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Front, 2007

Print

Cyanotype

27.50 x 59.00 in

69.8 x 149.9 cm

Edition of 12

This work is signed and dated.

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    About The Work

    Cyanotype, a photographic printmaking process first invented in 1841 and commonly used for architectural blueprint drawings, appealed to Herrera for this experimental print, Front. He snapped 35mm photos of some of his existing works, and manipulated the film by pouring coffee and other liquids on it and placing it in the freezer; the results are enigmatic, accidental versions of his work in soulful deep blue tone

    Courtesy of Graphicstudio/USF

    About Arturo Herrera

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    • The quoted dimensions are for the paper size. The image size is 13.63" x 45.13".
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