Tuesday, June 16, 2009
Hiroshi Sugimoto at LACMA
So I've been taking a break from blogging (and reading blogs) while in Madrid for PhotoEspana and will be taking it up again upon my return next week, but I wanted to make sure to post about a temporary show now open to the public at LACMA. I posted about them when they were only on view for staff and collectors committee members but now (I'm not sure for how long, so get on it right quick) Hiroshi Sugimoto's Henry VIII and His Six Wives “portraits”are on view for everyone to enjoy.
They're stunning and you owe it to yourself to see them, if only to observe the amazing presentation of them in the gallery. Charlotte Cotton recently posted about their installation over on LACMA's blog.
Posted by J. Wesley Brown at 6:06 AM