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Guest [C.B.], 7.47 pm, 12th August, 1998

Print

Dye destruction print

39.00 x 30.00 in

99.1 x 76.2 cm

Unique Work

This work is signed, titled, and dated on verso.

$11,000
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About The Work

Part of the late 1990s “cameraless” photographic movement in the UK, Christopher Bucklow’s ongoing Guest series presents auratic visions of the human body using pinhole photography. The distinctive colors–sunset orange or cool purples–correspond to the time of the day the sun shone on them, here it's the blue light of midday. This unique work communicates the metaphysical possibilities of light–while the holes in some Guest portraits blend to create a glow, these holes are distanced enough to produce a shimmer.

About Christopher Bucklow

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