Unknown - 1990
|Artist:||Joachim Mogarra (1954-)|
|Title of artwork:||La petite eglise|
|Date of print:||1990|
Joachim Mogarra was born in Spain 1954 and is a Catalan artist.
He lives and works in Montpeyroux, France.
Graduated from the school of fine arts in Montpellier in 1982. He has had exhibitions in Barcelona, Paris and London.
He chose photography as his main medium for his work.
He has created some very large piece of work which are quirky, intriguing but beautiful to admire.
His inspiration comes from everyday life and mainly consumer objects.
Through his photographs and subtitles he looks at life in a humorous and off beat way.
A photographic photographic print is the recording of an image on a light-sensitive paper. It can be in color or in black and white. This is a technique much less used since the invention of digital.
The size of the photograph including the border is 140cm x 98cm this is very LARGE piece of art
Size of photograph is 125cm x 73cm
The picture depicts a potatoe carved in the shape of a small church. The black and white effect gives it a classic look. This artwork would look great in any home or office, reception area of business premises.
He never signs his work feeling that any art expert can see that this is one of his original works through his technique of his photographs style. His original art topics and writing is his signature.
His artwork/photography is sort after.
Originally bought by the present owner from La Fondation Mogarra, The Mayor Gallery, Londres, Royaume University 2005. Unfortunately after moving the receipt is lost so no photographic proof just word of mouth.
There is a slight scratch near the middle of the top of the photograph but in no way effects the picture. (See photograph)
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