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44 rue Monsieur le Prince – Alban Duchateau

By 22 December 2017April 6th, 2022Unclassified

The work made for the visual artist and graphic designer Alban Duchateau is a complex one that represents an aerial and stylized view of 44, rue Monsieur le Prince in Paris.

It was created on the principle of light boxes and is composed of an alternation of three elements: a sandblasted mirror on the tain, a transparent sandblasted glass on the face and the tain and a sandblasted mirror on the face with a variation of the same pattern.

A backlighting system has been integrated into the box, which gives an aspect of depth and mise en abyme.


The work was shown at the opening of Tomsky’s exhibition at BETC on October 2015

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