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Vincent Dixon
Borneo 2: photograph of urban city architecture landscape, Southeast Asia

2011

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This photograph is from among Vincent Dixon's series created in Borneo, Myanmar, Paris, Pushkar, Los Angeles, New York, London, Miami, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Milan, Barcelona, Madrid, São Paulo, and many other sites across the globe. With his sensitive portraits that turn strangers into intimates, offbeat compositions that raise more questions than they answer, and insightful observations about the connectedness of humanity, Dixon blurs the lines between commercial and fine art photography with a creativity and wit uniquely his own. This photograph was exhibited at The Curtis, Philadelphia, 2018. It is signed, dated, and numbered in the lower margin on the front. Edition of 15. Image size 11" x 14", paper size 19" x13". Dixon has maintained a professional fine art and commercial photography practice for over thirty years. He began his career in Paris, where he was awarded some of the most highly visible advertising campaigns in Europe, including Absolut Europe and Perrier. His work has earned Gold, Silver, and Bronze at the Cannes Lions Festival; Gold, Silver, and Bronze at the Clio Awards; multiple Epica Awards; a Lucie Award; the Grand Prix Stratégies de la Publicité in France; and a Pencil from D&AD Professional Awards. He has also been honored at the International Creativity Festival, the French Art Director's Club, and the London International Awards. Dixon has been featured in Photo District News and Creativity Magazine, and his work is regularly seen in Luerzer's Archive and Communication Arts. He is represented in New York, London, Paris, and Barcelona, and continues to travel the globe working on campaigns that have included Adidas, Hermès, Toyota, Visa, PlayStation, McDonalds, Pepsi, Motorola, and many others. Self portrait by Vincent Dixon; b&w portrait photo by Matt Zugale.
  • Creator:
    Vincent Dixon (1961, Irish)
  • Creation Year:
    2011
  • Dimensions:
    Height: 11 in (27.94 cm)Width: 14 in (35.56 cm)
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  • Gallery Location:
    Bryn Mawr, PA
  • Reference Number:
    1stDibs: LU1416211610252
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