The Dream #02

1.800,00 2.800,00 

  • Limited Edition of 7: 60[cm] X 40[cm]
  • Limited Edition of 15: 100[cm]X66.6[cm] 
  • Archival 100% Cotton FineArt Print
  • Signed Artwork
  • Certificate of Authenticity

Portrait of a Syrian refugee family just landed after reaching, on a rubber boat from Turkey, the village of Skala Sykaminias located on the northeastern Greek island of Lesbos, on October 9, 2015. For many thousands of refugees and migrants heading to Europe from the Middle East, the long route to a new life lies through Greece and the Western Balkans with the ultimate destination in Germany and other northern EU countries.

The photo has been taken with an hand made pinhole camera, Pinolina, built and designed ad-hoc according  the photographer needs. The choice of using a pinhole camera is meant to de-contextualize an over-documented topic by providing iconic images and evoking the emotional element that characterizes the dream of the humanity making up this huge exodus.

Description

The artwork is available in Limited Edition of 100[cm]X66.6[cm] and 60[cm]X40[cm] printed on FineArt archival paper, signed and goes with the unique Certificate of Authenticity.


The artwork is part of the multiplatform project “The Dream”. The book (Fotoevidence, New York, 2015) has been recognized by Time Magazine as one of the best photo books of the year and reportage has been awarded the first prize at Picture of the Year International, World Understanding Award. The Dream Project has been exhibited in International fairs including Aipad New York, Photo London, and Milan’s MIA, and shown in a solo exhibition at New York Bronx Documentary Centre and Sofia’s Synthesis Art Gallery.

The artwork is delivered unframed, with the signed certificates of authenticity included. The photograph is printed in the archival 100% Cotton FineArt paper Hahnemühle Photo Rag Bright White 310gsm, selected for every body of work, using the highest quality archival inks.

We advise on a delivery period of up to 2-3 weeks for your print. For any information or if you would like your print sooner please contact projects@fabiobucciarelli.com.

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