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  • Provenance

    Acquired directly from the artist

  • Exhibited


    Hiroshi Sugimoto, Tokyo, Mori Art Museum, 17 September, 2005 – 9 January 2006, (there another example exhibited) and Washington, D.C., Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington D.C., 16 February – 14 May, 2006, (there another example exhibited)

  • Literature


    Hatje Cantz, Hiroshi Sugimoto, exh. cat., 2005

  • Artist Biography

    Hiroshi Sugimoto

    Japanese • 1948

    Hiroshi Sugimoto's work examines the concepts of time, space and the metaphysics of human existence through breathtakingly perfect images of theaters, mathematical forms, wax figures and seascapes. His 8 x 10 inch, large-format camera and long exposures give an almost eerie serenity to his images, treating the photograph as an ethereal time capsule and challenging its associations of the 'instant.' 

    In his famed Seascapes, Sugimoto sublimely captures the nature of water and air, sharpening and blurring the elements together into a seamless, formless entity.  This reflection of the human condition and its relationship with time follows through his exploration of historical topics and timeless beauty as he uniquely replicates the world around us.

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Hall of thirty-three bays

1995
Gelatin silver print.
42.2 x 54.3 cm (16 5/8 x 21 3/8 in).
Signed in pencil on the mount. Numbered 3/25 011 with blindstamp in the margin.

Estimate
£6,000 - 8,000 

Sold for £10,625

Photographs

17 May 2008, 5pm
London