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Limited Edition Jump, 2007 Print by Gabriela Herman

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Add this limited edition, framed 20"x24" print of Jump, 2007 from Gabriela Herman's Self Portraits series to your personal art collection!

Artist: Gabriela Herman
Title: Jump, 2007
Medium: Print; archival, chromogenic print on a semi-matte paper with a longevity of 100+ years under normal light condition
Edition: Edition of 25
Height (inches): 24
Width (inches): 20

Description of piece:
Gabriela Herman Jump, 2007 from the series Self Portraits This image was taken while I was living in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and It was during this period that my interest in self portraiture really grew. I often felt isolated during this time, and would often pick up my camera and set out on a creative journey; a certain light seeping into the bedroom, or an empty city street could ignite a spark and get me taking pictures. I spotted the white hanging socks in this image first, and knew that there was some sort of picture there. When I take pictures of myself, it is an exhaustive task that often ends with my heart pounding and my body covered in sweat. I jump, I dance, and I run back and forth between the scene and the camera until I feel I’ve worked out every possible angle. This image captures this fleeting, freeing moment and represents the idea of everything being up in the air.

Artist bio:
Gabriela Herman was born in Newton, MA and settled in Brooklyn, NY after enriching her photographic palette through her many experiences living abroad. She learned to eat crepes in the cafes of France, get lost in the zocalos of Mexico, and dance samba in the streets of Brazil, all with camera in hand. Post college, Wesleyan University, with her dual US-Brazilian citizenship, she relocated to Sao Paulo for four years, where she began her professional career as a photographer.


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  • Each image is printed with a minimum 1/4" border to allow for framing.
  • Includes a certificate of authenticity.
Lot #1486130


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