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In the exhibition “The Day After,” Hiroshi Sugimoto, a master of film photography, assumes the persona of a wild scientist.

Hiroshi Sugimoto, Devonian Period, 1992  “Fossils work almost the same way as photography…as a record of history. The accumulation of time and history becomes a negative of the image. And this negative comes off, and the fossil is the positive side. This is the same as the action of photography.”  - Hiroshi Sugimoto

Preserving Time: Hiroshi Sugimoto (5)

Hiroshi Sugimoto, Devonian Period, 1992 “Fossils work almost the same way as photography…as a record of history. The accumulation of time and history becomes a negative of the image. And this negative comes off, and the fossil is the positive side. This is the same as the action of photography.” - Hiroshi Sugimoto

Hiroshi Sugimoto, Birds of the Alps (2012), via Pace London  Hiroshi Sugimoto returns to Pace London this month, presenting a new body of work from his long-running Dioramas series, and exploring notions of the fossil as both an artifact and a contemporary object through his cunningly arranged photographs. http://artobserved.com/2015/01/london-hiroshi-sugimoto-still-life-at-pace-london-through-january-24th-2015/#sthash.XSRnT6kb.dpuf

Hiroshi Sugimoto, Birds of the Alps (2012), via Pace London Hiroshi Sugimoto returns to Pace London this month, presenting a new body of work from his long-running Dioramas series, and exploring notions of the fossil as both an artifact and a contemporary object through his cunningly arranged photographs. http://artobserved.com/2015/01/london-hiroshi-sugimoto-still-life-at-pace-london-through-january-24th-2015/#sthash.XSRnT6kb.dpuf

Hiroshi Sugimoto, ‘The Alps’, 1980

Hiroshi Sugimoto, ‘The Alps’, 1980

Emerging Japanese Photographers Part 2

Emerging Japanese Photographers Part 2

I was inspired by all the great work I’ve seen recently coming out of a generation of emerging Japanese photographers

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