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David Burdeny
Iceberg IV, Greenland by David Burdeny

2017

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Archival Pigment Print - UNFRAMED 21 x 26 inches - edition of 7 32 x 40 inches - edition of 7 44 x 55 inches - edition of 10 59 x 79.5 inches – edition of 5 Ask us for custom framing options. CHROMA presents David Burdeny, limited edition prints, with a certificate of authenticity, signed by the artist and signature label. Canadian star photographer, David Burdeny has explored a variegated photographic landscape ranging from minimal seascapes, ornate European interiors to abstract aerial images. Be it leaning out from a low flying helicopter, shooting from the deck of an Antarctic bound icebreaker, or wading in hip-waders for an ocean tide to advance, Burdeny faithfully imbeds his own formal and minimalist signature into each image, further expressing a lifelong passion for the built environment and the camera’s interpretation of it. Burdeny’s photography takes the viewer on a visual journey through some of the world’s most iconic cities while his vast aerial photographs serve to build bridges of empathy to sensitive landscapes and ecosystems of our world in a way that is both beautiful and thought provoking. “These works present my abiding interest in the thresholds that divide and connect the sea to land. I am fascinated with the quality of light and the spatial immensity of the ocean. I have enormous reverence for feeling so small in the presence of something so vast, where perspective, scale, time, and distance momentarily become intangible. Photographing as a process of clarifying this quality, I work towards creating formalized, liminal spaces. The glory lies not in this act of clarification or reduction, but in the experience of what is left – sublime experience located in ordinary space: a slowly moving sky, the sun moving across a boulder surface or seafoam swirling around a pylon. Exposed under the light of dusk and dawn, the shutter is held open for several minutes, recording the ocean and sky as it continuously repositions itself on the negative, a process both dependent upon and vulnerable to chance. The resultant image is an accretion of past and present. Each moment is layered over the moment immediately preceding it – a single image that embodies the weight of cumulative time and unending metamorphosis. “
  • Creator:
    David Burdeny (1968, Canadian)
  • Creation Year:
    2017
  • Dimensions:
    Height: 57 in (144.78 cm)Width: 73.5 in (186.69 cm)Depth: 0.1 in (2.54 mm)
  • More Editions & Sizes:
    21 x 26 inches , Edition of 5Price: $3,30032 x 40 inches, Edition of 5Price: $6,60044 x 55 inches, Edition of 5Price: $8,00057 x 73.5 inches, Edition of 5Price: $15,000
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  • Framing:
    Framing Options Available
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  • Gallery Location:
    New York City, NY
  • Reference Number:
    1stDibs: LU1014312124642
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