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Museum of Contemporary Photography: 2008 Fine Prints Now Available!

The Museum of Contemporary Photography at Columbia College in Chicago has announced the release of their 2008 line of limited edition fine art photography prints at its website store. Archival ink jet prints, lambda prints and C-prints are available in editions of 50 available prints per image. New artists include American photographers KayLynn Deveney and Greta Pratt, British artist Simon Roberts, Israeli photographer Orit Siman-Tov, and Dutch photographer Jan Theun van Rees. All prints are numbered and signed by the photographer.

Also, Luke Batten and Jonathan Sadler's collaborative work, New Catalogue, will be available. Their work has been featured on Photo-Eye, and has sold out on the photo-book reviewer's website.

From Photo-Eye:

"Using a methodology that both parallels and gently ridicules the concept of stock photo agencies, New Catalogue (artists Luke Batten and Jonathan Sadler) has created a series of original editions that tap into popular culture while expanding on traditional photographic genres. This book, their first, examines elements of American iconography that are at once hilarious and vaguely unsettling: “Big Ten Co-Eds with Ski Masks,” “Preppy Girls with BB Guns,” and “The Lost Cheerleaders” – each of which hints at a subconscious desire for danger in a sterile suburban setting."
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Each of the prints are $300 each plus $15 shipping. Visit the Museum of Contemporary Photography's website for more information.

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