An eye for an eye Photography - Cédric Brion
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Characteristics of the Photography “An eye for an eye”

Year of creation2023
Dimensions90 W × 60 H × 0.1 D   cm
Type of artphotography
Styleblack and white
Genreportrait
Type of packagingart tube

Description of the Artwork “An eye for an eye”

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This 2023 art photograph by Cédric Brion is a limited edition of 10 copies plus 1 artist's proof, demonstrating the exclusivity of this work. Made on 310 grams Fine Art Mat Museum Heritage paper, it has a 1 cm white border, perfect for framing under a mat. This 90 by 60 cm work is delivered rolled up in a tube, offering optimal protection for an unframed work.

An eye for an eye

Cédric BrionBelgium
Original photo, 90×60 cm, 2023
$812USD
Number of limited edition copies: 10
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About the artist
Cédric Brion

Cédric Brion, Belgium

Biography. My name is Cédric Brion. I was born in 1978 in Belgium, in the suburbs of Mons, where I currently live. As I have always been interested in the plastic arts, I started to develop my taste for photography at the age of 18. My first tool was a silver camera, which I developed in the darkness of my room. After several years of research and experience, I was able to approach the world of professional photography, thanks to various competitions and work done for the business world... Motivation and vision. My fascination with creating portraits in a dark, even noir, atmosphere comes from my early child-hood, because since I was a child I have always been fascinated by fantastic and dark worlds, I try to create portraits that transport the viewer into another universe. I like to see my portraits as windows to imaginary worlds. From the darkness of the soul, a clarity can emerge that overwhelms me. Light that is too bright often dazzles, darkness magnifies it. I like to capture these contrasts in my portraits, and ancient civilizations have always been one of my sources of inspiration. I want my portraits to appeal to people, so that they can see themselves in them and recognize themselves.

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