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Publisher: Annandale-on-Hudson, New York: Blind Spot and Photo-Based Art, Inc., 2011
Edition: 1st Edition
Item #: 108166
Price is net to all; promotional discounts do not apply. 100% OF SALE PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT BLIND SPOT.
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An original, signed digital pigment print, "Oakland Fire #116-91," 1991 (11.7 x 16.55 inches), from an edition of 25.
From the publisher: "In October 1991, immediately following the catastrophic firestorm which struck the Oakland and Berkeley Hills, Richard Misrach (American, b. 1949), ventured into the fire zone with his 8 x 10-inch view camera. Misrach roamed the devastated area, recording both stark vistas and intimate details of destroyed homes. Out of respect for the victims of the fire--which killed twenty-five people, injured 150 others, and destroyed nearly three thousand homes--Misrach's images have remained mostly unexhibited for the last twenty years." IMPORTANT NOTE: It is our policy to not share customer contact information. Since this is a special limited edition, Blind Spot would like to keep a record of those who make a purchase. If you prefer that we not share your contact information with Bind Spot, please let us know by making a note in the "Special Instructions" section of the order form.