RANCINAN @ Opera Gallery London

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RANCINAN
XXL
18th March – 3rd April 2014

Opera Gallery London is proud to present Gérard RANCINAN’s monumental art photography in London.
The exhibition XXL consists of five monumental photographs, from the Trilogy of the Moderns series. All photographs are unique pieces, numbered 1/1.
The photographs presented are all fine art argentic prints on great scale: from 2.80 meters up to 4.70 meters! The very specific printing process is possible only in a single photo-lab located in Düsseldorf, Germany. The scale and format, unique in the world, make these photographs treasured artworks for the collector.
For XXL, Rancinan chose to exhibition five of these breath-taking monumental photographs together for the first time ever: at Opera Gallery London, in the heart of London’s arty neighbourhood Mayfair. This exhibition is therefore a rare opportunity for the photography collector and lover.
These XXL photographs have travelled the world. Indeed, before being brought together at Opera Gallery London, they were exhibition in museums all over the globe: the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, France; the Triennale Museum in Milan, Italy; the Danubiana Contemporary Art Museum in Bratislava, Slovakia; the Musée des Arts et Métiers in Paris, France; etc. After London, their next destination will be the Himalayas Museum of Contemporary Art in Shanghai, China and the Oscar Niemeyer Museum in Curitiba, Brazil.

Opera Gallery London Ltd
134 New Bond Street
London W1S 2TF

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