Photographer and director, Gia Coppola’s most recent body of work, was inspired in part by the saturated cinematography of Robert Altman’s film, 3 Women. The 1977 movie’s muted Californian landscape served as a visual reference when scouting for the right backdrop to showcase Gucci’s 2016 womenswear collection, designed by Alessandro Michele. As Coppola describes, “On location, we found some similarities between the film and the fashion. Altman’s storytelling wasn’t linear and existed in a grey area between the real and the unreal. The same can be said of Michele’s Gucci shows, which blur the lines between male and female, contemporary and vintage. Both of these creatures hark into our memories to make us realize how we feel in the moment.”
This exclusive Tappan Collective Edition is an archival photographic art print on natural white, 100% cotton rag, acid and lignin free archival watercolor paper. The dimensions reflect the image size. There is an additional 3" border included for framing purposes.
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Signature: The work comes with a Certification of Authenticity.