by (SUGIMOTO, HIROSHI). Friis-Hansen, Dana & Atsuo Yasuda. Introduction by Maria Morris Hambourg
(SUGIMOTO, HIROSHI). Friis-Hansen, Dana & Atsuo Yasuda. Introduction by Maria Morris Hambourg. SUGIMOTO. Houston, TX & Tokyo: Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston & Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, 1995. First Edition. 4to. Debossed Cloth in Dust Jacket. Photography Monograph. Fine/Fine. 96pp, 36 tritone illustrations. Text in English. Designed by Katy Homans. With an exhibition checklist, biography, bibliography and exhibition history. This is the lovely catalogue published in conjunction with a traveling 1995 Hiroshi Sugimoto exhibition of day and night seascapes as well as the "Hall of Thirty-Three Bays" series that was circulated by the Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston and Tokyo's Hara Museum of Contemporary Art. A brand new, most handsome example of the hardbound edition of this uncommon item. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight and value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. 0-936080-40-X Inventory Number: 018971
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