9|2 MM (Arclight I) -- Belgian Linen Photograph by Daniel Freed

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9|2 MM (Arclight I) -- Belgian Linen

Daniel Freed

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Size: 39 W x 26 H x 1.5 in

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Photography: Color on Soft (Yarn, Cotton, Fabric).

"9|2 mm (Arclight I)," from the sequence, "Naked City": “There are eight million stories in the naked city. This has been one of them.” Thus the narrator frames Jules Dassin’s landmark 1948 film noir, _Naked City_. Numbers marking underground tracks suggest stories still abound in New York City, as the subway’s rush marks time’s passage.

Belgian Linen Gallery Wrap: A ready-to-hang, Limited Edition on Belgian Linen. This exceptional, ecologically sustainable material imbues the photographic image with elegance, depth and superb saturation. Manufactured for centuries, archival Belgian Linen (certified at 100+ years longevity) has been favored by painters including Monet, Van Gogh and Dali. The finished display appearance emphasizes a painterly presence within the photographic work -- a balance I have long sought to capture.

I am very pleased to now offer a gallery wrap piece with remarkable artistic refinement. Unlike a coarser canvas surface, Belgian Linen retains the elegance and timeless character of traditional European fine art papers. The gallery wrap requires no additional framing, expenses or difficult wall adjustments.

Edition of 5 + 1 A/P and 1 P/P. Printed exclusively for the artist by Brooklyn Editions' Master Printmaker, New York City. Gallery wrap on Belgian Linen 425 gsm by Breathing Color (certified Masters of Linen, Belgium), with Certificate of Authenticity. Archival pigment inks printed with Epson P20000. Linen mounted on wooden frame, with wrap-around edges, for a seamless floating appearance.


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