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The Anonymous Man #22 - Limited Edition of 20


The Anonymous Man #22 - Limited Edition of 20 Photograph

Lisa Saad


Photography, Digital on Paper

Size: 16.5 W x 23.4 H x 0 D in

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About The Artwork

The Anonymous Man, creates an intriguing delve into the constructions of our urban existence. Combining an interest in minimalist lines and dichotomies, the fleeting figure in each creates a narrative full of intrigue. Without the figure, each image reconstructs the space of our urban framework, asking the viewer to acknowledge the structures that support this existence. The addition of the figure enables the viewing experience to become personal, as we imagine our own journeys through urban space, and the mysterious journeys of all those whom pass us by. Printed on Ilford Galerie Prestige Smooth Cotton Rag 310gsm Print 50H x 33.2Wcm Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity

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Photography Print:Digital on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:20

Size:16.5 W x 23.4 H x 0 D in

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Lisa Saad’s photography journey began in 1977. Lisa was six years old and overflowing with curiosity. She stumbled upon an old camera that caught her eye, and since then has spent her life shooting, developing, imagining, pondering, creating, retouching and pushing boundaries. Lisa followed her calling by pursuing a Bachelor’s degree at RMIT University, followed by a Master’s degree in Multimedia from Swinburne. She participated in many group exhibitions, and in the year 2000 she held her first solo exhibition ‘us’ at The Photographers Gallery, Melbourne, Australia. Lisa’s phenomenal photography career has produced stunning photo after photo, from her illustrative ‘The anonymous man’ series, through to her architectural photography, as well as her more recent ‘Project eleven’ portrait series. The Anonymous man has been exhibited numerous times since its debut in 2016, both in Australia and internationally, including countries such as China and the UK. Lisa’s ground-breaking photography has won numerous awards, and in 2018 ‘Bridget’ and ‘Cooper’ from Lisa’s ‘Project 11’ series were both Semi-Finalist’s in Australia’s prestigious Moran National Portrait Prize. Lisa has photographed everything from high-end advertising campaigns to still shoots for major TV networks across Australia. Lisa has always believed that good quality photography should be accessible to everyone. Upholding that no one should miss out on the opportunity to work with a professional photographer, she continues to mentor both new and established photographers wanting to increase their skill set and maintain and run a business. With over thirty years in the business, Lisa’s experience in all platforms of digital and analogue media has made her an expert in producing imagery, digital manipulation, branding and campaign requirements, and old school techniques. Lisa currently lives in Richmond, Australia with her husband and their three cats. When she isn’t producing remarkable images Lisa enjoys swimming, going to the gym, and baking.

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Showed at the The Other Art Fair

Handpicked to show at The Other Art Fair presented by Saatchi Art in Melbourne, London

Artist featured in a collection

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