These photographic works have set a precedent, created new urban aesthetics and invented symbols...
Bibliothèque nationale de France
Library of Congress
Laminated on Dibond (a 0,11 inch sandwich aluminum composite panel)
Framed without glazing so as to avoid reflections
Laminated on a black superior foam board
About Us ?
We are two photography lovers with two closely related professions. A graphic designer specialized in digital restoration and reissuing images via new technologies, along with a art conservator* who has worked in museums and acquired substantial experience in the photographic documentation of cultural heritage. * Centre G. Pompidou, Getty Conservation Institute and Vatican Museums.
How it all began ?
If fate existed... Strolling through a flea market we found a photograph we were not looking for, from a photographer whom we believed to be unknown...
The photograph in question was a cropped work by Berenice Abbot probably taken in the 50’s for a movie set. Above and beyond being an amazing shot in view of its framing and graphics, the the size, warmth and quality of this exceptional reedition attracted our particular attention. It was a single print hard to find these days.
What ideas surfaced from this story ?
- To follow the path of passion and photography combining both ancient and modern techniques.
- To reveal exceptional works from major art collections that are often overlooked or poorly reprinted.
- To create quality reprints with photographic papers that reflect the soul and history of each image.
Where are we located ?
After many experiences in the United States, France or Italy, we have chosen to move to Barcelona where our offices and photographic laboratory is situated since 2009. You can contact us +34 619 766 343 and we’ll be happy to answer your questions.