Unique piece of photoart that is both amazingly decorative but also has a deep political message – Photo manipulation – political statement art.
The illegal killing of elephants for ivory is driven and sustained by demand from consumers who are willing to pay for illegal ivory and was estimates to over 22,000 illegally killed elephants in 2012.
What others say about my work
Interested in conceptual approaches to the construction of a photograph, the Norwegian photographer Brede masterfully manipulates the tools of digital transformation to create a picture of an elephant crumbling before our eyes. Conceived as an crumbling edefice, Brede brings to the fore the processes of extinction afflicted upon elephants.
– OnGallery, London, UK
Why not visit Hotel Gotham in Manchester, UK, and see the artwork in exclusive surroundings.
Chromogenic (C-Type) Print on Kodak Pro Endura photo paper (250 g/m²) using Océ LightJet laser exposure system. The paper is extremely color stable and is recognized as the brand’s leading paper. The print include a white border to allow for future matting and framing. Rolled in art secured tube.
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