Perfect Lie small size

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The artwork Perfect Lie in limited edition small size. The artwork is printed on a museum quality paper with a white border around the image. Signed and numbered by the artist. World wide shipping included in price.
Created 2019

1,400.00

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Technical specifications

 

Prints in edition: 9 + 2 artist proofs
Attributes: Signed and numbered delivered with a certificate of authenticity. Hologram attached to the print and a certificate.
Print size: 80 x 56 cm (31,4 x 22 inch.)
Image size: 72 x 48 cm (28,3 x 18,8 inch.)
Border size: White border around image of 4cm (1,57 inch.) Signature and the edition number are written on the white border.
Paper quality: Museum-quality, age resistant paper, Hahnemühle Photo Rag Baryta 315g 100% cotton.
Shipping: Shipped rolled in a hard protective roll and box. World wide shipping included.

 

Artwork story

 

I find it interesting how we observe and follow each other’s lives today. We support our closest family in real life; we see their struggle; we hear about their problems and see their success. But most people’s lives we see through a screen with pictures and videos, and most of the time, we see fractions and selected angles of other people’s worlds. Not just Influencers, but particularly them, because of the reach and impact, holds a huge responsibility to craft their words and what they choose to share – carefully. What’s the consequence of sharing a perfect world without pain and suffering that all people feel?  I created this artwork because I wanted to show that most of what we see on social media is a lie. Lying to someone is not always making things up; it’s also leaving things out. It’s a Perfect Lie.

 

Artist recognition for this artwork

 

Gold – Swedish Championships, Commercial category, 2019
Silver – International Photography Awards, Self-Promotion category, 2019
Honorable Mention – International Photography Awards, Deeper Perspective, 2019