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Photography, Black & White on Paper
Size: 70.9 W x 50 H x 0.2 D in
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593/5000 Everyday still lifes, is a collection with which I intend to demonstrate the beauty of the home, casual, simple object, composed in a simple and random way. Objects that can be observed and pampered with our eyes, interpretation in grayscale and in large format. They are photographic works in 180x127cm format, measures that help to magnify an environment. Each work is delicately traced, edited with the best acid-free paper and quality controlled directly by the artist, Pasquale Caprile. It is delivered with certificate of authenticity, numerad, dry sealed and signed.
Photography Print:Black & White on Paper
Artist Produced Limited Edition of:1
Size:70.9 W x 50 H x 0.2 D in
Packaging:Ships Rolled in a Tube
Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.
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Customs:Shipments from Spain may experience delays due to country's regulations for exporting valuable artworks.
Biography: Pasquale Caprile has an Instagram that receives new followers every day: www.instagram.com/pasqualecaprile/ The photographs of Pasquale Caprile, synthesize endless messages, sensations, experiences and varied themes thanks to his technique consolidated for more than 35 years as an artist. Pasquale's works take us to diverse situations, full of color, whites, blacks and grays. His commitment to research is constant, using various techniques and photographic processes in order to achieve the best results. Pasquale uses diverse methods in the creative process and uses a wide range of materials. These materials include oil, acrylic, gesso, mixed media, watercolor, chemical and digital photo photography. The focus and the final product demonstrate the commitment to excellent craftsmanship, general harmony, tonal palette, fluid imagination and strength in their composition technique. Pasquale's commitment to photographic art is total, his creative process is constant. Interested in the way of looking, observing, analyzing light, objects, their locations are always well studied and recreated in tune with the process and lighting technique. At 1989, he opens his first advertising photography studio "Estudio P7 in calle Zurbano 95, Madrid. He begins his collaboration with decoration magazines such as: New Style, Casa 16, Mucho Más, El País Dominical, Casa Vogue, Telva, Elle Decoración. Since its inception he works for the best national and international advertising agencies, developed campaigns for a number of top brands. At the end of the 90s he was a pioneer in digital photography, today he has not abandoned analog photography and for five years he is a pioneer in the technique known as; Humid Collodion, handicraft photographic technique with more than 150 years of antiquity. During a visit to the international photography fair "Photokina" in Cologne, 23 years ago, he made contact with the International Lomographic Society, becoming since then his ambassador for Spain and organizing the First International Lomography Congress at the Atocha station , Madrid. Photographer by nature, he is interested in observing, analyzing and telling stories with his photographs, using photography as a tool that allows him to express his feelings and fix the details of each day, the beauty of life and all its truths. He is a tireless worker, very involved in his own projects, organizing photographic events and exhibitions.
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