Playing the Game
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Playing the Game

Price
£125
Photography medium: Digital archival print

Unframed

Edition of 25 (3 available)

Gallery: Eye Contemporary Art Gallery

Ships from: Italy

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Description

About the artwork
This photography work "Playing the Game" is part of the "Hong Kong - Moments" Collection by Rinske. She creates realistic street photographs demonstrating a fascination with urban life in Hong Kong, the people and the cityscape. Rinske likes to capture life as it happens around her. Her photos are snapshots of every day moments allowing the audience an opportunity to take note of the everyday world in motion.This work will be mounted and sent without frame. Artwork size is approx. 21x30cm, Mount size 30x40cm, we suggest a frame size of 30 x 40cm.

Specification

Medium Digital archival print
Support Paper
Framed? No
Subjects Human Figure,
Style Documentary
Original or Edition? Edition of 25
Certificate of Authenticity Yes
Artwork Dimensions: 30 X 40 X 1 X cm

About Rinske Sabine Kuiper

Dutch photographer Rinske S. Kuiper came to live in Hong Kong in 2010 where she started taking photos to capture moments and glimpses of Hong Kong and other Asian cities. She creates realistic street photographs demonstrating a fascination with urban life, the people and the cityscape. Rinske likes to capture life as it happens around her. Her photos are snapshots of everyday moments allowing the audience an opportunity to take note of the everyday world in motion. Rinske’s works are featured in various magazines and as covers of the publications of the Dutch Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong.

“…My photography is about the things we walk by, we see them, but do we really? We are often lost in our devices, I like to think that I make the daily scenes accessible to many by communicating through my camera lens… It’s the authentic everyday happenings that I love to capture. Some may consider these scenes mundane, but documenting the highlights of what many may simply not “see”…” Rinske S. Kuiper.