Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is a C-print?

What is a C-print?

Also known as Chromogenic or C type print. A print that's made from slide or color negative exposed to chromogenic paper containing three emulsion layers sensitized to non similar primary colors. Once the image is exposed, it is dipped into a chemical bath for each layer to react towards the chemical so as to create an image.

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Bettina Rheims

masked woman at telescope magic city III, 1990

Limited Edition Print

C-Print

EUR 1,050

Bettina Rheims

Chambre close, 2008

Limited Edition Print

C-Print

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Marilyn Minter

Vamp, 2011

Photography

C-Print

Currently Not Available

Anne Collier

Double exposure, 2011

Photography

C-Print

Currently Not Available

Richard Prince

Untitled, 2012

Limited Edition Print

C-Print

USD 84,000

Hellen Van Meene

De Zeven Werken van Barmhartigheid / bezoek de zieken, 2019

Photography

C-Print

EUR 11,900

Wim Delvoye

Cloaca x rayed B/W, 2003

Photography

C-Print

EUR 14,500

Franz West

Platonic Moon, 2003

Limited Edition Print

C-Print

EUR 1,550

Rebecca Horn

Zenith of the Ocean II, 2007

Photography

C-Print

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Robert Longo

Eric, 1979/2009

Limited Edition Print

C-Print

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Ralph Gibson

Cards (from L' Histoire de France), 1991

Photography

C-Print

USD 2,500

Nobuyoshi Araki

Bondage Series #3, 1997

Photography

C-Print

EUR 4,500

Wade Guyton

IMG_1919, 2013

Limited Edition Print

C-Print

EUR 1,250

Cindy Sherman

Untitled (Fortune Teller), 1993

Photography

C-Print

Artwork On Hold

Wim Delvoye

Suck 2, 2000

Photography

C-Print

EUR 18,000

Jenny Saville

Close Contact, 2002

Photography

C-Print

Currently Not Available

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Sculpture / Object

A sculpture is a three-dimension object made using any one of the basic sculpting processes. These include carving, casting, constructing or modeling. Carving materials may be bone, ivory, stone or wood. Modeling and casting use clay or wax, while constructions glue materials together.

Postminimalism

Postminimalism describes the range of art styles in the 1960s which followed Minimalism. Forms of art common the term include conceptual, body, performance, process and site-specific themes. While Minimalism generally embraced impersonality, postminimalists sought to retain Minimalism or embrace expressiveness; investigating new materials and techniques.

Interactive art

A form of art where the spectator is involved by the artist to achieve the art's purpose. This can be done by letting the visitor or observer "walk" around, in and on the art installation. Others may ask the spectator or the artist to become part and parcel of their artwork. Works in this category often feature computers, sensors and interfaces to respond to meteorological changes, heat, motion or other input types programmed by the maker to respond to by them.

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