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333, 2016

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27 1/2 × 22 1/2 × 3 in
69.9 × 57.2 × 7.6 cm
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Robertson experiments with photographic chemistry in her darkroom, resulting in striking colorful …

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Robertson experiments with photographic chemistry in her darkroom, resulting in striking colorful cameraless abstractions. She makes her photograms using analog darkroom processes: combining and enlarging negatives, placing objects directly on the paper and then exposing it, dripping chemicals onto paper, and exposing …

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Mariah Robertson
American, b. 1975
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Mariah Robertson is a rule-breaker. For her experimental, mid-sized to monumental photographs, she …

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Mariah Robertson is a rule-breaker. For her experimental, mid-sized to monumental photographs, she manipulates chemicals and materials to create handmade color and black-and-white prints, in which she pushes photography past documentation into abstraction. In her words, “I like to take a system and then sort of bend …

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Robertson experiments with photographic chemistry in her darkroom, resulting in striking colorful …

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Robertson experiments with photographic chemistry in her darkroom, resulting in striking colorful cameraless abstractions. She makes her photograms using analog darkroom processes: combining and enlarging negatives, placing objects directly on the paper and then exposing it, dripping chemicals onto paper, and exposing …

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Courtesy of the Artist and Van Doren Waxter
Mariah Robertson
American, b. 1975
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Mariah Robertson is a rule-breaker. For her experimental, mid-sized to monumental photographs, she …

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Mariah Robertson is a rule-breaker. For her experimental, mid-sized to monumental photographs, she manipulates chemicals and materials to create handmade color and black-and-white prints, in which she pushes photography past documentation into abstraction. In her words, “I like to take a system and then sort of bend …

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333, 2016

C-Print
27 1/2 × 22 1/2 × 3 in
69.9 × 57.2 × 7.6 cm
This is a unique work.
Bidding closed
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