Gelatin-silver print - Signed - # 10 out of 20 - 1989
|Vintage print:||Printed later|
|Titel van kunstwerk:||Skyline with Empire State Building, 1989|
|Artist:||Teun Voeten (1961-)|
|Total Dimensions (H/ W/ D in cm):||39cm x 49cm|
|Picture size (in cm):||29cm x 43cm|
|Edition:||# 10 out of 20|
Silver gelatine print (Barietafdruk), printed in 2003 - numbered, limited edition # 10/20 - signed
New York, 1989, Brooklyn Bridge, taken in Spring 1989 with Cambo Technical Camera on 6 by 9 cm medium format black and white negative film, with 65 mm wide angle lens on clear day with orange filter.
Taken from the top of building at 6th ave and 23rd Street. The skyline was not polluted yet by generic condo building. Also, the Panam building was still the Panam, and not the MetLife
Silver Gelatin Baryte Fiber Paper print (Barietafdruk), hand printed by photographer from original negative in 2003 on Agfa Baryta paper - signed and numbered on front with marker and on back with pencil,
numbered # 10/20. The prints were madeby me in the dark room of The Print Space, 18th street in NY.
Barietafdruk, met de hand afgedrukt in 2003 door de fotograaf zelf van originele negatief. Gelimiteerde editie. gesigneerd. nummer# 10/20
Voeten started to work on his architectural photographs in New York in 1989, with Cambo/Arca Swiss technical camera, 6/9 cm medium format negative, Ilford FP4 film and Orange filter. Up to this day, he still works on his series in the same, consistent way.
39/49 cm paper size, image size 24/42 cm.
I like to meet my collectors in person. Whenever possible, I personally deliver the print to buyers located in Amsterdam, Utrecht, Rotterdam, The Hague, Ghent, Brussels, Antwerp, Charleroi, Liege and sometimes even New York.
Teun Voeten is an award winning war photographer and author based in New York and Brussels. After his studies of Cultural Anthropology and Philosophy he covered the conflicts in the former Yugoslavia, Colombia, Rwanda, Sudan, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Lebanon, Egypt, Honduras, DR Congo, North Korea, Mexico, Libya and Syria and Mexico. He published in Vanity Fair, Newsweek, The New Yorker and National Geographic. Voeten also works for the International Red Cross, Doctors without Borders, Human Rights Watch and the UNHCR.
In 1996, he published 'Tunnel People', an anthropological-journalistic account of living five months with an underground homeless community in New York. 'A Ticket To', 1999, is a photo book with sober black and white war photos. In 2000, he wrote 'How de Body? Hope and Horror in Sierra Leone', a book about a trip to this West African country which nearly ended in disaster when Voeten was hunted down by child soldiers intent on killing him.
Voeten covered the drug war in Mexico, resulting in his photo book ‘Narco Estado. Drug Violence in Mexico.’ Currently, he is writing a PhD dissertation on extreme violence in the Mexican drug war.
|Member since:||March 13, 2016|
Wonderful picture and good quality! We were able to pick up it up ourselves as we were in the neighborhood.
Many thanks Teun! Everything about this auction was well managed.
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