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Signed & Framed - "Liquid Acid" by Dietmar Eckell

Signed & Framed - "Liquid Acid" by Dietmar Eckell

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• Fine art A1 print (594 x 841mm)
• 170g Paper / Profi Bulk / matt coated / woodfree 
• Offset printed at Pinguin Druck in Berlin
• Signed by the artists
• Only 10 pieces available!

The signed print comes with a high-quality aluminium frame by Nielsen.
Size: 59.4 x 84.1 cm - DIN A1

For over 30 years, Nielsen has been processing and refining light metal to the highest perfection and is today the market leader in the field of aluminium frame profiles.

• High-quality, edge-ground acrylic glass guarantees safe picture changing without the risk of injury. Enjoy your pictures glare-free and brilliant
• MDF back panel - the acid-free 170g/m² inlay board provides long-term protection
• Serrated hangers on the back allow the frame to be hung straight

About this artwork:
Dietmar Eckell / "Liquid Acid #840crop3" / January 2021 / Bangkok

Signed: November 2021

"The photo series that I make, are usually taken in remote places. It may be a quiet island in the Pacific, or a remote clearance in a tropical jungle. Sometimes I travel several days to reach a special location. It was therefore challenging when I found out that I had to go into strict quarantine after returning to Bangkok - locked in a room of a state authorized hotel. Luckily I had a room with river view and I spent hours just looking at the change of light and waves on the water. Especially at night the reflections, when colourfully neon-lit boats pass by, are beautiful. Then I ordered a 600mm lens to capture these reflections. The Chao Phraya River is one of the dirtiest rivers in the world, a brown broth during the day. But at night, looking through the tele lens, the always changing lights were really mesmerizing. Soon I started to recognize the sound of the boats and I focused the perfect waves and reflections. Then I just pulled the trigger and must have taken a few thousand shots from the same position - yet, every picture is different. There is no editing in the images - it's just the view out of the quarantine window, photographed with 1/80 and high ISO."

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