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ERIC T. WHITE
Through his hundreds of vibrant photographic collages, his sculptural nudes in his recent series For A Good Time and his frequent editorial work for magazines such as New York Magazine, Nylon and Paper, New York-based photographer Eric T. White experiments with the possibilities and the limits of the medium, treating photography as a mixed media. Growing up with a lifelong passion for photography, White decided to pursue a career in photography after the death of his uncle who left all his cameras to his nephew. Fascinated by the photographic process while stripping down his own techniques to their basics, White almost exclusively uses on-camera flash, creating a consistent edgy and bold aesthetic through his entire body of work. Not only connecting the various aspects of his unique work, White’s uncomplicated process also allows for the possibility for increased compositional innovation, preserving fleeting playful moments with the lens of his camera. With art historical references from Surrealism to Dada to Pop Art appearing in his work, White’s photography captures the powerful beauty of portraiture whether fracturing the human body through eye-catching collage or redefining the nude through fascinating sculptural forms.
Two Week Lead Time On All Orders
Museum Quality Printing
Printed to the highest industry quality by a fine art printer using fully archival Epson inkjet pigments on 100% cotton rag Hahnemühle paper, hand-cut to Select Paper Size (Shown in Inches, H x W). More info >
Card of Authenticity
All prints are accompanied by a signed and numbered certificate of authenticity to maintain the integrity of each print. More info >
Unframed prints arrive in approximately 2 - 2 1/2 weeks. Framed prints arrive in approximately 3 weeks. Once your artwork is made by our printer, it must be allowed to outgas for 24 hours before being framed and/or shipped. ** Please note that we employ professional framers, shippers and handlers on all orders and only handle our prints with white gloves. While occasional damage by USPS or FedEx in transit is out of our control, we are happy to work with you to resolve any damage that does occur. However, damage in transit is relatively rare.
As our prints are custom made to order according to your preferences, all of our prints are final sale and non-returnable. We guarantee the quality of our prints, so if your order was shipped with a defect or arrived damaged, please contact us at email@example.com.
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Choose from our high-end white, black or natural frames, or opt for a more modern look by selecting facemounted to thick Plexiglas.
All frames include:
- UV-blocking acrylic glass, which protects against 91% of UV rays.
- Acid-free, archival mats and materials.
- Taped backs to prevent dust from getting into the frame.
- Strainers on the back to reinforce the structure of the frame.
- Wire on the back of the frame for easy installation.
- Facemounted works are hung on a metal French cleat. Installation instructions are included in the packaging.
Extra small and small frames have .75" molding 2" mats, and are 1.2" deep. Medium and large frames have 1" molding, 3" mats and are 2" deep. Mattless frames have a spacer to prevent the print from touching the acrylic.
We do not frame the extra large print sizes because they are too large to ship without risking damage.