April 9, 2015

Duncan Phillips Lecture: Hiroshi Sugimoto

Phillips Collection
Image courtesy of the artist.

In conjunction with Hiroshi Sugimoto: Conceptual Forms and Mathematical Models, on view at The Phillips Collection through May 10, Japanese artist Hiroshi Sugimoto will discuss how mathematical principles influence his work. He will also speak about the Odawara Art Foundation, his soon-to-open art and culture space in Japan.

Included in admission to special exhibition; free for members. Reservations required.

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About the Duncan Phillips lecture series
The Duncan Phillips lecture series was started in 1987 by Laughlin Phillips (Director of the Phillips from 1972 to 1992) in honor of his father, Duncan Phillips, the founder of the museum. Lectures are given by distinguished artists, historians, and critics, whose presentations cover a broad range of aesthetic concerns. The series has been an enormously important part of the intellectual life of the museum and of Washington, nationally recognized for its creative breadth and intellectual depth in inspiring individuals who have made innovative strides in the visual arts and its scholarship.


Hiroshi Sugimoto at the Phillips Collection Center for the Study of Modern Art

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