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Kamtchatka IIBy Gilles Niez

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Giclée Print, Giclee print on hahnemühle bamboo paper

Edition of 20

Dimensions vary, edit your selection above

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.


This item ships from France

Please note that this item is unframed and will be shipped flat

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Artist Statement

'Kamtchatka II' is from the series ‘Unfounded Landscapes’.

The body is the primary source of an inner journey through dreams.
I brought my dreams to life to make the body the number one travel destination.

Lines of ridges follow dunes and valleys…this landscape is familiar or unknown to me, but I always enjoy exploring it.

This image was made with a large format camera on a black glass plate. The wet Collodion process used dates from 1861.
The chemicals and gestures have remained identical to those of the time. The positive image is obtained on a 13x13 cm glass plate.
Then the plate is scanned to produce museum-quality prints.
I carry out all the stages of this process, from the manufacture of the chemicals to the framing.

This Artwork is available framed or unframed. In the selection 'SIZE' menu:
S = Print: 40 x 40 cm with 1cm white margin, the print is shipped flat/unframed
M = Framed (Museum Quality Glass): 50 x 50 cm (Print size is 40 x40 cm).
(Museum quality framing made by the artist. Raw oak frame 50 x 50 cm, ‘medium oak’ tone, ‘warm’ white passe-partout)

Museum print on warm tone fine art paper from Hahnemühle. The print is made by the artist, signed on the back and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.
The print is protected from ultraviolet rays by a spray.

‘ARTGLASS’ museum quality glass.


Artist Profile

Born: 1968
Hometown: Fontenay le Fleury
Based in: Fontenay le Fleury

I was born in Paris and I live nearby

I have been passionately involved in film photography for over 20 years in parallel with my work as an engineer.
Since April 2022, I have been living my passion full time.

I do analog photography because it totally satisfies my way of approaching my …


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