Marcelo Tinoco, ‘Morangos Silvestres (1900 Series, belle epoque rural)’, 2013, Photography, Digital printing on cotton paper, Zipper Galeria
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Marcelo Tinoco

Morangos Silvestres (1900 Series, belle epoque rural), 2013

Digital printing on cotton paper
43 3/10 × 70 9/10 in
110 × 180 cm
Edition of 6
.
$5,000 - 7,500
Location
São Paulo
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Marcelo Tinoco
Brazilian, b. 1967
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Marcelo Tinoco’s practice combines documentary photography, archival research, and diorama construction. Tinoco has laboriously cultivated a personal digital database of images that he organizes into categories, including animals, objects, human beings, and structures; these become the raw materials for his complex scenes, which he creates one element at a time. The images are printed onto large-scale cotton photographic paper, sometimes up to two meters in length, and depict subjects ranging from Venetian history and 1970s Brooklyn to tropical paradises and post-apocalyptic cities.

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Marcelo Tinoco
Brazilian, b. 1967
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Marcelo Tinoco’s practice combines documentary photography, archival research, and diorama construction. Tinoco has laboriously cultivated a personal digital database of images that he organizes into categories, including animals, objects, human beings, and structures; these become the raw materials for his complex scenes, which he creates one element at a time. The images are printed onto large-scale cotton photographic paper, sometimes up to two meters in length, and depict subjects ranging from Venetian history and 1970s Brooklyn to tropical paradises and post-apocalyptic cities.

Marcelo Tinoco

Morangos Silvestres (1900 Series, belle epoque rural), 2013

Digital printing on cotton paper
43 3/10 × 70 9/10 in
110 × 180 cm
Edition of 6
.
$5,000 - 7,500
Location
São Paulo
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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