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SIGNED. First edition, first printing. NEW hardcover in dust jacket with a small pattern of light indentations to the front. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. 400 pages; 11.25 x 10.5 inches. SIGNED BY SUGIMOTO. Genius of the large-format camera, the long exposure and the silver print, Hiroshi Sugimoto has made pictures that seem to contain whole aeons of time within themselves, and suggest an infinite palette of tonal wealth in blacks, grays and whites. This exquisite retrospective is an expanded edition of Hatje Cantz's 2005 volume. It is the first to feature works from all of Sugimoto's series to date: his portraits of wax figures, his seascapes, the extremely long exposures of theaters which elevate the white, luminescent cinema screen and transform it into a magical image of an altar and the dioramas of scientific display cases. Additions to the original edition are two new groups of works, "Lightning Fields" and "Photogenic Drawings". Due to size and weight, international and expedited shipping will be more than quoted.
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Edition: First Edition; First thus. 400 p. In English. Signed by Sugimoto on the half title in silver ink. Fine in Fine dust jacket. An excellent copy. A collection of the Japanese photographer's work, with two essays on his work and an autobiographical introduction by the photographer.
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