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Photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto Captures "Acts of God" | 7x7

Hiroshi Sugimoto’s The Last Supper: Acts of God is a five-panel photograph of a life-size wax reproduction of Leonardo’s The Last Supper.

This exhibition is the first U.S. presentation of Sugimoto’s The Last Supper: Acts of God (1999/2012), a five-panel photograph, more than 24 feet in length. The artist first created this work in 1999, from a life-size wax reproduction of Leonardo’s The Last Supper, which he photographed at a museum in Izu, Japan. In 2012, while the …

Hiroshi Sugimoto, The Last Supper: Acts of God (detail), © Hiroshi Sugimoto, courtesy Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco

This exhibition is the first U.S. presentation of Sugimoto’s The Last Supper: Acts of God (1999/2012), a five-panel photograph, more than 24 feet in length. The artist first created this work in 1999, from a life-size wax reproduction of Leonardo’s The Last Supper, which he photographed at a museum in Izu, Japan. In 2012, while the …

Hiroshi Sugimoto’s The Last Supper: Acts of God is a five-panel photograph of a life-size wax reproduction of Leonardo’s The Last Supper.

This exhibition is the first U.S. presentation of Sugimoto’s The Last Supper: Acts of God (1999/2012), a five-panel photograph, more than 24 feet in length. The artist first created this work in 1999, from a life-size wax reproduction of Leonardo’s The Last Supper, which he photographed at a museum in Izu, Japan. In 2012, while the …

Hiroshi Sugimoto’s The Last Supper: Acts of God is a five-panel photograph of a life-size wax reproduction of Leonardo’s The Last Supper.

This exhibition is the first U.S. presentation of Sugimoto’s The Last Supper: Acts of God (1999/2012), a five-panel photograph, more than 24 feet in length. The artist first created this work in 1999, from a life-size wax reproduction of Leonardo’s The Last Supper, which he photographed at a museum in Izu, Japan. In 2012, while the …

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