Cahiers d'Art celebrates the 100th issue of the revue with Hiroshi Sugimoto.
The issue, a true tribute to Sugimoto, is rooted in The World is Dead Today, a story written by Sugimoto for his exhibition at the Palais de Tokyo (2015), in which his photographic works are juxtaposed against his eclectic antiques collection recounting the end of modernity.
Issue No.1 2014 is a rare opportunity to see unpublished works reproduced at the highest standard.
Serpentine Gallery co-director Hans Ulrich Obrist interviewed Sugimoto for the issue and Akiko Miki, Chief Curator, Palais de Tokyo, has contributed an important text on the artist’s work.
Hiroshi Sugimoto was born in Japan in 1948. A photographer since the 1970s, his work deals with history and temporal existence by investigating themes of time, empiricism, and metaphysics. His primary series include: Seascapes, Theaters, Dioramas, Portraits (of Madame Tussaud’s wax figures), Architecture, Colors of Shadow, Conceptual Forms and Lightning Fields. Sugimoto has received a number of grants and fellowships, and his work is held in the collections of the Tate Gallery, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, and the Metropolitan Museum of New York, among many others.
Cahiers d'Art is pleased to present the Limited Edition of Cahiers d'Art No. 1, 2014, dedicated to Hiroshi Sugimoto.
Presented in an embossed yellow linen box, designed by the artist, this special edition of the Cahiers d'Art revue, limited to 25 signed and numbered copies in English and 25 signed and numbered copies in French, features the artist's recent work, Marchel Duchamp, Bicycle Wheel, 2014 as a special cover, unique to the Limited Edition.