Sale art photo Ref. 4533
Meta Far-East Asia, Japan Wave Utopia

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A2 (42 x 59cm): $500 - Limited edition to 20

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At the Art Institude of South-East Asia in Singapour , this series Terra Utopia has been displayed within the exhibition XEM – Meta Far-East Asia. It shows how can the perception of the “Far” remain or evolve :

These photos look like aerial landscapes of unknown coastal territories. Far East Asia was a Terra Incognita to explore,  developped by Thomas More in his book Utopia in 1516. From then, discovery of lands was in the purpose to transform them as colonies. the result was often a dystopia for the original inhabitants. Japan was the last place to be known. Its early name, Cipangu, was first mentioned in Europe by Marco Polo.

This photo is displaying tessellated waves, a reference of the Great Wave off Kanagawa by Hokusai, an iconic Japanese Artwork.

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Why this print is an artwork for the collectors

  • It is signed by the artist
  • It is printed in limited editions. Number of editions is depending upon the format
  • We use the best ink and fine art papers (Canson, Ilford, Hahnemuhle) for a lifetime quality
  • You will receive a certificate of authenticity