Close-up portrait of Max Roach, 1999, Edition of 3. Silver gelatin print printed on Warmtone Glossy Fiberbase and mounted on 3mm diebond.
This image is only available pre-framed to Martins specifications. White-washed maple frame with 1/2″ spacer and plexi as glazing. Built-in wooden cleat for hanging. Window on back for an authenticated signature sticker.
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|Image Size||50 x 61.5|
|Frame Size||52 x 64|
|Frame Style||1/2” spacer with plexi|
|Frame Color||White-washed maple frame|
|Paper Type||Warmtone Glossy Fiberbase|
Martin Schoeller (German, b. 1968) is an award-winning portrait photographer renowned for extreme- close up portraits. Familiar faces are treated with the same levels of scrutiny as the un-famous. The unknown and the too-well-known meet on a level platform that enables comparison, where a viewer’s existing notions of celebrity, value, and honesty are challenged. His work gained recognition for its strong visual impact and since 1998, his work has appeared in Rolling Stone, National Geographic, TIME, GQ, Esquire, Entertainment Weekly, and The New York Times Magazine, among other publications. Schoeller joined Richard Avedon as a contributing portrait photographer at the New Yorker in 1999, where he continues to produce award-winning images. His portraits are exhibited and collected internationally, including in several solo exhibitions in Europe and the United States and are included in the permanent collection of the National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. He studied at Lette Verein in Berlin and lives and works in New York City.