September 12
Hiroshi Sugimoto is one of the most significant Japanese artists to emerge in the last thirty years. In his photographic series, as well as his experiments with sculptural objects, architecture, and exhibition design, he attempts to highlight and expand our perception of such abstract qualities as time, light, space, movement, spirit, and even the nature of reality itself. As David Elliott and Ned Rifkin explain in the exhibition catalogue for Hiroshi Sugimoto: End of Time, the artist "creates intense visual experiences that challenge traditional notions of photography and perception." For Tuesday Evenings, Sugimoto graciously offers insight into the brilliantly compelling work found in the Modern's special exhibition of his work.
He'll be lecturing on the 12th of September, but (and this is 100% ridiculuous) his exhibition doesn't open until the 17th of September.

Fort Worth Museum of Modern Art