Jun 23

Japanese photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto's Dioramas are like still shots out of a movie that blur the lines between reality and illusion. When Sugimoto visited NYC’s Natural History Museum, he found himself fascinated by the stuffed animals on display throughout the museum. Turning his camera to the subjects, Sugimoto developed this extensive series of black-and-white photographs in which he captures a fascinating perspective that gives life to the inanimate objects.

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