13 November 2007
HIROSHI SUGIMOTO (b.1948)
Austrian Post Office Savings Bank, 2001
gelatin silver print
blindstamp numbers '19/25 975' in margin; signed in pencil on mount
23 x 18½in. (58.5 x 47cm.)
With Sonnabend Gallery, New York;
to a private collection, New York;
acquired by present owner.
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Sugimoto: Architecture, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago/D.A.P., 2003, pp.30-31.
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