Dyptique 31, 2014.
Mobile photography from the artist's Polyptychs series. Limited edition of 5 plus an artist proof. Printed on 100% cotton Hahnemühle Paper. Certificate of authenticity.
The modus operandi is to transcend the imperceptible into contemplative. To find often hidden urban details and show them as paintings, to highlight microcosms so often frequented but so often unnoticed.
Quebec Region: Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada
Material & Colour: Printed on 100% cotton Hahnemühle paper with a smooth surface texture – Acid free with archival standards. Work sold unframed.
Printed image size: 7" x 3.5" - 18 cm x 9 cm.
Paper size: 10" x 8" - 25 cm x 20 cm.
After a childhood where his creativity is expressed through music, Erik Beck pursues a degree in photography and sculpture at Concordia University. Active in cinema and radio, he became a composer, actor and director in turn, and also signed several sound installations and performances.
Having learned photography at the school of film, where the process was slow and limiting, Beck has forged a visual language with which he still works today. Always eager to break the established codes, it is natural for him to turn to mobile photography, a new medium in full expansion and in recognition in manyinstitutions in visual arts.
Co-Founder of the Mouvement Art Mobile group (MAM), he has made several solo exhibitions and participated in group exhibitions in New York, San Francisco, Berlin, Montreal and Sherbrooke.
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