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Dominic Rouse, Ladies-in-waiting

Dominic Rouse Ladies-in-waiting, 2005

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Informations about this artwork
  • Medium

    Photography : argentic edition

  • Dimensions cm | inch

    42 x 75 inch

  • Support

    Photography on baryta paper

  • Framing

    Not framed

  • Type

    Numbered and limited to 4 copies
    1 remaining copy

  • Authenticity

    Work sold with an invoice from the gallery
    and a certificate of authenticity

  • Signature

    Signed artwork

  • Offered by the gallery

    Professional art gallery
    Roi-Et - Thailand

  • About the artwork

    Artwork sold in perfect condition

    "The artist bends and transforms the figures, because in the swollen and the stretched he sees the passage to a manifestation of inner ecstasy. The human being is a ventilated cavity. It has an extraordinarily active power of agitation and impetuosity. The physical and imaginary combinations of bodies and objects call to mind the imagery of Surrealism and Dada, where the relationship drives the horizon of the imagination to distant vistas , creating objects that engender desire or nightmares." (Aasim Akhtar - The Friday Times, Vol. XXIII No. 42).

    Print - Thiocarbamide toned Gelatin Silver
    Paper - Ilford FB baryta coated fibre base semi-matt warmtone double weight (255gsm)
    Paper Size - 75" x 42" (190 x 106 cm)
    Image Size - 56" x 38" (142 x 96 cm)
    Edition - #1/4
    Image Date - August 2005
    Print Date - October 2007
    Catalogue - DHR048BW

    Ships in an "indestructible" PVC tube.
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Dominic Rouse

United Kingdom Born in: 1959
Born in 1959, Dominic Rouse is an English photographer. He started his career as a photojournalist in 1976 at the age of 16. He opened his first commercial studio in 1986 and ten years later bought a computer and started working on more personal art projects. His singular vision and his mastery of techniques distinguish him from many other photographers who use the computer in their practice.

Dominic Rouse is a visionary in the artistic sense of the term and his work has probably more in common with painting than with photography. His work may seem anchored in the past, but it is the product of a combination of the lastest digital techonologies and the timeless qualities of big format photography resulting in dark silver paintings of undeclared meaning.

"Life can be assimilated in a film shown only once to a captive audience of one - a dark cell in which the level of illumination is determined by the solitary occupant. Art is not made by men and women that are wise but by those in search of wisdom, seeking wisdom and to known thelmselves, it is all we can know and to say something means nothing, there is nothing left to say" according to Dominic Rouse in 2007.

His work is exhibited internationally, in England as well as in the United States, in prestigious galleries and fairs, including at the Fresh Art Fair in London. He was name one of the most interesting photographers of this times. Brooks Jensen, editor in chief of the American magazine "LensWork", declared that Rouse does not take pictures of the world, he makes pictures of his soul.
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