17 October 2009
Hiroshi Sugimoto (B. 1948)
Winnetika Drive-In, Paramount
signed 'Hiroshi Sugimoto' (on the mount) and blind stamped with the title, date and number, WINNETIKA DRIVE IN PARAMOUNT 1993 6/25 711' (at the lower margin)
gelatin silver print
20 x 24in. (50.8 x 60.7cm.)
Executed in 1993, this work is number six from an edition of twenty-five
Sonnabend Gallery, New York.
Blains Fine Art, London.
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Motion Picture by Sugimoto, exh. cat., Lacarno, Galleria SPSAS, August-September 1995, (another from the edition illustrated, unpaged).
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