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Hometown Hues 7 Photograph - Limited Edition of 12

Edward Aninaru

United States

Photography, Color on Paper

Size: 11.8 W x 17.9 H x 0.1 D in

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From the series "Hometown Hues" shot on film Signature and Certificate of Authenticity Limited edition prints are made on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Paper · Acid-free with a pH-value between 7,5 and 9,5 · Neutral and vegan sizing · Calcium carbonate buffer of at least 4% to neutralize air pollutants · Lignin-free (free of wood fibres) · Made from pure water and bleached (tcf/ecf) α-cellulose or linters Two more sizes available:

 19.7 W x 29.9 H inch - Edition of 10 - $3,110
 15.7 W x 23.9 H inch - Edition of 10 - $2,670

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Photography:Color on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:12

Size:11.8 W x 17.9 H x 0.1 D in

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Edward Aninaru is a highly acclaimed photographer hailing from Bucharest, Romania, where he was born and raised. He completed his education at the School of Fine Arts Bucharest, and in 2007, Edward discovered his passion for photography, setting him on a remarkable artistic journey. Renowned for his ability to blend commercial style with artistic form, Edward has garnered praise for his distinctive approach. His artistic vision extends to the realm of fashion, where he skillfully combines artistic aesthetics with stylish flair. What sets Edward apart is his exceptional talent for uncovering the hidden beauty in the ordinary and unveiling the extraordinary in ways that others may not perceive. Edward is now based in Los Angeles, California, where he has established himself as a highly sought-after photographer. Throughout his career, he has worked with an impressive array of clients, including prestigious publications such as Vogue, Harper's Bazaar or Cosmopolitan. In addition, Edward has collaborated with renowned artists and celebrities like Celine Dion, Ne-Yo or Jay Sean. His work has also been featured by esteemed record labels such as Capitol Records and Sony Music. One of Edward's latest significant accomplishments was his exhibition titled "The Red Thread," held in Iasi in 2023 together with other artists from different fields. This exhibition was born from the concept that photography and film differ in the manifestation of time when the innovative concept of Photographic Prose was introduced, enabling him to create a unique artistic expression and explore a new dimension of storytelling. Each NFT (Non-Fungible Token) within the exhibition represents a complex and dynamic story, blending the boundaries between image, sound, and film into a cohesive and captivating work of art. Through "The Red Thread" project, Edward bridges the gap between traditional analog photography and the digital medium, presenting a harmonious convergence of both worlds. Edward Aninaru's artistic talent, his ability to merge various styles seamlessly, and his commitment to exploring meaningful themes through his work have cemented his reputation as an extraordinary photographer. His images capture the essence of the human experience, evoking emotions and prompting viewers to reflect on the stories that lie beneath the surface.

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