Exclusive black and white limited edition art prints of original antique photographs plates and contemporary artists artworks.

First edi­tions and small edi­tion size. All print­ed on japan­ese washi and art papers, num­bered and signed by the artist.

The Karo col­lec­tors edi­tion is ded­i­cat­ed to a spe­cial sec­tion of our pri­vate col­lec­tion of glass plates: nude stere­oscopy. In 1893, Jules Richard intro­duced the 47×105 mm glass plate neg­a­tive for­mat and the Véras­cope, a com­pact stereo cam­era. This much eas­i­er-to-use and cheap­er cam­era made stereo pho­tog­ra­phy acces­si­ble and pop­u­lar. There­fore, pho­tog­ra­phers adven­tured to explore nude stere­oscopy although at the time it was con­sid­ered an offense to morals. Many of their works remained anony­mous as is the case with the works from our col­lec­tion. They are nonethe­less valu­able pieces of pho­tog­ra­phy history.

The pieces from the Karo col­lec­tors edi­tion are avail­able in lim­it­ed edi­tions of 15 or 30 copies. They are 30×30 cm, num­bered, and come with a cer­tifi­cate. We use hand­made paper from Switzer­land and Japan. Because this col­lec­tion encap­su­lates a lot of his­to­ry and break­through moments, we use a black, vinyl style pack­ag­ing with a trans­par­ent round window. 

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