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December 11, 2009
If you collect contemporary photography, you’ll be delighted to discover the eclectic, remarkable and affordable prints for sale online at Lens Culture Editions: www.lensculture.com/store.
Lens Culture Editions have been purchased by curators of large international collections in the US and Europe; art directors at world-famous photography magazines; the founder of a top-100 internet site; and many individual collectors and photographers. Serious collectors have acquired 3 or 4 prints at a time, and many return to discover and buy more.
We feature artists from all over the world, including the US, Russia, Germany, France, Poland, Norway, and South Korea. Many of these photographers have had monograph books of their work published recently, and most have shown in solo or group international exhibitions in 2009.
Myoung Ho Lee, from South Korea, had his first solo show in America at the Yossi Milo Gallery in New York City earlier this year. Another one of our featured artists, Ingar Krauss, is represented by galleries in four major world cities: New York (Marvelli), Paris, Milan and Atlanta. His series of portraits of young inmates in Russian juvenile prisons was praised by Vince Aletti of the New Yorker: “Krauss’s adolescent subjects are variously stoic, sad, wounded, and defiant; all are unforgettable."
Lens Culture Editions are original prints by photographers whose work we admire, whose images have been featured in Lens Culture magazine, and whose prints adorn the walls of our very own homes and offices. We live with these photographs, and continue to enjoy and appreciate them every day!
Each archival quality print is created exclusively for Lens Culture. Every print is numbered and signed by the artist (or in the case of the 1920's glass-negative portraits of Stefania Gurdowa, are signed and numbered by the trustee foundation in Krakow). We pack each order carefully and ship it promptly via FedEx.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to invest in wonderful work by important contemporary artists from throughout the globe.
Jim Casper, editor