U.A. Walker, New York & Limited Edition Theaters Book
U.A. Walker, New York & Limited Edition Theaters Book
U.A. Walker, New York & Limited Edition Theaters Book
U.A. Walker, New York & Limited Edition Theaters Book
U.A. Walker, New York & Limited Edition Theaters Book
U.A. Walker, New York & Limited Edition Theaters Book
U.A. Walker, New York & Limited Edition Theaters Book
U.A. Walker, New York & Limited Edition Theaters Book

Contained in Original Aluminum Slipcase
Packed in Original Cardboard White Carton

Theaters, New York, 2000
Limited Edition Theaters Book
Titled on Spine
224 pages; 96 plates
12 x 11 inches
Includes Essay by Professor Hans Belting & Statement by Sugimoto
Book Not Numbered and Not Signed
In Publisher's shrink wrap
In original aluminum box as published
Packed in original cardboard box with silver cover

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Signature: Hand Signed in pencil by Hiroshi Sugimoto lower right recto In Publisher's custom-made, piano-hinged, brushed Aluminum case Specific numbered impression of 1,000 printed on white card, inside the Aluminum slipcase.

Publisher: Sonnabend Sundell Editions and Eyestorm.com, 2000

About Hiroshi Sugimoto

To craft his exquisite black-and-white images, Hiroshi Sugimoto uses a 19th-century-style, large-format camera, exploring his idea of photography as a method for preserving and modeling time. “Endeavors in art are…mere approximations, efforts to render visible unseen realms,” he says. Influenced by Surrealism and Dada, Sugimoto's work is intimately connected to Marcel Duchamp, as in his series "Conceptual Forms" (2004), (inspired by Duchamp's The Large Glass, 1923), large-scale black-and-white photographs of mathematical models and tools. Ongoing subjects include dioramas, theaters, Buddhist sculptures, and seascapes—the latter captured in a famous series of near-abstractions, coupled with specific geographic titles. A supreme craftsman, Sugimoto often varies the length of exposure to achieve tonal richness, as in “Joe” (2006), photographs of Richard Serra’s works that function as visual memories more than documentation. “I imagine my vision then try to make it happen, just like painting,” he says. “The reality is there, but how to make it like my reality.”

Japanese, b. 1948, Tokyo, Japan, based in New York, New York

Exhibition Highlights On Artsy

2016
Hiroshi Sugimoto - Black Box, Foam Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam, Amsterdam
2016
Hiroshi Sugimoto: Remains to Be Seen, Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco
2016
Hiroshi Sugimoto: Sea of Buddha, Pace Gallery, New York
2014
Hiroshi Sugimoto, Cahiers d'Art, Paris
2014
Leap into the Void, Axel Vervoordt Gallery, Antwerp

Solo Shows on Artsy

2016
Hiroshi Sugimoto - Black Box, Foam Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam, Amsterdam
2016
Hiroshi Sugimoto: Remains to Be Seen, Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco
2016
Hiroshi Sugimoto: Sea of Buddha, Pace Gallery, New York
2014
Hiroshi Sugimoto, Cahiers d'Art, Paris
2014
Leap into the Void, Axel Vervoordt Gallery, Antwerp
2011
Rodin - Sugimoto, Gagosian Gallery, Paris

Group Shows on Artsy

2016
Recent acquisitions Fall 2016, Ludorff, Duesseldorf
2016
Photography Reinvented: The Collection of Robert E. Meyerhoff and Rheda Becker, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., Washington
2016
Make Light of It, Pace/MacGill Gallery, New York
2016
Summer Salon II, The Front Gallery, Edmonton
2016
Nobuyoshi Araki / Hiroshi Sugimoto, Ben Brown Fine Arts, Hong Kong
2015
Callahan, Dawid, Sugimoto, Pace/MacGill Gallery, New York
2015
MAI 36 SHOWROOM, Mai 36 Galerie, Zürich
2015
Highlights from the Architecture + Design Collection, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), San Francisco
2014
Multi Panel, Pace/MacGill Gallery, New York
View Artist's CV