Based on the retrospective exhibition organized by the Andalusian Centre of Contemporary Art in Seville in March 2007, this interesting book provides a fresh look at the work of Japanese photographer Daido Moriyama.Visionary relentless fragmented postmodern world, Moriyama is famous for its raw images of urban life and the transformation that makes the everyday. The black and white photographs, high contrast and unexpected angles, illustrate various periods of his career. The attractiveness of images plus cover art, the work of prominent Japanese designer Tadanori Yokoo.Apart from a brief introduction by José Lebrero Stals and an insightful essay by Minoru Shimizu, including two movingMoriyama own texts.