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Vera Lutter

Marfa, Waning Crescent, 2011

Unique gelatin silver print
22 × 30 in
55.9 × 76.2 cm
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Edwynn Houk Gallery
New York
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The piece is a unique archival pigment print created as part of the artist’s Albescent project …

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The piece is a unique archival pigment print created as part of the artist’s Albescent project photographed between 2010-2012. Over the course of two years, Lutter photographed the moon in different stages from various locations all around the world. The resulting body of work created a sort of travel diary that …

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Vera Lutter
German, b. 1960
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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 her surroundings. Lutter retains the negative as her final image and refrains from multiplication or reproduction. In addition to her photographs of New York, Venice, and other locations (including Egypt's deserts and pyramids in 2010), Lutter has created images of industrial sites like abandoned factories and shipyards.

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The piece is a unique archival pigment print created as part of the artist’s Albescent project …

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The piece is a unique archival pigment print created as part of the artist’s Albescent project photographed between 2010-2012. Over the course of two years, Lutter photographed the moon in different stages from various locations all around the world. The resulting body of work created a sort of travel diary that …

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Vera Lutter
German, b. 1960
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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 her surroundings. Lutter retains the negative as her final image and refrains from multiplication or reproduction. In addition to her photographs of New York, Venice, and other locations (including Egypt's deserts and pyramids in 2010), Lutter has created images of industrial sites like abandoned factories and shipyards.

Vera Lutter

Marfa, Waning Crescent, 2011

Unique gelatin silver print
22 × 30 in
55.9 × 76.2 cm
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location
New York
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