Portraits with telephone numbers (signed)

by Pablo Chiereghin


Photographs: Pablo Chiereghin

Text: Regina Maria Anzenberger, Pablo Chiereghin

Publisher: selfpublished

50 pages

Pictures: 40

Year: 2010

Price: 13

Comments: Limited edition of 100 copies, numbered and signed by the artist.

The Polaroid series "portraits with telephone numbers", exposes individuals that took the risk of writing their telephone number on their portrait. The project is linear, simple and as analogical as low tech. The model voluntarily accepted to disclose a very private way of contact, giving the spectator the possibility to call a face that can be anybody. The core of the project is not the portrait itself, rather the interaction that happens before and after the portrait. Photography, which is classically considered as a tool "to fix a moment" evolves in this project to a connection point between two different timelines and actions: starting from the voluntary deprivation of privacy continuing through the representation of a potential contact, evolving in a moment in which two persons that do not know each other could fairly interact in a normal conversation.Catalogue for the project "portraits with telephone numbers" which is part of the exhibition "privacy matters" shown at the AnzenbergerGallery from October 2010 to January 2011.Limited edition of 100 copies, numbered and signed by the artist.

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Portraits with telephone numbers (signed)

by Pablo Chiereghin


Photographs: Pablo Chiereghin

Text: Regina Maria Anzenberger, Pablo Chiereghin

Publisher: selfpublished

50 pages

Pictures: 40

Year: 2010

Price: 13

Comments: Limited edition of 100 copies, numbered and signed by the artist.

The Polaroid series "portraits with telephone numbers", exposes individuals that took the risk of writing their telephone number on their portrait. The project is linear, simple and as analogical as low tech. The model voluntarily accepted to disclose a very private way of contact, giving the spectator the possibility to call a face that can be anybody. The core of the project is not the portrait itself, rather the interaction that happens before and after the portrait. Photography, which is classically considered as a tool "to fix a moment" evolves in this project to a connection point between two different timelines and actions: starting from the voluntary deprivation of privacy continuing through the representation of a potential contact, evolving in a moment in which two persons that do not know each other could fairly interact in a normal conversation.Catalogue for the project "portraits with telephone numbers" which is part of the exhibition "privacy matters" shown at the AnzenbergerGallery from October 2010 to January 2011.Limited edition of 100 copies, numbered and signed by the artist.

> see also Pablo Chierenghin's fine art prints


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Portraits with telephone numbers (signed)

by Pablo Chiereghin


Photographs: Pablo Chiereghin

Text: Regina Maria Anzenberger, Pablo Chiereghin

Publisher: selfpublished

50 pages

Pictures: 40

Year: 2010

Price: 13

Comments: Limited edition of 100 copies, numbered and signed by the artist.

The Polaroid series "portraits with telephone numbers", exposes individuals that took the risk of writing their telephone number on their portrait. The project is linear, simple and as analogical as low tech. The model voluntarily accepted to disclose a very private way of contact, giving the spectator the possibility to call a face that can be anybody. The core of the project is not the portrait itself, rather the interaction that happens before and after the portrait. Photography, which is classically considered as a tool "to fix a moment" evolves in this project to a connection point between two different timelines and actions: starting from the voluntary deprivation of privacy continuing through the representation of a potential contact, evolving in a moment in which two persons that do not know each other could fairly interact in a normal conversation.Catalogue for the project "portraits with telephone numbers" which is part of the exhibition "privacy matters" shown at the AnzenbergerGallery from October 2010 to January 2011.Limited edition of 100 copies, numbered and signed by the artist.

> see also Pablo Chierenghin's fine art prints


More books by Pablo Chiereghin

more books tagged »Polaroid« | >> see all

more books tagged »portrait« | >> see all

more books tagged »Italian« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com