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sugimoto: the undecidability of seascapes

Searching for the Lacanian Real within the frames of Hiroshi Sugimoto’s Seascapes (1980-2002) is as quixotic as the transubstantiation of the same through language. In his photographs nothing deviates from the studium.  1,433 more words

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The One Named Joey

There is one named Joey who pulls himself around by his feet, his head lolled back in his moving chair …

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like a hunched man who never sees the sky he stares at the ceiling never seeing the floor … 277 more words

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Time exposed

Hiroshi Sugimoto, Revolution 002, 1990, N. Atlantic Ocean, Newfoundland, Gelatin silver print, 94 x 47″, © 2012 Hiroshi Sugimoto.

[W]hen reality is folded over to cover the ideal of which we have so long been dreaming, it completely hides that ideal, absorbing it in itself, as when two geometrical figures that are congruent are made to coincide, so that there is but one, whereas we would rather, so as to give its full significance to our enjoyment, preserve for all those separate points of our desire, at the very moment in which we succeed in touching them, and so as to be quite certain that they are indeed themselves, the distinction of being intangible.

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"Still Life" Hiroshi Sugimoto

Pace Gallery has organized a photo exhibition of Hiroshi Sugimoto, a Japanese photographer (b. 1948 in Tokyo) “Still Life” which is part of Dioramas series, which takes place at 6 Burlington Gardens next to the Royal Academy of Arts. 397 more words

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Observing Sugimoto

Last night, I had the glorious opportunity to attend the opening of Hiroshi Sugimoto: Still Life at the Pace Gallery here in London. A chance to see Sugimoto’s work is always an opportunity one should take as his photos are not only aesthetically gorgeous, but his concepts and thinking behind each series is equally just as fascinating. 43 more words

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Photographer Research 2: Hiroshi Sugimoto

Born in Tokyo, Japan, 1948 Hiroshi Sugimoto was interested in art at a young age. Now living and working in New York and Tokyo his career began with his discovery of Surrealism and Dada. 323 more words

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