"My camera is like a time machine” confessed Hiroshi Sugimoto, the Japanese photographer, who, since the 1970s, has been radically rethinking and expanding the medium. Known for creating large-format, black-and-white images, Sugimoto’s works appear to freeze time as a means to investigate humanity in a deeper, metaphysical sense. In his own words, his work is an attempt to capture “the essence of time itself”...

Read the full interview with curator Ralph Rugoff on AnOther Magazine.

Hiroshi Sugimoto at Hayward Gallery

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