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


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

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Limited, total 6 copies | Photo under acryllic | Format 93 x 140 cm (H/W)

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

In her works, Sabine Wild sets unique perspectives on the architecture of the large cities like New York. A photograph is always a beginning, then Wild works the photo out digitally, erases the contours, changes the colors and adds vertical and horizontal strokes and lines. Through digital manipulation, it seems that the buildings are divided into the individual parts - and yet, the typical parts of the motives aren't lost.

The photo laminated under acrylics, 2007. Limited edition of 5 copies + 1 A.E. -copy. Format 93 x 140 cm (H/W).

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