Carousel

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Carousel – This old carousel in the famous “Pater” in Vienna during the covid-19 quarantane looked differnet than in busy times, where people are walking around in that area. It even was a little bit creepy.

The photographs, that are available in the “Photographer’s Selection”, are printed on Hahnemühle “Fine Art Baryta 325g”. This is to guarantee highest quality and best colors and grayscales.

If you choose the option “Aludibond”, the photo is printed directly on the aluminium.

Each photograph in this category are handsigned and numbered personally by me. Each picture comes with an certificate of authenticity.

Please note that the prints are delivered without frame – in case you would like to have it framed in the perfect frame, please let us know and we will suggest the perfect fitting frame for you.

 

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Description

The “Photographer’s Selection” is a handpicked selection of photographs, that are available in larger editions, but still limited. They are more affordable than the “Collector’s Edition”. They are available in different sizes, so they are perfect for flats, lofts, offices or similar locations.

Each photograph is number and handsigned by the artist and comes along with a certificate of authenticity.

The photograph is printed on Hahnemühle Baryta paper and fullfills the highest claims in quality.

If you choose the option “Aludibond”, the photo is printed directly on the aluminium.

The “Photographer’s Selection” is NOT available as poster.

 

The formats and editions:

20 x 30 cm – edition of 222

30 x 40 cm – edition of 111

40 x 60 cm – edition of 88

50 x 70 cm – edition of 55

70 x 100 cm – edition of 44

100 x 150 cm – edition of 23

 

 

 

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Size

20 x 30 cm ( 7,87" x 11,81" ), 30 x 40 cm ( 11,81" x 15,75" ), 40 x 60 cm ( 11,8" x 15,7" ), 50 x 70 cm ( 19,69" x 27,6" ), 70 x 100 cm ( 27,6" x 39,4" ), 100 x 150 cm ( 39,4" x 59,1" )

Material

Aludibond, Hahnemühle Fineart Baryta

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