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Robert Frank US 285 New Mexico 1955 Giclee Limited Edition Photograph Print FRAMED

Robert Frank US 285 New Mexico 1955 Giclee Limited Edition Photograph Print FRAMED

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"US 285 New Mexico, 1955"
Photographic Giclee Print
Limited Edition Photograph Print, from States of Change 2020

Custom framed and matted with a Charles Scott Gallery Certificate of Authenticity

States of Change was a unique offering of Photographic art by photographers looking to support voting rights in 2020. The art was listed as an "open edition" but their offering was limited to an availability time period of only 5 days from October 13 to October 18, 2020. In that time, they sold approximately 10,000 of the approximately 170 photographs offered - if that number were evenly distributed across the 170 photographs offered that means there would have been only 59 of each photograph sold! That's an incredibly low edition size. We have had it professionally matted and framed with UV Plexi and all archival materials.

Unsigned, Un-numbered
Edition: Open (but likely only approx. 59 sold during this offering)
Photographer: Robert Frank
Printed/Issued: 2020
Size: 10" x 12" photograph, 16 1/4" x 13 1/8" framed
Material: Canson Platine Fibre Rag 310. This is a premium 100% cotton paper that offers the look and aesthetic of the original darkroom baryta fiber print and complies with the ISO 9706 standard for maximum longevity.

Robert Frank (November 9, 1924 – September 9, 2019) was a Swiss photographer and documentary filmmaker, who became an American binational. His most notable work, the 1958 book titled The Americans, earned Frank comparisons to a modern-day de Tocqueville for his fresh and nuanced outsider's view of American society. Critic Sean O'Hagan, writing in The Guardian in 2014, said The Americans "changed the nature of photography, what it could say and how it could say it. [ ... ] it remains perhaps the most influential photography book of the 20th century." Frank later expanded into film and video and experimented with manipulating photographs and photomontage.


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