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VIEW IN MY ROOM
VIEW IN MY ROOM
Prejudice, melancholy, fatalism, persevere, prophet of doom, do not lose heart, existentialism, herd behavior, subcultural, clichéd, posttraumatic stress disorder, phobia. The weak but also the strong part of us is expressed in the photography of Henry Pennings. He works entirely from his intuition. Often shaped trough an inverse metaphor. Partly ethics but especially optimism gets his attention. His photographs have not been edited, he wants his photos to remain aesthetically as close as possible to reality. The photos are printed with Piezography K7 on Fine Art FibaPrint paper. This provides the highest photo quality of this moment. Color photos are printed in c-type. (Fuji Maxima, glossy) The price includes a beautiful Barth unvarnished solid ash wood wall frame with glass and a passe-partout from Moorman. The photos have the format 40x60cm and 40x40cm. Dimensions of the frames including passe-partout are 58x75cm landscape, 55x78cm portrait and 55x58 square. These professional frames do not have a standardformat, but they are made-to-measure so that the artwork is optimally reflected.
Photography Print:Black & White on Paper
Artist Produced Limited Edition of:5
Size:15.7 W x 23.6 H x 0 D in
Packaging:Ships in a Box
Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.
Born in Boxtel on November 16, 1962. From 1977 to 1982 training in electrical engineering. In 1980 moved to Breda. Moved to Steenbergen (N-Br.) In 1983 and worked on a testing ground for horticulture as a replacement conscription after refusing military service. In this period, decided to become a painter. Entrance exam at St.Joost Academy in 1986: admitted, but did not use this course as he preferred to find his way independently. Lived in 1987 in Amsterdam and followed lessons with the painter / graphic artist Teun Nijkamp. Moved to Nijmegen in 1986, further self-study. From 1991 to the present a professional practice. In 1994 a studio was acquired in Breda via the VAK (Vereniging Ateliers Kunstenaars, now CLIB Cultural Location Management in Breda) and then moved to this city. In 2000, through CLIB, a studio involved in a former school building on the Overakkerstraat.
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