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Ion Zupcu

Romania Born in: 1960
Ion Zupcu is a fine art photographer who was born in Romania in 1960. He has recently shown photographs of his own minimalist still lifes in various museums and galleries throughout the United States. He initially studied photography in Romania in 1982, but this study was interrupted when he emigrated to the United States. In order to support his family who remained in Romania, he drove a taxi cab in New York City. After a chance meeting while driving this taxi, he was able to resume his practice when offered access to a darkroom.[1]

In 1993, he began studying at the International Center for Photography in New York, where he was greatly influenced by the work of Ansel Adams.[1] Zupcu's first project to gain attention was a series of still life photographs featuring flowers. His next significant project involved photographing small scenes, often as small as 1 inch in size, using a square format Hasselblad camera. Through his construction of these small scenes utilizing flowers, cut paper and painted cubes, and his use of light manipulation and silver gelatin printing techniques, he succeeded in incorporating abstraction, sculpture, and painting into photography[2]
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Ion Zupcu, Birds in Mind, Photography

Ion Zupcu

Birds in Mind, 2007
38.1 x 38.1 x 2.5 cm
Photography

€ 1,581

Ion Zupcu, Sudden Thoughts, Photography

Ion Zupcu

Sudden Thoughts, 2007
38.1 x 38.1 x 2.5 cm
Photography

€ 1,581

Ion Zupcu, Large Number of Hopes, Photography

Ion Zupcu

Large Number of Hopes, 2007
38.1 x 38.1 x 2.5 cm
Photography

€ 1,581

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