Tamaki at Rawling’s Conservatory 1 and 2 Baltimore, MD 2015 8x10 Chromogenic Color Prints on Fujicolor Crystal Archive Luster Paper
introducing my very first successful c-prints! i’ve been working in my own little color darkroom for the past three weeks and i’ve got to admit i absolutely love the process. i’m going to brag for a quick second and say i’m surprisingly a natural at it?! major sadness regarding the fact that i will only have access to the omnia processor until this may, but i’m going to try and pack as much work as i can into these remaining four months.
This is the 6th most expensive photograph ever sold at $2.7 million US dollars. |x|
“In horror stories or fairy tales, the fascination with the morbid is also, at least for me, a way to prepare for the unthinkable…That’s why it’s very important for me to show the artificiality of it all, because the horrors of the world are unwatchable, and they’re too profound. It’s much easier to absorb – to be entertained by it, but also to let it affect you psychologically – if it’s done in a fake, humorous, artificial way.”