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End of Fair Print - Limited Edition of 20

Diego Cerezer

Brazil

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- FINE ART PRINTINGS - Canvas: Canson Museum Pro Canvas 385 gsm 100% cotton - Printed: HP Z9+ DreamColor mineral pigment - Made in brazil The word fair originated from the Latin word feria, which means “holy day or holiday” and the word customer, used to address street market consumers, also originated from the Latin filiu ecclesiae which means “children of the church”. In the beginning, people or believers took advantage of religious festivals to get together and exchange goods. At the street market there are those who observe, haggle and look for something specific, as well as those who create bonds of affection, close to the friendship that breaks the merchant-customer relationship, which largely sustains the tradition of going to the market every week, eat pastel and drink sugarcane juice, in addition to the variety and quality of the products found there. We all have a story of identity and memory of a fair, whether in the context of food or simple leisure. * Prints on paper: contact directly by email. (Premium Paper Hahnemuhle RAG 308 100% cotton)

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Print:Giclee on Canvas

Size:14 W x 21 H x 1.25 D in

Size with Frame:15.75 W x 22.75 H x 1.25 D in

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Photography and conceptual art form a complex pair. If some photographers claim that photography played a mere documentary role, others, on the contrary, point to the use of specific resources, by some artists, which allow the technical image, its visual possibilities and its social meanings to be problematized. I believe that the characterization of photography used by us conceptual artists is, however, accompanied by other considerations that allow us to problematize a relationship that is apparently easy to determine. Thanks to a set of factors, including lightness and fragile material consistency, the decline of the object in favor of attitudes and processes. Faced with the challenge of using matter “in a paradoxical way”, of inventing an art based on the greatest possible economy of means, the conceptual artist uses technical image in accordance with Sol LeWitt's proposition that it is possible to present ideas “through of numbers, photographs or words, or any way the artist chooses, since the form is not important. For me, a photograph needs to have a soul, a voice and overflow with feeling. This is the basis of my photography.

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