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Fabrizio Alzati

Downtown Study I, 2013

Photography : fine art print 20 x 27 cm


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Fabrizio Alzati, Downtown Study I

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Artwork sold in perfect condition

Available also in other dimensions, please feel free to ask us: - Image 20x27 cm - Sheet 21x29,7cm - ed.15+3AP: 350€ - Sheet 30x40cm - ed.11 +3AP: 500€ - Sheet 70x100cm - ed.7 + 2AP: 1500€ - Sheet 120x150cm - ed.3 + 1AP: 3000€ Analogue Photography, digital print. Signed on verso. This artwork is also available in different sizes, please feel free to ask further information. ArtSecure Packaging, Insured shipping with international courier and tracking code.
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About the seller
Professional art gallery • Rome, Italy

Artsper seller since 2019

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Photography: fine art print
Dimensions cm inch
20 x 27 cm
Not framed
Numbered and limited to 15 copies
15 copies available
Artwork sold with an invoice from the gallery
Signed artwork




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Italian artists

Born in Milan in 1972, Fabrizio Alzati speaks fluent Italian, English, and Japanese. After 8 years spent as a graphic artist in Italy, he moved to Japan where he lived for 6 years as a project manager for a firm of architects in Tokyo. His love of photography was rekindled when he moved to Kyoto, a city that fascinated him because of marvelous natural environment surrounding it. His documentary style pays increasing attention to landscape and locations where the synergy between man and environment is strong.

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