Boutique Fine Art Photos and Prints - Sale

You want a valuable souvenir or an original gift that lasts forever?

The boutique is a selection of our best photographies for shopping arts prints.

All prints are done on archive paper from the most known brands (Hahnemühle, Canson, Ilford).

With this museum quality level, you can buy Art at an affordable price with a certificate of authenticity and at a limited edition.

Conceptual Portraiture

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Conceptual photos are a type of Photography where the artist is exploring an concept, an idea set by himself. Its materialization, oftently staged is captured by the camera. These portraits are not candid portraits but symbolized a certain type of character and his/her associated context (identity, social.. )

In-Situ Art Installation

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In situ derived from the Latin phrase, meaning 'in position'. With regard to art, 'in situ' refers to works of art that takes into account the site which it is to be installed, displayed and exhibited.
For Photography it is about constructed scenes made in the site for the purpose to take it as the picture. The resulting artwork should consider the site as the main subject and not only as a decoration.

Ink and Watercolor Pictorialism

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At the beginning of photography’s history, photographers, painters began to argue about the relationship between the scientific and artistic aspects of this new medium. Is it a tool for recording facts or “a way of projecting an emotional intent into the viewer's realm of imagination”. First use of the term "pictorial" can be found in the book in 1869 entitled Pictorial Effect in Photography: Being Hints on Composition and Chiaroscuro for Photographers (by English photographer Henry Peach Robinson), chiaroscuro ‒ an Italian term used by painters and art historians that referring to the use of dramatic lighting and shading to convey an expressive mood.

Narrative Fictions

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Although still images preceded moving images, cinema has gained the status of art because of its capabilities to create its own language to tell appealing stories to the audience. In a reverse reflection, photo-stories, sequences and staged tableaux reveal the deep influence of cinema on photography.
Some photographers like John Baldessari, Jeff Wall, Cindy Sherman have produced such kind of cinematic works.

Vietnam Architecture

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The fine art photos of our gallery are showing the diversity of the Vietnamese architecture marked by the tradition and influences.


Influenced by Chinese architecture, traditional architecture follows the principles of geomancy. It consists of the following forms: the traditional house, the religious buildings with the pagoda (Chua), the temple (Den) and the communal house (Dinh) and the defenses buildings such as citadels

Colonial style

With the French colonization from 1858 to 1940, the Franco-Vietnamese style is developed by the construction of a western city with administrative buildings, Grand hotels, theaters, train stations and churches in major cities such as as Saigon and Hanoi. Villas have French decorative elements such as fireplaces, columns and arched windows.

Modernist and contemporary architecture

The modernist current appears in the 40's and finds its golden age in the 60s with the construction of the Independence Palace in Saigon. Today skyscrapers are rising for reasons of prestige and density following the urbanism trend of the Asian megalopolises.