35° 40' 23"North 139° 42' 6"East

by Algy Brinton

Edition of 5 - 50.0cm x 180.0cm x 1.5cm

€2,775

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    Type | Limited Edition
    Medium | Photography
    Style | Minimalistic
    Subject | Landscapes
    Year | 2017
    Edition | of 5
    Size | 50.0cm x 180.0cm x 1.5cm
    Ready to hang | Yes
    Signed | No
    Materials | Lambda c-type print on Fujiflex paper, face mounted under Perspex with Dibond back and subframe.
  • Rebecca Gordon

    The Insider Rebecca Gordon says:

    "Through his use of the highest resolution digital camera in the world, Algy Brinton has managed to capture landscapes like no one else. The viewer becomes immersed in these wonderful landscapes where the sense of scale is unavoidable. Within these works Algy explores the contentious relationship between man and nature and the resulting, unalterable landscapes, where man has permanently imprinted his presence for better or worse."

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    Need to know

    • Algy has taken photographs all over the world, from the Jungles of Africa to the deserts of the Middle East, the Arctic Circle and in a number of conflict zones.
    • In 2011, Third Millennium International published Algy’s first book, titled ‘Twice the Man’.
    • Algy's large scale prints make striking statement pieces.
  • 35° 40' 23"North 139° 42' 6"East

    Sake Barrels wrapped in straw. These are just a few of the sake barrels offered every year by the Meiji Jingu Sake Brewers Association and other brewers from around Japan who donate their sake as a sign of their deep respect for the souls of Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken, who are enshrined at the nearby Meiji Jingu Temple.

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    Algy Brinton

    Algy Brinton is a London based photographer who has captured societies across no less than five continents. Algy’s photographic projects often study the human condition through the landscapes they create.

    Having studied Photography at the London College of Printing, Algy has honed his skills further by assisting modern masters of photography - including Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones.

    Algy has worked closely on commission projects for a variety of clients, including Disney, The British Fashion Council and the BBC. In 2011 the artist published his first book, ‘Twice the Man’…

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