TPG Friday Late: Daido Moriyama

05:00pm - 09:00pm, Fri 17 Nov 2023

Join us for a Moriyama fest full of free activities to celebrate the artists' career

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TPG Friday Late: Daido Moriyama

5:00pm, Fri 17 Nov 2023

Join us for a Moriyama fest full of free activities to celebrate the artists' career

This event is part of our Past Programme

Extended opening hours and free for all.

Join us for a special TPG Friday Late to celebrate Daido Moriyama with exhibition tours, talks, film screenings and a special DJ set by Kengo Oshima

This event is part of our current exhibition: Daido Moriyama: A Retrospective. All activities and exhibition entries will be free and open for everyone during the event. Please note that we're expecting high volumes of visitors throughout the evening and we may need to operate a one in, one out rule at the front door and all activities inside the building if we do reach capacity

DJ set with Kengo Oshima

Location: Café bar

Kengo Oshima is a DJ, producer, musician and sound engineer based in London. Born in Japan, his international repertoire brings eclectic sounds and far-reaching genres from house to world music seamlessly together in his sets as part of a show, tour or residencies he has been involved in over the last 20 years.

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Exhibition tour in English

Location: starting on floor 5

Join TPG Head of Exhibitions Clare Grafik and get a behind the scenes look at Daido Moriyama's retrospective

Clare Grafik is Head of Exhibitions at The Photographers’ Gallery and co-curator, with Susanne Breidenbach, of the Evelyn Hofer exhibition. She has worked in a number of public institutions in London including the Institute of Contemporary Arts, Whitechapel Gallery, Hayward Gallery and National Portrait Gallery. She has originated a range of shows at The Photographers’ Gallery including  ‘The Photographic Object’ (2009), 'Photography & Collage’ (2012) and 'Double Take: Photography & Drawing' (2016).

Film screening of Every Day a Good Day

Location: Floor 3

Every Day a Good Day stars Haru Kuroki, Silver Bear winner at Berlin for The Little House, as Noriko, with the legendary Kilin Kiki as her tea ceremony teacher, and Mikako Tabe as the cousin whose passing interest sends Noriko on a journey into the heart of ‘tea’.

Dir. Tatsuhi Omori, 100 mins, 2018 (with English subtitles), written by Tatsuhi Omori, from an original story by Noriko Morishita

This screening is organised and presented with the help and collaboration of The Japan Foundation London. 

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展示会ツアー (Exhibition tour in Japanese) of Daido Moriyama: A Retrospective

Location: starting on floor 5

Join Keiko Koshihara as they lead a tour of Daido Moriyama's work in Japanese.

Keiko Koshihara is an independent curator based in London. After working for the Singapore Biennale and Yokohama Trienniale, she became a Curatorial Fellow at mima, Middlesbrough, then worked for the Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation before being involved in the launch of a commercial gallery in London, specialised in Japanese contemporary art. She now runs Schema, an art and exhibition consultancy working in the UK and Japan. She holds an MA in Curating Contemporary Art from the RCA.

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