An icon of street photography in his native Japan and worldwide, Daido Moriyama, now 75, personally designed the eccentric hanging of this retrospective (1967-present). Many pictures are mounted edge to edge, some in two long, wall-wrapping bands, one above the other. Some are blown up into large silkscreens on canvas. Grainy black-and-white shots (cities by night, sexy thighs in fishnet stockings making modernist abstractions) mingle here with discomfiting color images (a high-heel shoe with a blood-smeared insole) and some of the most memorable photographic images of the postwar era, including the nightmarish Stray Dog (1971). Moriyama, who has produced 150 books and 100 solo exhibitions, shows no sign of going soft or staid; indeed, this survey is a visual challenge to artists one-third his age.