VIK MUNIZ | PORTRAIT OF ALICE LIDDELL, AFTER LEWIS CARROLL (FROM REBUS)
PORTRAIT OF ALICE LIDDELL, AFTER LEWIS CARROLL (FROM REBUS)
mural-sized chromogenic print, flush-mounted, signed and dated in ink on the photographer's studio label on the reverse, framed, 2004, no. 5 in an edition of 6 plus 4 artist's proofs
image: 96 by 69⅝ in. (243.8 by 176.8 cm.)
framed: 100 by 73¾ in. (254 by 187.3 cm.)
While this large chromogenic print has not been examined out of its frame, it appears to be in overall excellent condition. The colors remain bright and saturated with no apparent fading.
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Galería Fortes Vilaça, São Paulo, 2004
Pedro Corrêa do Lago, ed., Vik Muniz, Obra Completa, 1987-2009, Catalogue Raisonné (Rio de Janeiro, 2009), p. 510