Alchemigram (Statue of Liberty) Photograph by Boris Andreas Duhm

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Photography: Black & White, Gelatin, Manipulated, Photogram on Iron, Paper, Plastic.

Black and white Alchemigram on Baryth gelatin photographic paper. An Alchemigram is a mixture of the analogue techniques of photogram, lumigram and chemigram. This one is made by carefully applying photographical and other chemical substances ( such as e.g. toilet-cleaner) on the photographic surface with a sponge, brush or bare hands. By this method, colors appear on the b/w Baryth paper, which usually is considered to be a mistake when making analogue prints. I turned the whole photographical process upside-down and paint in complete darkness. This work is an unique copy.
The work represents the Statue of Liberty in NY but rather looks like a portrait of an American Indian. - I like the idea.
The analogue print comes mounted on MDF panel with raw metal frame and acrylic glass.


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Alchemigram (Statue of Liberty)

Boris Andreas Duhm

Germany

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Size: 35 W x 42 H x 1.5 in

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