Transfiguration: 'Garance Hubert-Samson and Lucie Roux' - C-Type Print (OE)

Regular price £200.00

I did a photo-shoot with a bunch of students from French circus school CNAC who were here as part of an exchange. At the end of the shoot I asked them if they want to take part in a new project called Transfiguration, where they’ll be posing naked with body paint.
They all declined.
Two of them approached me, it was Garance Hubert-Samson & Lucie Roux. They told me they can’t pose together because they both ‘base’. Base is the person on the floor who supports the ‘flyer’, the acrobat who’s doing the handstands / crazy shit... it’s like two yins without the yang. They also said they REALLY don’t feel comfortable posing naked. There was a moment of silence and then they said: “So that’s why we really want to try it.”

A year later when I exhibited the project in London, a Lithuanian lady and her mother bought the main exhibition print of Garance & Lucie.
The mother said it's both of them, and the mother is hugging her daughter from behind and protecting her.
They both had tears in their eyes ...and then I did.

Sometimes when I doubt my work this happens and I get to think I might be doing something meaningful after all.

Garance Hubert-Samson and Lucie Roux for Transfiguration (2014)

Available in 4 common standard A sizes:
A4: 21 x 29.7cm (8.3" x 11.7")
A3: 29.7 x 42cm (11.7" x 16.5")
A2: 42 x 59.4cm (16.5" x 23.4")
A1: 59.4 x 84.1cm (23.4" x 33.1")

Museum-quality C-type print on 231gsm Fuji Crystal semi-matt archive paper. Smooth texture, bright white paper tone with a slight sheen-satin finish.
Good to know: C-type is the most common print used by the majority of professional photographers, galleries and museums worldwide. C-type print's "Life Expectancy", before noticeable fade occurs, ranges between 40 to over 200 years, depending on the amount of sunlight the print absorbs (it's always recommended to position prints away from direct sunlight).

Printed in London.
Worldwide shipping using trackable service.
Please note this is an Open Edition print; It is not a part of a limited edition and it is not signed by Ben Hopper, which makes it more affordable (the "OE" in the title stands for "Open Edition").