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    • JOSEF SUDEK

    • JOSEF SUDEK: Portraits


    • Farova, Anna, Jan Rezac, Radim Kopac and Josef Moucha. JOSEF SUDEK: Portraits. 96 pp., 86 color photos. 4to, cloth. Prague, Torst, 2007.


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    • JOSEF SUDEK

    • JOSEF SUDEK: Mionsi Forest


    • Dufek, Antonin, et al. JOSEF SUDEK: Mionsi Forest. 84 pages, roughly 75 color plates. 4to, cloth. Torst, 2009.
      This volume is the first to present a comprehensive set of Sudek's Romantic (not to mention spooky) photographs of the Mionsí Forest, the ruins surrounding Hukvaldy castle, and the foothills of the Beskids. Text in English.


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    • JOSEF SUDEK

    • Karluv Most ve Fotografii


    • SUDEK, JOSEF (photographs) and Emanuel Poche. Karlùv Most ve Fotografii. 43 pages text, with 160 b&w plates. Folio, cloth. Praha, Statni Nakladatelstvi Krasne Literatury a Umeni, 1961.
      Text in Czech.


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    • JOSEF SUDEK

    • JOSEF SUDEK: The Legacy of a Deeper Vision


    • Sutnik, Maia-Mari (editor) et al. JOSEF SUDEK: The Legacy of a Deeper Vision. 288 pages, illustrated throughout in b&w and color. 4to, cloth. Munich, Hirmer, 2012.
      Exhibition in Toronto.


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    • JOSEF SUDEK

    • JOSEF SUDEK: Still Lifes


    • Tomes, Jan Marius. JOSEF SUDEK: Still Lifes. Unpaginated, 68 b&w photographs and 3 b&w figures. 4to, cloth. Prague, Torst, 2008.
      From the mid-1920s until his death in 1976, Czech photographer Joseph Sudek shot Gothic and Baroque architecture, street scenes and still lifes. The still lifes are the best known aspect of his oeuvre; this volume is the first in-depth study of this often iconic images.


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    • HIROSHI SUGIMOTO

    • SUGIMOTO Portraits


    • Bashkoff, Tracey, Nancy Spector et al. SUGIMOTO Portraits. 170 pp., roughly 75 b&w plates and numerous text figures. 4to, wraps. New York, Guggenheim Museum Publications in association with Harry N. Abrams, 2000.
      Published to accompany an exhibition of commissioned work for the Deutsche Guggenheim Berlin, this new series presents life-size portraits of historical figures photographed in wax museums.


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    • HIROSHI SUGIMOTO

    • SUGIMOTO: Architecture


    • Bonami, Francesco (editor). SUGIMOTO: Architecture. Text by Bonami, Marco de Michelis and John Yau; 168 pp., roughly 70 b&w plates. 4to, cloth. Chicago, Museum of Contemporary Art, and New York, DAP, 2003.
      This book contains work from series Sugimoto has been making of icons of modern architecture. His intentionally diffuse images are an attempt to remove the everyday context from these buildings and restore the imaginative element that was present when the architect first drew up the plans.


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    • HIROSHI SUGIMOTO

    • HIROSHI SUGIMOTO


    • Chiba. Chiba City Museum of Art. HIROSHI SUGIMOTO. 53 pages, including 18 b&w plates. 8vo, cloth. 1996.


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    • HIROSHI SUGIMOTO

    • SUGIMOTO


    • Los Angeles. Museum of Contemporary Art. SUGIMOTO. Introduction by Kerry Brougher; roughly 30 b&w plates. Oblong 4to, wraps. 1993.
      First edition.


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    • HIROSHI SUGIMOTO

    • Joe [HIROSHI SUGIMOTO]


    • Foer, Johathan Safran (text) and HIROSHI SUGIMOTO (photographs). Joe. 88 pp., 40 b&w plates. Folio , cloth. Saint Louis, The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts, in association with Munich, London, New York, Prestel Publishing, 2006.
      Sugimoto's pictures in this book capture the elliptical nature of Serra's piece, a torqued spiral called "Joe", which is located in a small courtyard at the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts in St. Louis. His images are complemented by a prose poem written by Jonathan Safran Foer about an "average Joe" experiencing the circular passage of time, which echoes, without directly referencing, Serra's sculpture.


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    • HIROSHI SUGIMOTO

    • HIROSHI SUGIMOTO: Nature of Light


    • Shimizu, Minoru, and Larry J. Schaaf. HIROSHI SUGIMOTO: Nature of Light. Includes text by Sugimoto; 154 pages, roughly 30 color and 10 b&w plates. 4to, boards. Shizuoka, Izu Photo Museum and Japan, Nohara, 2009.
      Exhibition at the Izu Photo Museum, Shizuoka, Japan. Text in Japanese and English.


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    • HIROSHI SUGIMOTO

    • SUGIMOTO: The Hasselblad Award 2001


    • Knape, Gunilla and Masashi Ogura. HIROSHI SUGIMOTO: The Hasselblad Award 2001. 46 pp., roughly 20 b&w plates. 4to, wraps. Goteborg, The Hassleblad Center, 2001.


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    • HIROSHI SUGIMOTO

    • SUGIMOTO


    • Cicelyn, Eduardo (editor). SUGIMOTO. CD-ROM. Naples, Museo di Capodimonte, 2004.
      A CD-ROM that accompanies a show of Sugimoto's work at Annali delle Arti, an exhibition in Naples. Works exhibited included seascapes, wax statues, architecture, movie screens, and dioramas.


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    • HIROSHI SUGIMOTO

    • Cahiers d'Art: Issue No. 1, 2014. HIROSHI SUGIMOTO


    • Obrist, Hans Ulrich. Cahiers d'Art: Issue No. 1, 2014. HIROSHI SUGIMOTO. 209 pages, illustrated in color and b&w throughout. 4to, wraps. Paris, Cahiers d'Art, 2014.
      In this 100th issue of the Cahiers d'Art revue, Sugimoto explores the trajectory of modern art into the future with previously unpublished works from 2013, an interview with Hans Ulrich Obrist, his series "The World Died Today..." and numerous essays. A beautifully printed addition to the series.


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    • HIROSHI SUGIMOTO

    • HIROSHI SUGIMOTO: Conceptual Forms


    • Kellian, Thomas et al. HIROSHI SUGIMOTO: Conceptual Forms. 168 pp., 44 b&w and 8 color plates. 4to, cloth. Paris, Fondation Cartier, in association with Paris, Actes Sud, 2004.
      A series of photographs of plaster models made as visual illustrations of complex mathematical concepts and mechanical movements. Text in English and French.


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    • HIROSHI SUGIMOTO

    • HIROSHI SUGIMOTO: Architecture of Time


    • Schneider, Eckhard (editor). HIROSHI SUGIMOTO: Architecture of Time. 120 pp., illustrated in color and b&w. Folio, cloth. Bregenz, Kunsthaus Bregenz in association with Cologne, Buchhandlung Walther Konig, 2002.
      Works from Sugimoto's ongoing series of images of modernist architecture. Published to accompany a travelling exhibition.


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    • HIROSHI SUGIMOTO

    • HIROSHI SUGIMOTO: Theaters


    • Belting, Hans. HIROSHI SUGIMOTO: Theaters. 224 pp., 95 black and white illustrations. 4to, boards in slipcase. New York, Sonnabend Gallery, 2001.



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