“The landscape we lose”#06. Ed. of 5

From $ 950.00

The blackprint edition signed by Eva Iten is a unique perspective over the underwater world in black and white photographs printed on a very special handmade Japanese Awagami washi.

Her series is called "The landscape we lose” and aims to raise awareness about the critical situation of the coral reefs. The photographs show living and dying coral reefs as well as the marine life that depends on them. They reveal a complete ecosystem that can soon be lost.

Artist: Eva Iten
Title: “The landscape we lose” #06
Year: December 2021
Country: Sulawesi

Size Paper: 42 × 59 cm
Medium: Piezography® Pro on Awagami Bizan handmade washi.

Distance magnetic frame: 50 × 67 cm
Material: Brown alder wood | profile 13/29
Distance: 10 mm, white
Glass: Anti-reflective museum art glass

First edition of 5 + 2AP, Zürich
Numbered and signed by the artist

 

The artist Eva Iten and blackprint support the swiss / german association rrreefs with 10% of the proceeds from the sale of the edition "The landscape we lose”. rrreefs are winner of the SEIF and Planet Hero Awards 2021 for their project to rebuild and regenerate threatened coral reefs around the world.
www.rrreefs.com

 

Eva Iten is a Swiss photographer who observes the surroundings with an agile eye and captures its stories in a unique manner. She works on a project over a long period of time. Whether the subject is the underwater world, flowers, travels, landscapes, or people, her projects are chosen consciously and treated with a lot of care and attention. Eva Iten works not only with different subject matters but also with different photographic techniques, which gives her more freedom of expression. The narrative line never ends.

Eva Iten (*/ Switzerland)
Lives and works in Zug

www.eva-iten.ch

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The black­print edi­tion signed by Eva Iten is a unique per­spec­tive over the under­wa­ter world in black and white pho­tographs print­ed on a very spe­cial hand­made Japan­ese Awaga­mi washi.

Her series is called “The land­scape we lose” and aims to raise aware­ness about the crit­i­cal sit­u­a­tion of the coral reefs. The pho­tographs show liv­ing and dying coral reefs as well as the marine life that depends on them. They reveal a com­plete ecosys­tem that can soon be lost.

Artist: Eva Iten
Title: “The land­scape we lose” #06
Year: Decem­ber 2021
Coun­try: Sulawesi

Size Paper: 42 × 59 cm
Medi­um: Piezog­ra­phy® Pro on Awaga­mi Bizan hand­made washi.

Dis­tance mag­net­ic frame: 50 × 67 cm
Mate­r­i­al: Brown alder wood | pro­file 13/29
Dis­tance: 10 mm, white
Glass: Anti-reflec­tive muse­um art glass

First edi­tion of 5 + 2AP, Zürich
Num­bered and signed by the artist

Eva Iten is a Swiss pho­tog­ra­ph­er who observes the sur­round­ings with an agile eye and cap­tures its sto­ries in a unique man­ner. She works on a project over a long peri­od of time. Whether the sub­ject is the under­wa­ter world, flow­ers, trav­els, land­scapes, or peo­ple, her projects are cho­sen con­scious­ly and treat­ed with a lot of care and atten­tion. Eva Iten works not only with dif­fer­ent sub­ject mat­ters but also with dif­fer­ent pho­to­graph­ic tech­niques, which gives her more free­dom of expres­sion. The nar­ra­tive line nev­er ends.

Eva Iten (*/ Switzerland)
Lives and works in Zug

www.eva-iten.ch

Weight 5000 g
Dimensions 61 × 3 × 81 cm
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Unframed, Distance magnetic brown alder wood

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