Antiportrait 2 (2016)
Colour photograph (Giclée) by ART GALLERY Le Beuan Bénic


  • Colour photograph (Giclée), Canvas
  • From a limited edition of 12
  • Size: 27.83 × 39.37 × 1.57 in (unframed) / 27.83 × 39.37 in (actual image size)
  • This artwork is sold unframed
  • Signed and numbered on the back
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100cm x 70.7cm
Each photography is created by Nicolas Le Beuan Bénic. The photography is printed on an acrylic sheet or Plexiglas with UV resistant ink. The wooden frame of 3 cm thick at the back of the photograph allows easy fixing on the wall. This frame has indented edges which gives a sense of lightness to photography.
Other sizes and medium ( plexiglas, paper , Aluminium ) are available please contact me and I will be happy to adapt the printing process to your collection.

We are not talking of a portrait in sculpture, but only in the two-dimensional art such as photography.

Nicolas Le Beuan Bénic, from portraits of the 19th and 20th centuries he disembodied, reveals perhaps a certain vanity in the art of a posed portrait ? Who are they ? asks to the dust ... These portraits reveal a fascinating mystery that stimulates our imagination.

Nicolas Le Beuan Bénic: "I do not think a lot about the meaning of my artistic work. This is often the observer who use their vision on my work. I wanted to push the process further in this series of portraits.

I am now a "antiportraitiste." If a collector wants its own antiportrait, I photograph it in my gallery and then erase his identity, as in this series of portraits "

Child, I have always been aesthetically sensitive to family portraits, but the presence of these looks was often too intense. I like the idea of a truly anonymous portrait that imposes no presence. "

The series of 12 numbered and signed photographs will be exhibited at the art gallery The Beuan Bénic throughout the month of May.

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