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Angular Serenity - Limited Edition 2 of 20
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Angular Serenity - Limited Edition 2 of 20 Photograph

Denise Dell'Olio

United States

Photography, Digital on Aluminium

Size: 20 W x 20 H x 1.5 D in

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This is the famous Temple of Dandur room at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. My son's and my favorite exhibit at the Met that we spend a lot of time in. I was drawn to this photo because of the striking reflection in the water that created all these angles. In order to capture what I needed, I had my young sons toss coins into the fountain to create the ripple affect I needed. I ran out of coins by the time I got what I was going for. It was a fun day with them that will never be forgotten.

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Photography Print:Digital on Aluminium

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:25

Size:20 W x 20 H x 1.5 D in

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Denise's black and white photography captures a freshness to New York City’s architecture by focusing in on less obvious details, while adding a compelling dynamism by overlaying multiple layers of light and shadow, resulting in a graphic and bold quality of a once familiar scene. Born and raised on Long Island, NY, Denise graduated in 1990 from The School of Visual Arts in New York City with a BFA in Advertising, where she first discovered her obsession for urban street life and architecture. As an art director in advertising, Denise went on photoshoots all over the world, and during down-time shot urban scenes with her Pentax PE3 35mm film camera. In 1996, after an illicit attempt to shoot the Sistine Chapel ceiling, she accidentally left her camera in the back seat of a taxi cab, rendering her camera-less for years. In 2014, a Creative Director in NYC, Denise began shooting again to escape an emotionally painful divorce, resulting in her project, In Detail. A New Yorker’s Obsession. In February 2017, a curator discovered her work online, and invited her to exhibit at Paralax Art Fair in London. And has since exhibited with The Other Art Fair of Saatchi Art, MvVO at Sotheby’s, and Art Below's UK Underground. Her work will exhibit on outdoor kiosks in Chelsea, NYC during Frieze week. After years of walking around cities all over the world, and now living on the Upper West Side of New York City, I find myself selecting moments that have inspired me and elevated me. Multi-layering makes work that is strikingly bold and memorable. As a Creative Director and Artist, what I hope more than anything is that the viewer feels each moment in my photographs, and yet makes it his or her own. This transference of a moment in time is the passion—the obsession—that drives my photography. And I can't stop. Every street corner leads to another possibility, on this amazing never-ending journey. Come join me.

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