Lithography on Rives BFK 270 gr paper
100 × 56,5 cm
Edition of 50 copies, signed and numbered by the artist
about Jean-Marc Bustamante
In the late 1970s, Jean-Marc Bustamante was one of the pioneers of large-format color photography. His series paradoxically entitled Paintings began a new way of creating and thinking about photography, also visible in the photographers of the Düsseldorf School and the Vancouver School.
Since the early 1980s, he has expanded his work from photography, which he continues to practice and exhibit, to sculpture, installations and more recently painting (represented by silkscreen prints on monumental Plexiglas plates).