"Go-oh Shrine" (2002)

Go-oh Shrine, 2002
Pigment print
Installtion view at Naoshima, Japan
Photo by Hiroshi Sugimoto
Courtesy the artist and The Pace Gallery, New York

"I was commissioned to build a Shinto shrine in Japan. So I studied the history of Japanese religion, especially Shintoism. I found that it’s very serious to pay attention to ancestors, how you worship your ancestors, and then also the old memories and families- the origin of families, the origin of life itself. So this is the most radical presentation of how we should pay attention to the ancestors."

- Hiroshi Sugimoto

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