Bee Shoots the Sun
Bee Shoots the Sun photograph by Olivier Pin-Fat.
In 1994 Hyper Magazine commissioned Olivier Pin-Fat to shoot a series of photographs of Bee in a burnt out building that was destroyed in the Bangkok riots of 1992.
In August 2009, photographs from the session went on show in The HyperZone Exhibition at the WhiteSpace Gallery in Bangkok.
More on the session - www.thebeenow.com/hyperzone/
254 x 381 mm - 10" x15 " inches.
limited edition run of 200.
A card, numbered & signed by Bee will be sent separately.
245 x 381 mm - 10" x15 " inches.
Olivier Pin-Fat was born in England in 1969 to immigrant parents. He left Great Britain on a one way ticket to Bangkok at the age of 23 to pursue ('photographic') engagements with the ‘unknown’. From 1998 until 2008, he was a member of ‘Gallery VU’ and ‘Agence VU’ in Paris.
His work has been exhibited widely in Europe and Asia.
In May 2009, his book “DEAD LIGHT, BONE DRY” was shortlisted for “The European Publishers Award for Photography”.
Matt or Semi-Gloss available:
Giclée Professional Print on
Hahnemühle Photo Rag Paper
The super matt finish of Hahnemüle Photorag 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 take extra care when handling.
Semi-Gloss is: A great all-round paper, chosen for its photographic aesthetics, vibrant colour reproduction, high contrast and robust feel. Its semi gloss, flat surface lends the artwork a photographic feel, combined with the subtle painterly feel of a Giclée fine art print. Our most lightweight paper of all Giclées. The surface is resin coated making it our strongest paper.
Postage: If you buy more than one print of this, or any other prints, the postage on subsequent orders will be FREE ( based on the postage cost of biggest print). However, this website will charge postage on each print, so we will reimburse you the extra amount charged.
Read about the photo shoot, exhibition& see more shots: