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Marie-Anne et Thierry Camail

Koyasan - Goshuincho, 2021

Photography : ink, HD print, Bamboo 15.7 x 15.7 x 0.4 inch


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Marie-Anne et Thierry Camail, Koyasan - Goshuincho

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Goshuincho in Japan - Mount Koyā southeast of Osaka with its 117 Buddhist temples. >> Awagami Bamboo 250g paper laminated on aluminum Dibond 2 mm >> Black American case >> Certificate of Authenticity
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Galerie d'art Chromia • Station des Rousses, France

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Dimensions cm inch
15.7 x 15.7 x 0.4 inch
Black wood floater frame
Artwork dimensions including frame
17.3 x 17.3 x 1.6 inch
Numbered and limited to 18 copies
10 copies available
Work sold with an invoice from the gallery and a certificate of authenticity
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Marie-Anne et Thierry Camail

Marie-Anne et Thierry Camail

France • Born in: 1960


African Aesthetic

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French artists

Marie-Anne and Thierry Camail are photographers and a couple, they have been working together since their teenage years. Their snapshots depict their many travels and are an invitation for meeting and exchanging. Marie-Anne and Thierry Camail took pictures of their mundane moments with the Maasai. They take spontaneous, natural and instinctive snapshots. The couple yearns to depict a culture which is different from ours. Due to their pictures, the spectator is able to immerse himself in a far-away universe, but at the same time feel close to them. Beauty and poetry envelope these pictures. Moreover, Marie-Anne and Thierry Camail have also done several reports for NGO, Terre des Hommes to name a few. They also worked for the Frankfurt Zoological Society magazine.
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