Description

Edition of 8 + 2 A.P.

Signed, dated, numbered with pencil on back.

As every artworks from the serie "Matters Matter", this one is also available in a format 90x90 cm /35,4x35,4 in. (subject to an edition of 3 + 2 AP)

“Recognized for his work as a photographer - portraits, reports, social stories - Michel Monteaux questions, through photography and drawing, the mysterious links between beings in their environment and the symbolic orders that bring them together.

Intuitively and reasonedly, to reveal the flavor of the unusual universe of the Unique World, the artist arouses considerable hope: what if we had until now understood almost nothing of our inscription in the world? »

Fabien Ribery (Extract).

"I found it interesting to see how your series transforms everyday waste into something fragile and precious, revealing a somewhat mystical presence in the mundane."

Fabian Knierim, curator at the Westlicht Photography Center, Vienna, Austria.

Feel free to contact us if you want the picture to be framed.

Michel Monteaux

Untitled "Matters matter serie"

  • Medium
    Photography
  • Year
    2018
  • Size

    16.1 × 16.1 in

    41 × 41 cm

  • Material
    Pigment inkjet print on Fine Art Hahnemühle paper (350gr)
  • Price
    € 1,400
  • Edition
    Edition of 8
  • Certificate of Authenticity
    Includes certificate of authenticity.
  • Artist Signature
    The artwork is signed by the artist.
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Description

Edition of 8 + 2 A.P.

Signed, dated, numbered with pencil on back.

As every artworks from the serie "Matters Matter", this one is also available in a format 90x90 cm /35,4x35,4 in. (subject to an edition of 3 + 2 AP)

“Recognized for his work as a photographer - portraits, reports, social stories - Michel Monteaux questions, through photography and drawing, the mysterious links between beings in their environment and the symbolic orders that bring them together.

Intuitively and reasonedly, to reveal the flavor of the unusual universe of the Unique World, the artist arouses considerable hope: what if we had until now understood almost nothing of our inscription in the world? »

Fabien Ribery (Extract).

"I found it interesting to see how your series transforms everyday waste into something fragile and precious, revealing a somewhat mystical presence in the mundane."

Fabian Knierim, curator at the Westlicht Photography Center, Vienna, Austria.

Feel free to contact us if you want the picture to be framed.

Michel Monteaux

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