Ionian Sea, Santa Cesara, 1990, #343

Framed lithograph print


Tri-toned offset litograph, mounted on card
Blind-stamped titled, dated, and numbered on mount recto
Image size: 24.1 x 31.1 cm
Mount size: 35 x 46.4 cm
Edition of 500

Only 1 Available

Photographer and multi-disciplinary contemporary artist, Hiroshi Sugimoto (Japanese, b. 1948) is known for blurring the lines between photography, painting, installation and architecture. To craft his exquisite black-and-white images, Sugimoto uses a 19th-century-style, large-format camera. To Sugimoto, photography is a method for preserving and modelling time. Influenced by Surrealism and Dada, he has often explored the illusory properties of photography which find perfect expression in the series of Seascapes (1980– ). Using long exposures to create eerie scenes with unnatural lighting, Sugimoto transforms the seascapes into images near to total abstractions, which are then coupled with specific geographic titles.

This limited edition print is an offset lithograph from Sugimoto’s celebrated series, originally published by the Kyoto Shoin Co, Ltd, in 1991. The print is book-mounted and sits in a beautiful black-stained Ash frame. Please allow 3 – 4 weeks for framing and shipping. Other works from Sugimoto are available, to see a wider selection please contact us: info@atlasgallery.com.

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