with reference to a single body of work, Moriyama has taken tens of thousands of photographs since the mid-sixties and his complete works include black and white, colour, Polaroids, screenprints, films, installations and silkscreens, as seen in this exhibition.

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