Sunday is closed by Michele Vittori
The artwork is sold with a certificate of authenticity that is numbered and signed by the artist. It is a museum quality fine art print on 100% alpha cellulose Hahnemüehle Fine Art Baryta 325g paper. Colour stability is provided by 9 UltraChrome, UV resistant K3 pigment inks. The print format includes a white border around the work.
7 day lead time for a single print and 15 days for a print with a floater frame or Dibond® mounting.
€ 553.89 – € 1,438.12 inc. VAT
Michele Vittori (Rome, 1980) specialises in landscape documentary photography. He began studying photography in 2008 attending “Graffiti” school and “Officine Fotografiche” in Rome. His research focuses on the central Italian Apennines and inland areas emphasising the relationship between man and territory. Since 2015 he has contributed to the “Limine” collective, with his photographic series entitled “La montagna di Roma”. The project, supervised by Massimo Siragusa, was presented at “Officine Fotografiche” and a limited edition has been published. Since 2017 he has contributed to “Lo stato delle Cose”, a project documenting the earthquake of 2016 in the centre of Italy. He collaborates with magazines and editorial projects and has presented his photos in exhibitions and festivals.
Interview for Ultrashop: More about Michele Vittori