"Impossible typography A"

Fanette Guilloud - Framed original photograph printed on dibond (aluminium panel), 101X81cm, 2014

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  • Fanette Guilloud - Original photograph printed on dibond (aluminium panel), 75X60cm, 2014
  • Fanette Guilloud - Original photograph printed on dibond (aluminium panel), 60X75cm, 2013
  • Fanette Guilloud - Original photograph printed on dibond (aluminium panel), 75X60cm, 2013
  • Fanette Guilloud - Original photograph printed on dibond (aluminium panel), 75X60cm, 2013
  • Fanette Guilloud - Framed original photograph printed on dibond (aluminium panel), 101X81cm, 2014
Type of work original photographic print : limited edition of 5
Year of creation 2014
Medium and technique Photograph - Digital print
Support Dibond (aluminum)
Unframed size 100X80CM
Overall size HEIGHT : 101 CM / WIDTH : 81 CM / DEPTH : 2.5 CM
Framing Frosted Silver Metal Picture Frame
Edition number Digital print number : 1/5
Certificate of authenticity Yes (sent with the artwork and hand signed by the artist)
Hanging solution ready to hang artwork : 2 HOOKS ON THE BACK
Weight 5.3kg
Shipping Delivered within 10 - 15 working days with DHL
Packaging Packed in secure custom wooden crate to ensure preservation and conservation of your artwork during shipment
Shipment insurance Yes, we offer full value insurance coverage on every shipment

born in 1992, lives and works between PARIS and BERLIN.
medium, Movement : PHOTOGRAPHy, ANAMORPHOSis.
Type of interventions : IN SITU INSTALLATION works, PHOTOGRAPHS.

Process Impossible Typography A par Fanette G

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"Fanette Guilloud’s work associates photography to a plastic work on site-specific installations. Her creations anchor the illusion into the reality, her taste for geometry and minimalism invites us to a poetic vision of the world, a contemplation of passing time. Between rough reality and plastic dream, she plays with perspectives and the notion of the impossible by exploring the limits of rational vision." (Text from the artist's website)


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