HC, 29 x 32 cm., in a slipcase -1st. ed.
Sonnabend Sundell 2000
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Alongside 96 plates of images, this book features an essay by Professor Hans Belting, a statement by Hiroshi Sugimoto, a biography, a bibliography and an index. The images were scanned and separated using quadratone separation on Mohawk Superfine Smooth 100lb text. The cover was silk-screened with day-glo ink and then matte film laminated. Smithsewn bound with a specially designed slipcase, the book was designed and created by Matsumoto Incorporated, New York.
"The simplest forms have authority, like a blank white light. And how do you photograph that? You need a framework to make it visible. But this is not simply white light; it is the result of too much information." Hiroshi Sugimoto -