I look at a photograph I took 30 years ago, and of course it talks to the particular moment when it occurred, but that time in the past also links to this time in the present. Now the past takes on new meaning
"No. By the very nature of photography, that's impossible," he answers. "But in my photographs, I do try to present what I see and my way of looking at things at eye-level. At least, I can present a non-hierarchical way of looking at that scene, even if I can't truly be in it."
Fracture: Daido Moriyama
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
5905 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles