Print Sale: Carmen and Alec Soth Brighton Picture Hunt, 2010


C-type digital print on Fuji crystal archive matt paper 220gsm
10 x 12 inches
Edition of 50
Signed and numbered on reverse

£165 + p&p  (Photoworks Friends £132 + p&p)

This limited-edition print is part of the 2021 From the Vaults print sale, a fundraising print sale highlighting photographers that have been instrumental in our programme over the years.

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About this work:

Commissioned by Photoworks for Brighton Photo Biennial 2010: New Documents, curated by Martin Parr, renowned American photographer Alec Soth collaborated with his seven-year-old daughter, Carmen, to create a new body of work about Brighton. Exploring the city, Carmen took images that combine poetic and documentary sensibilities. Carmen enjoyed taking pictures of dogs best of all and this print demonstrates her low perspective and the freshness of her composition. Alec Soth is celebrated for his offbeat images, spurred by an avid curiosity, a wanderlust, and an openness to serendipity.

This limited-edition print was printed by theprintspace in 2010.


All orders will be posted by 17 December 2021.

© Carmen and Alec Soth, Brighton Picture Hunt, 2010

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