Photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto at Casa Garriga i Nogués

39 large format works by one of Japan’s most highly respected photographers

Hiroshi Sugimoto is a Japanese photographer who is a resident of New York and one of the most highly respected photographers in his country. His career began with Diorames in 1976, which he followed up with Portraits in 1999. Shortly afterwards, U2 chose his photograph Boden Sea for the cover of their album No Line on the Horizon. His works appears regularly in series and his style can be considered to be minimalist and conceptual. In 2001, he received an international award from the Hasselblad Foundation for his work.

From the 19th of February, you can see this exhibition of his work at Casa Garriga i Nogués in Barcelona. Hiroshi Sugimoto. Black Box is a journey through some of his most important series (39 large format works) divided into 5 large series, Seascapes (1980- ), Portraits (1994-1999), Theaters (1976- ), Diorames (1976-2012) and Lightning Fields (2006-). Hiroshi Sugimoto. Black Box offers us the opportunity to get to know the work of an artist that is working now, using sculpture, architecture, installations and photography, the latter being the field in which he is considered to be one of the leading creators on the international scene.

 

The Photography of Hiroshi Sugimoto at Casa Garriga i Nogués

When: 19 February to 8 May.
Where: Casa Garriga i Nogués.
Price: Not available at this time.
More information available
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Publication date: Wednesday, 17 February 2016
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