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Vera Lutter

745 Fifth Avenue, New York City: September 29, 1995

Unique gelatin silver print, mounted on canvas.
78 1/2 × 55 9/10 in
199.4 × 141.9 cm
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Phillips

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Vera Lutter is one of the most innovative photographers currently documenting …

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From the Catalogue:
Vera Lutter is one of the most innovative photographers currently documenting the constructed environment. Working with a massive room-sized pinhole camera, Lutter captures her subjects through exposures that can sometimes last days. Lutter herself remains inside the camera for much of this time, …

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Signed in ink, printed title and date on a gallery label affixed to the reverse.
Vera Lutter
German, b. 1960
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After moving to New York in 1991, photographer Vera Lutter began experimenting with the camera …

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After moving to New York in 1991, photographer Vera Lutter began experimenting with the camera obscura, inspired by the city's architecture and light. She turned her studio apartment into a pinhole camera, using wall-size sheets of photographic paper to capture large-scale, long-exposure black-and-white images of …

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About the work
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Phillips

From the Catalogue:
Vera Lutter is one of the most innovative photographers currently documenting …

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From the Catalogue:
Vera Lutter is one of the most innovative photographers currently documenting the constructed environment. Working with a massive room-sized pinhole camera, Lutter captures her subjects through exposures that can sometimes last days. Lutter herself remains inside the camera for much of this time, …

Read more
Signature
Signed in ink, printed title and date on a gallery label affixed to the reverse.
Vera Lutter
German, b. 1960
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After moving to New York in 1991, photographer Vera Lutter began experimenting with the camera …

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After moving to New York in 1991, photographer Vera Lutter began experimenting with the camera obscura, inspired by the city's architecture and light. She turned her studio apartment into a pinhole camera, using wall-size sheets of photographic paper to capture large-scale, long-exposure black-and-white images of …

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Vera Lutter

745 Fifth Avenue, New York City: September 29, 1995

Unique gelatin silver print, mounted on canvas.
78 1/2 × 55 9/10 in
199.4 × 141.9 cm
Bidding closed
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