Sabine Wild:
Painting "New York I" (2007)


Sabine Wild:
Painting "New York I" (2007)

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Limited, total 6 copies | Photo is behind acrylic | Format 55 x 140 cm (H/W)

Sabine Wild: Painting "New York I" (2007)

In her works, Sabine Wild sets unique perspectives on the architecture of big cities, like New York. A photograph is only the beginning, then Wild processes the photo digitally, sharpens the contours, varies the colors and adds vertical and horizontal lines. Thanks to digital manipulation, it seems that buildings are broken in the separate parts - and yet, the typical motives aren't lost.

Photo under acrylics, 2007. Limited edition 5 copies + 1 A.P.-copy. Format 55 x 140 cm (H/W).

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