Mirages #10, 2020

Javier Rey

Photography : color edition, archival pigment print 29.5 x 21.7 inch

$900

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Javier Rey, Mirages #10

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Edition of 5 + 1AP Other sizes are available Small size: 55 cm H x 40 cm W Edition of 7 + 1AP Large size: 123.5 cm H x 90 cm W Edition of 2 + 1AP All prices are quoted as "inicial price" and may change due to current sales. The idea of the monumental, utopian and modern city is constantly debated due to its own fragility. The idealization of the city is weak and vulnerable, threatened by the rudeness of its inhabitants. Mirages is a project that interprets this unrealizable idea of the city, creating a route of buildings that seem to float unpolluted, breaking the uniformity of the sky and integrating into it like castles of glass, where contemporary society deposits the idea of unattainable perfection. These crystalline masses reflect the sky as if they were above all things, camouflaging themselves, creating a bridge between the natural and the artificial. Javier Rey is a Colombian artist & photographer. His work has been shown in many collective exhibitions, one solo exhibition and several international art fairs such as ArtLima (Peru), Scope Art Fair (Miami) and La Feria Del Millón (Colombia). Rey's work has also appeared in books such as "Unlocked", by the Greek collective Atopos, and was chosen as one of the 145 most relevant visual artists and photographers on the web in 2015. His photographs in which he explores the physical structure and the possibilities of sculpture through photography have been featured in several publications in Colombia, USA, Mexico, Germany, Spain, Denmark and other countries.
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The Art Design Project - Art Gallery • Miami Beach, United States

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Medium
Photography: color edition, archival pigment print
Dimensions cm inch
29.5 x 21.7 inch
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Not framed
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Numbered and limited to 5 copies
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Navy blue

White

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Javier Rey

Javier Rey

Colombia • Born in: 1991

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Javier Rey is a Colombian artist & photographer. His work has been shown in many collective exhibitions, one solo exhibition and several international art fairs such as ArtLima (Peru), Scope Art Fair (Miami) and La Feria Del Millón (Colombia). Rey's work has also appeared in books such as "Unlocked", by the Greek collective Atopos, and was chosen as one of the 145 most relevant visual artists and photographers on the web in 2015. His photographs in which he explores the physical structure and the possibilities of sculpture through photography have been featured in several publications in Colombia, USA, Mexico, Germany, Spain, Denmark and other countries.

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