|Other titles||Hasselblad Award 2001|
|LC Classifications||TR647 .S895 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||45 p. :|
|Number of Pages||45|
|LC Control Number||2007366913|
Hiroshi Sugimoto. home; News & Event; artworks; site specific arts; Biography; Bibliography; contact. Hiroshi Sugimoto's images freeze time and space, revealing the workings of our own vision, slowing down the act of perception long enough that it becomes a palpable component of his work. His earliest photographs were images of decadent movie palaces built in the 20s and 30s/5. Hiroshi Sugimoto has 47 books on Goodreads with ratings. Hiroshi Sugimoto’s most popular book is Hiroshi Sugimoto. Since , Hiroshi Sugimoto has traveled around the world—from the Arctic Ocean to the Black Sea—to photograph the tranquil horizon line where the sea meets the sky. The series, which includes over black-and-white photographs, is a testament to Sugimoto’s meditative and rigorous effort to capture the earth’s most basic elements.
Caribbean Sea, Jamaica, Ligurian Sea, Saviore, Baltic Sea, Rügen, Water and air. So very commonplace are these substances, they hardly attract attention―and yet they vouchsafe our very existence. The beginnings of life are shrouded in myth: Let there water and air. Living phenomena spontaneously generated from water and air. Hiroshi Sugimoto (born ) began his four-decade-long series Dioramas in , inspired by a trip to the American Museum of Natural History in New York. Surrounded by the museum's elaborate, naturalistic dioramas, Sugimoto realized that the scenes jumped to life when looked at with one eye closed. Recreated forestry and stretches of uninhabited land, wild, crouching animals against painted. Hiroshi Sugimoto Talk & Book Signing at The Strand Tuesday, December 1 from PM, acclaimed photographer and architect Hiroshi Sugimoto will appear in conversation with Darius Himes, International Head of Photographs at Christie’s, at the Strand Bookstore in celebration of Seascapes, Sugimoto's latest collection of photographs published by. Japanese architect and photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto began photographing movie theaters in , capturing decaying, decommissioned theaters, drive-ins, and historic venues in Europe and the United States. Fascinated by the concept of photographing an entire movie in a Brand: Hiroshi Sugimoto.
Aperture, Hardcover in pictorial boards. First Edition. SIGNED by Hiroshi Sugimoto. BOOK CONDITION: New (still sealed in the publisher's shrinkwrap - with an Aperture SIGNED EDITION adhesive to shrinkwrap). Hiroshi Sugimoto has explored ideas of time, empiricism, and metaphysics through a surreal and formalistic approach since the s. Hiroshi Sugimoto was born in Tokyo, Japan, in , and lives and works in New York and Tokyo. His interest in art began early. His reading of André Breton’s writings led to his discovery of Surrealism and Dada and a lifelong connection to the work and philosophy of Marcel ality: Japan. Blind Spot Issue Thirty Two. Vic Muniz, Uta Barth, John Baldessari, Jeff Wall, Hiroshi Sugimoto. Hiroshi Sugimoto Has Hard Thoughts and a Soft Focus In his new book, the photographer reveals the essence of important buildings. In conversation, he has a Author: Roberta Smith.