Hitchcock Palm 1, 2009 - Priscilla Rattazzi
About the Work
About Hitchcock Palm 1
"This photograph was taken in Palm Beach, Florida in the spring of 2009. I was walking along the beach at the North End of the Island, and it was very stormy. There were these black birds screeching overhead, and they ...Read More
"This photograph was taken in Palm Beach, Florida in the spring of 2009. I was walking along the beach at the North End of the Island, and it was very stormy. There were these black birds screeching overhead, and they were very sinister. They were circling the carcass of an animal on the road nearby. I was with my dogs, and they got spooked by the birds. That's why I called this shot Hitchcock Palm 1. It's the first of a series." —Priscilla RattazziRead Less
About the Artist
About Priscilla Rattazzi
Rattazzi—whose work is inspired by beauty not only in nature, but also in fashion—has shot campaigns for Fernando Sanchez, Mary Jane Marcasiano, and Fendi. Her photography has appeared in publications such as Redbook, Self, The New York Times Magazine, Vogue Italia, Donna, and Amica. Her photographs have been reviewed by various publications; The Southampton Press said of her work: "Ms. Rattazzi has rendered the snapshot engagingly vital, not just in terms of her memory nor as nostalgia for something remembered, but naked, bare as a piece of her soul…"
She has published four books and one portfolio and has exhibited on both a local and international scale. Most recently, her work was featured at the Ralph Lauren stores in East Hampton and Milan, in conjunction with the release of her book, Luna & Lola for Ralph Lauren.Read Less
DescriptionBlack and white photograph made with archival pigments on fine art rag paper with matte finish.
AuthenticationIncludes a Certificate of Authenticity and an artist signed label on verso.
DimensionsThis print contains a border as dictated by the artist to allow for framing and the quoted dimensions are for the paper size and not the printed size of the image itself.
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