Prints from my Instagram for sale
Size: 20 cm x 15cm
Printed on High Quality Luster Paper 260 g/s
Edition of 50
Price: € 75,- excl. frame | Price: € 120,- including frame.
Nothing repeats in the same way is a photography experiment shot on medium format slide film (dia) and presented in custom made wooden frames. Every object is a unique piece, with the actual film on display.
Material: Slide film in wooden lightbox (red aldon & oak)
Size: ± 6.5 x 6.5 x 30 cm
Glass: 2mm Museum glass
Backside: White opal plate to diffuse light
Frames: executed by Mertens Frames in Amsterdam.
Edition: Unique piece
Price upon request.
Between Screens won the silver medal at the European Design Awards 2015
NOW 50% OFF!
€25,- => € 12,50 + shipping.
Design by Kummer & Herrman
Essay in English & Dutch by Nicole Montagne.
Printed by Rob Stolk Amsterdam
300 x 3 different editions (900 in total)
Special edition available.
Press & Recognition.
Best photobooks of 2014 by WassinkLundgren for Photo-Eye, Review by Paper Podium, Mr. Motley, Article by Ernst-Jan Pfauth, Interview by Bright, Hans Kemna on Between Screens in 'Kunstuur', article by Vormplatform.
Between Screens is in the permanent collection of Het Stedelijk Museum, MOMA Library, Yale Art Library and The New York Public Library.
"Looking at art through a screen only a few inches wide: the habit of photographing famous paintings while in a museum is beautifully recorded in this over-sized publication where snapshots of great works of art are turned into art again."
"It's quite an accomplishment that these two photographers have turned [photographing the Nightwatch] into an esthaetic celebration of experiencing art."
— Ernst-Jan Pfauth
One of the best photobooks of 2013 (De Volkskrant).
Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam acquired McHotel for their permanent collection making it one of their cheapest acquisition ever (€2,-). It's also added to the collection of the Library of the MOMA.
Design by Timothy Maurer & Koen Geurts
Print run 2.500
Photo critic Colin Pantall on McHotel: "the smartest real budget book of recent years."
Photo critic Merel Bem on McHotel in De Volkskrant: "This modest book is about stranded Japanese in Tokyo spending the night in the McDonald's, until the first metro's start running again. Olivier van Breugel and Simone Mudde made this moving homage."