Hiroshi Sugimoto at Pace: While I love so many of his earlier photograph series - I would walk through fire for one of this movie theatre pieces, I’m beginning to wonder if he’s just recycling his greatest hits. Here’s a “Five-Element Pagoda” from his current show at Pace - really small, about 6” high. Each shape represents one of the elements to make this stupa/pagoda-like shape. The sphere holds a small image from his mighty Seascape series. Bit of a yawn.

Hiroshi Sugimoto at Pace: While I love so many of his earlier photograph series - I would walk through fire for one of this movie theatre pieces, I’m beginning to wonder if he’s just recycling his greatest hits. Here’s a “Five-Element Pagoda” from his current show at Pace - really small, about 6” high. Each shape represents one of the elements to make this stupa/pagoda-like shape. The sphere holds a small image from his mighty Seascape series. Bit of a yawn.

Hiroshi Sugimoto at Pace: While I love so many of his earlier photograph series - I would walk through fire for one of this movie theatre pieces, I’m beginning to wonder if he’s just recycling his greatest hits. Here’s a “Five-Element Pagoda” from his current show at Pace - really small, about 6” high. Each shape represents one of the elements to make this stupa/pagoda-like shape. The sphere holds a small image from his mighty Seascape series. Bit of a yawn.

Hiroshi Sugimoto at Pace: While I love so many of his earlier photograph series - I would walk through fire for one of this movie theatre pieces, I’m beginning to wonder if he’s just recycling his greatest hits. Here’s a “Five-Element Pagoda” from his current show at Pace - really small, about 6” high. Each shape represents one of the elements to make this stupa/pagoda-like shape. The sphere holds a small image from his mighty Seascape series. Bit of a yawn.

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