Photographs by Hiroshi Sugimoto

Indiana University’s Art Museum features fifteen black-and-white photos by world renowned photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto in the exhibit, “Transcendent.”

Curator, Nan Brewer describes Sugimoto’s artistic style.

“The exhibition is called ‘Transcendent’ because I was struck when looking at these works how he’s interested in the passage through time and space as well as from various physical states: from air to water; or even spiritual states: from heavenly to earthly. And he seems to like showing more than just one moment in time, but depicting in some ways a sequence of time in one image.”

The exhibit is on display daily at the IU Art Museum until May 10th.

Listen to Yaël Ksander’s interview with Nan Brewer.

Erica Hunter

WFIU Arts and Culture Reporter

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