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Hiroshi Sugimoto

Helicoid Minimal Surface


Gelatin silver print

Edition 1 of 25

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Hiroshi Sugimoto (Japanese, b. 1948).

Hiroshi Sugimoto’s series, Conceptual Forms, features a selection of black and white photographs of mathematical models, as well as mechanical machine tools. This photograph is of a plaster model created in the 1880s to provide university students with a visual understanding of complex trigonometric functions. Sugimoto was inspired by the sophisticated beauty he saw in these objects originally created for a purely functional purpose. Custom wood frame with black finish and Schott glass as specified by the artist.

This piece is final sale and not eligible for return. 

Height: 23 inches / 58.42 cm
Width: 18.5 inches / 46.99 cm
Frame Height: 33.5 inches / 85.09 cm
Frame Width: 28.5 inches / 72.39 cm
Frame Depth: 1.5 inches / 3.81 cm

Signed in front under the mat on the right side.

Condition Report

Excellent condition.

Art Period
Conceptual Art


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