#11342-0103. From the series Bright Black World. 2013. by Todd Hido.
6″ x 6″ Magnum Square print
Fuji Crystal Archival Matte paper
Signed on verso by Todd Hido
*Please note that the glossiness of the envelope might have caused some glare in the pictures
Statement from Todd Hido on the back of print #11342-0103. From the series Bright Black World. 2013.
“This landscape is something I found while wandering around the outskirts of towns – the spaces that connect two suburbs or two villages that are not yet all full, what is between the big-box stores and the chain restaurants. The picture is from Bright Black World, an ongoing series. The pictures in the series I’d say are psychological landscapes: in-between spaces, dark places, empty fields, the end of the street… where the landscape goes off into nothingness.”
Todd Hido (born 1968) is an internationally celebrated contemporary artist, known for his night-time depictions of isolated suburban houses in America. He has published several books including House Hunting (2001), Outskirts (2002) and Roaming (2004) and has received numerous awards. Furthermore, his work is exhibited widely and included in various public collections.
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