Iconic Photos by Daido Moriyama, Tim Walker & More to Display in NYC

A selection of museum-quality visuals at the AIPAD Art Fair.

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London-based Michael Hoppen Gallery will present a selection of fine art photography during the 39th edition of The Photography Show in New York City’s Pier 94. Works by iconic Japanese photographer Daido Moriyama, influential fashion photographer Tim Walker, and more multifaceted photo-based artists will be presented at the gallery’s booth throughout the AIPAD-organized festival during April 4-7.

Highlights include a series of multiple introspective portraits by radical Japanese photographer Masahisa Fukase, street photography by Irish photographer Eamon Doyle, and nude self-portraits by London-based art photographer, Polly Penrose.

View select works above and then head over to Michael Hoppen Gallery’s website to learn more. For more details on the upcoming fair, visit AipadShow.com.

For other visually-arresting works, check out teamLab’s monumental exhibition at TANK Shanghai.

Pier 94
711 12th Ave
New York, NY 10019

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