Hiroshi Sugimoto’s architecture photos are all worth seeing, but the centerpiece on view at Fraenkel Gallery is breathtaking: a large, blurry portrait of the WTC towers, taken in 1997. Back then, he had the chance to arrange the shot just so and wait for his long exposure to capture the soul of the building. You can’t help but think he saw what the rest of us were missing while the towers still stood.

- Tucker Nichols [Wednesday, January 14th, 2004]


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