Joseph Ayerle - El Venero - Marten Channing’s Last Summer- cycle: Lost Picture CD of Slim Aarons

Beschreibung
Joseph Ayerle - El Venero - Marten Channing’s Last Summer- cycle: Lost Picture CD of Slim Aarons
C-Type Druck DP2 Professional matt, Digitaldruck - Künstlerstempel, Signiert - # 6/7 + 2 Nachweise des Künstlers - 2017

- title: El Venero - Marten Channing’s Last Summer
- cycle: "The Lost Picture CD of Slim Aarons"
(reenactment of Slim Aarons' "El Venero" with a fictional year-2006-scene. From left to right: billionaire Marten Channing, daugther Caroline Channing, Brigitte et Emanuel Macron )

- edition: # 6/7 signed copies + 2 artist's proof
- technique: C-type-print Fujifilm DP2 Professional-matt
- year: 2017
- 70,4 x 44,7 cm on 75 x 50 cm
- frontside: signed, numbered
- en-verso: signed, numbered, stamped, security-hologram
- condition: new
- certificate: 8 pages certificate (COA) incl. security-hologram

- incl. 4 exhibition-photos

about the cycle
"The wonderful pictures of the cycle ...seem both erotic and earnest, comic and depressed..."

Joseph Ayerle was 2017 finalist of a Florence-Biennale, juried by M.Bonuomo, director of Italys Nb.1 art-magazine. In 2018 Ayerle created the world’s first movie with an AI-created cast (wikipedia #deepfake). The Massachusetts Institute of Technology(MIT), interviewed the artist and invited him to the USA. Currently the artist works in Milan on a new project.

voices about the artist
"Grazie, Joseph Ayerle" Ornella Muti, moviestar
"One of my favourites" A. Klatt, jury-member, Royal-Photographic-Society, London





Los-Details
Künstler
Joseph Ayerle
Titel des Kunstwerks
El Venero - Marten Channing’s Last Summer- cycle: Lost Picture CD of Slim Aarons
Technik
C-Type Druck DP2 Professional matt, Digitaldruck
Ausgabe
# 6/7 + 2 Nachweise des Künstlers
Signatur
Künstlerstempel, Signiert
Druckdatum
2017
Zustand
Originalzustand
Originalabzug
Ja
Bildgröße
70×45 cm
Gesamtgröße
75×50×0 cm
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