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EDITIONS #2 | Dancers on Rooftops: 2.3 Tiago

EDITIONS #2 | Dancers on Rooftops: 2.3 Tiago

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Low stock: 4 left

Dimensions / Editions / Prices

A3 | Edition of 13 | £95 (print) / £160 (framed)
A2 | Edition of 8 | £145 (print) / £255 (framed)
A1 | Edition of 5 | £220 (print) / £355 (framed)

Dimensions
A3 | 29.7cm x 42cm | 11.7" x 16.5"
A2 | 42cm x 59.4cm | 16.5" x 23.4"
A1 | 59.4cm x 84.1cm | 23.4" x 33.1"

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All papers and wood-based materials are made in Germany and sourced from Forestry Stewardship Council-certified sustainable sources(FSC®-certified).

Prints are made with museum-quality Giclée printing (specialised high-resolution inkjet printer), presented on acid-free 308 gsm Hahnemühle Photorag art paper, with guaranteed 100+ years of archival life. Hahnemühle is the world’s oldest mill, producing fine-art papers for 500+ years.
The super matt finish of Hahnemüle Photorag makes it one of the most popular papers amongst artists, illustrators & photographers alike. The paper gives muted blacks with even colour reproduction and excellent detail. The surface has minimal texture with a chalky smooth cotton feel which creates smooth colour gradients. It has a delicate surface, so it's recommended to have extra care when handling.

Provenance

All prints include:

  • My signature and edition number on the front of the print
  • A unique signed & numbered Certificate of Authenticity

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Orders are dispatched within 3-5 days working days. Thereafter, they should arrive within 1 to 4 days to the UK/Europe, in 2 to 5 days to North America and 5 to 7 days for Australia/New Zealand. Other destinations may vary - please allow up to 2 weeks for delivery. Once your order is shipped, you will receive a tracking number via email.

My printing company is 100% carbon neutral and all our packaging is environment friendly whilst still ensuring your artwork gets to you in perfect condition. Plastics are kept to a minimum and all packaging materials are sustainably sourced, being a mixture of recycled, recyclable or biodegradable materials - and that includes the stickers, tape, compostable bubble wrap as well as the frame edge protectors used.

Shipping prices
UK / EU: £10 prints / £20 frames
EEA: £15 prints / £25 frames
North America: £15 prints / £25 frames
ROW £25 prints / £40 frames

2.3 Tiago Martins for 'Dancers on Rooftops' | Nov 13, 2021 | Graça, Lisbon, Portugal

"I live consciously in my body ever since I was able to use it for purest functions and actions like standing or walking. To me, it was always a tool of vocabularies; technical or expressive. I use it to compete against others, to express an idea, to communicate a state or to develop function, capacity or self-development. As a teacher, a spectator and a practitioner - the body is a vehicle of physical, intellectual and artistic expression, and movement is the language that connects and brings together all of these tools through me. I do it because it represents who I am.
I was away from Lisbon for almost ten years and without noticing, I began to miss it so much. That meant that I was in love with it because you only miss what you love, what's important, what's remarkable and what's fulfilling for you. Lisbon started to be part of me and I was not even aware of it.
I love the patchwork of textures, colours, shapes, lines, and layers. The confront between the new and the old, the polite and the rude, the light and the shadows, the familiar and the mysterious. And always, the tribute that the city pays to the past; to the poets, the artists, the voices; The ones who dove into the rivers to celebrate the future."
― Tiago Martins

A day after my arrival in Lisbon, I took a Street Art tour with Alice Motta, a friend of a friend. We finished at Lisbon's highest point, Miradouro da Senhora do Monte. We looked at the city in all its glory, but I explained to Alice how the viewpoint we were at isn't that great because it was blocked by the buildings in front of us. I argued that a building on the left has a much better view.
– "It would be a perfect roof for my 'Dancers on Rooftops' project", I said.
– "Let's go there and ask if we can shoot there" Alice replied, and to my surprise, we were on that roof 3 days later with local dancer / mover Tiago, taking photos for DoR.
― Ben Hopper
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