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Ten Tamil vidi – Limited Edition Contemporary Abstract Landscape Photograph by Gina Parr 
Photograph printed on 310gsm Hahnemuhele German Etching paper with archival ink.
Edition number 10
Image size: H:54.9 cm x W:36.6 cm
Complete Size of Unframed Work: H:59.4 cm x W:42 cm x D:0.1cm
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Gina Parr Ten Tamil Vidi Limited Edition Photographic Print of 10 Image Size: 54.9 x 36.6 cm This is one work Sold Unframed Ten Tamil vidi - Limited Edition Photograph by Gina Parr from a Series of Photographs taken in Sri Lanka early in 2019 and Exhibited at Renata Maiblum Gallery, Copenhagen. Additional images shown of Parr's earlier photographic series give an idea of how you can create a collection of Gina Parr's photographs with examples of different framing. Images shown are of smaller size 42 x 29.7 cm photographs. ( No longer available ) When she is traveling and away from her painting studio, Parr uses a camera as her way of ‘painting’ whilst on the move, Often mistaken as reproductions of her paintings, her photographs are Original Limited Edition pieces. Limited Edition of 10 Digital Photograph printed on 59 .4 x 42 cm 310gsm Hahnemuhele German Etching paper using archival ink. Image size 54.9 x 36.6 cm. Titled and numbered bottom left, signed and dated bottom right. Sent rolled in acid free tissue paper in a sturdy tube. Renata Maiblum says of Parr's work: Gina Parr´s approach is a microcosm of surface, fragments of diversity founded on variety of exteriors; some human made, others adopting form by natural causes. Their very strong presence lends them the appearance of enlarged particles, those vibrant atoms of the country. The images exist by themselves, without need for definitions or description and, with their tactile and lively texture, seem as paintings. Parr removes from the viewers the possibility of knowing what the images really are; and her practice is to expose a world of illusions where the viewer self experiences the works purely by their visuality and not by their predeterminate definitions.