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Hiroshi Sugimoto – Seascapes
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Hiroshi Sugimoto – Seascapes

by Atelier EXB

60,00

Seascapes brings together for the first time the entire series with a large number of previously unpublished photographs. For over thirty years, Sugimoto has traveled the world photographing the seas. From light to dark, the seascapes overflow the frame, the surface of the water changes from a sea of oil to a few discreet eddies, from dull to iridescent. Presented sometimes in the form of triptychs, we observe the horizon line dissolve little by little creating true abstract paintings where the sea and the sky merge into a single entity.

An exclusive text by Munesuke Mita, professor of sociology at the University of Tokyo, accompanies this journey and sheds light on Sugimoto’s approach by examining contemporary art in the light of history and sociology.

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SKU: FIS-BOK-106 Category:
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Co-Publishers: Atelier EXB & Damiani
Texte: Munesuke Mita
Format: 25 x 28 cm
Pages: 274/small>
215 photographs B&W including 46 exclusives
Hardcover with dust jacket

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Dimensions 25 × 28 cm

Atelier EXB

Atelier EXB / Éditions Xavier Barral publient des ouvrages abordant les formes nouvelles de la photographie, de l'art contemporain et des sciences. Fondée en 2002 par Xavier Barral, la maison d'édition conçoit chacun livre où le fond et la forme racontent une histoire étonnante et singulière.

Susciter la curiosité par l'image et faire découvrir des écritures artistiques, des sujets propres à notre histoire. L'exigence esthétique et la philosophie réunissent et font se croiser de nombreux artistes et auteurs du monde entier tels que Valérie Belin, Daniel Buren, Sophie Calle, Clément Chéroux, asphalte Dallaporta, Raymond Depardon, Masahisa Fukase, Rinko Kawauchi, William Kentridge, Josef Koudlka, Sergio Larrain, Erik Orsenna, Alberto Manguel, Annette Messager, Martin Parr, Eric Reinhardt, Hiroshi Sugimoto et Jeff Wall.