9 November 2011,
Price realised USD 25,000
USD 20,000 - USD 30,000
HIROSHI SUGIMOTO (B. 1948)
Marion Palace, Ohio
signed 'Sugimoto' (on the paper mount) and blindstamped with title, number and date 'Marion Palace Ohio 1980 AP 3/5' (lower margin)
gelatin silver print mounted on paper
18 7/8 x 22¾ in. (47.9 x 57.7 cm.)
Executed in 1980. This work is the third artist's proof from an edition of twenty-five plus five artist's proofs.
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Acquired from the artist
Sonnabend Sundell ed., Hiroshi Sugimoto, Theaters, New York, 2000, p.77 (illustrated).
Locarno, Galleria SPSAS, Sugimoto, August-September 1995 (another example exhibited).
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