Hiroshi Sugimoto

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 But when I was in Japan I saw craftsmen making a bamboo fence leaving in twigs, and bits to create pattern, but tied in with regularity. Bamboo broom hedge, designed by Hiroshi Sugimoto

HOUSE VISIONの画像

photo by Hiroshi Sugimoto - great inspiration for a all-ink painting

Hiroshi Sugimoto, Barragan House, 2002 gelatin-silver print, X Japanese Photography, Abstract Photography, Artistic Photography, Fine Art Photography, Photography Series, Architectural Photography, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Zen, Gelatin Silver Print

Research: Hiroshi Sugimoto

For my final research post, I've decided to write about another favourite photographer of mine, Hiroshi Sugimoto. I first came across his wo...

Photo by Hiroshi Sugimoto

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Hiroshi Sugiomoto "Queen Elizabeth I (waxwork)" photograph 1999 History Of Photography, Fine Art Photography, Portrait Photography, Japanese Photography, Contemporary Photography, Catherine Parr, Catherine Of Aragon, Isabel I, Classic Photographers

Sugimoto's History Lesson

. Sugimoto rekindles the dialogue between painting and the medium of mechanical reproduction. Sugimoto isolated wax figures from staged vignettes in waxworks museums, posed them in three-quarter-length view, and illuminated them to create haunting Rembrandt-esque portraits of historical figures, such as Henry VIII, Napoleon Bonaparte, Fidel Castro, and Princess Diana. His painterly renditions, lush with detail, recall the various paintings from which the wax figures were originally drawn…

Paramount, Oakland by Hiroshi Sugimoto, born on February is a Japanese photographer currently dividing his time between Tokyo, Japan and New York City Amazing Photography, Art Photography, Contemporary Photography, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Medium Art, Black And White, Total Black, Theatre, Modern Photographers

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The Isolation Diary is a gentle meditation on mental health and the value of human companionship amid the COVID-19 crisis. The final project is presented in the form of a visual diary, combining photography and text as if the viewer were reading a very intimate, private journal. Returning in March from a six-month commission in London to isolate with my girlfriend Rosie, I faced almost no employment or income, and like many across the country, this crisis hit hard, causing feelings of worry…