Piezography carbon inkjet print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308 paper
Piezography is the world's most advanced digital negative printing process for black and white images. Nine carbon-based inks are mixed together, resulting in deep blacks, very soft gradients and precision of the finest details. We chose it for its exceptional longevity and unparalleled tonal range.
Comes with a signed certificate of authenticity
The print comes with a FSC-certified wooden frame made from the finest materials to last a lifetime, and hand-crafted locally in France by expert framers. You can choose between 2 frame sizes and 3 frame colors.
Color: Black, White or Oak
Size: 21x29,7 cm (A4) or 29,7x42 cm (A3)
Framed with an antique white, made-to-measure passepartout. 100% recyclable and acid-free.
Sealed using archival, moisture-resistant, ph-neutral paper backing
Protected by a light and resistant 2mm anti-UV acrylic glass that prevents desaturation
Comes with a Kraft paper in the back that safeguards against dust, insects and humidity
Assembled using a framing process and fastenings that are reversible, allowing you to safely retrieve the print without damaging it.
Spanning over a decade (1994 - 2005), the series Filhos do Reino depicts various religious rituals and festivals throughout Brazil. Religious syncretism has always been a central element of Latin American culture, and as such it captivated important photographers such as Sebastião Salgado, Cristina García Rodero and Walter Firmo.
Cannalonga's work deserves a prominent place in this rich tradition. In his images, we feel a melancholy that permeates every gesture, every look. A melancholy rooted in the rich history of the country. A melancholy that provides a foundation for people's faith all while revealing the deepest hopes for its ultimate overcoming.
Cannalonga's detailed documentation of festivals and rituals is an attempt to register human interactions and feelings, both in the midst of these ceremonies and in the larger spectrum of daily life, revealing the intrinsic elements of the soul of Brazilian people.
Photography prints sold in galleries can appear inaccessible or too elitist. From this observation, The Analog Gallery envisioned and launched TRIPTYQUES, an unprecedented access to the work of emerging and established photographers through an affordable triptych of small prints.
Each artist has entrusted the gallery with three artworks to offer an inexpensive entry point to their work. Together, we carefully chose the papers and printing techniques that best represent their work and worked hand in hand with them to offer you a peek into their universe, inspirations, emotions and stories.
Though not a household name, Flávio Cannalonga was one of the most discerning photographers of his time, a profoundly perceptive humanist, who captured his compatriots with honesty, sensitivity and skill.