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Antarctica 119

Price
£1,345
Photography medium: Digital print

Frame: White Frame

Edition of 6 (0 available)

Gallery: Elisa Contemporary Art

Ships from: United States

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Description

About the artwork
Antarctica #119 is a limited edition photograph taken by John Conn in 2010. It is 20x30 inches printed on 24x36 inch paper. It is framed. It features a strong blue iceberg. It is a wonderful artwork for a den, home office or a man cave. It is a great image for those concerned of climate change and the impact on the world.

Specification

Medium Digital print
Support Paper
Framed? Yes
Frame Type White Frame
Subjects Landscape,
Style Realist
Original or Edition? Edition of 6
Certificate of Authenticity No
Artwork Dimensions: 71 X 99 X 5 X cm

About John Conn

John Conn got his start as a Marine Combat photographer and later earned his BFA at the School of Visual Arts in New York. As a freelance photographer and writer, he has captured a range of subjects delving into political and social issues, nature and landscapes, architecture, and underwater
images.

His work has appeared in: New York Times Sunday Magazine; Time/Life Books; IMAX Films; Village Voice; Human Rights Magazine; Shutterbug Magazine; Hasseleblad Magazine; American Photographer; RangeFinder Magazine; LensWork Magazine; Ocean Realm; Dive Travel Magazine; Picture Magazine; Discover Diving Magazine; Picture Magazine; Popular Photography; Nikon World; Black & White Photography; B&W Magazine; Studio Photography, to name a few.

Starting in 1970, John travelled to South Africa capturing images of the people and social divide of Apartheid. His iconic Subway series shot between the mid-1970’s and 1982 in New York City is part of the permanent collection of The New-York Historical Society and Hoboken Historical Museum. In 2010, John Conn spent 45 days in Antarctica and Patagonia, travelling and hiking to capture the land and seascapes. He spent over 20 days journeying over 3,200 nautical miles in Antarctica before heading to Patagonia for the second part of his expedition. In 2014 John began a series of treks across the US photographing Americans, similar to what Robert Frank did in the late 1950s. In 2015/16, he spent a month in Cuba photographing the people and surroundings.