36.5 x 50 cm(7 copies), 49 x 67 cm(8 copies), 55 x 75 cm(15 copies)
on the back the author's signature: "Marcin Ryczek, Unknown" and dry stamp
Black and white photography, digital print, Digigraphie® by Epson
The motif of the human figure seems to be inherent in Ryczek’s art. In the case of the work “Unknown,” the photographer, with the help of the title and the way the silhouette, partially shrouded in fog, is guiding us to read this photo as a metaphor for an unknown, alien world, in which man may appear as a vulnerable and lonely being. The phorography also catches the eye with perfectly developed perspective, proportions and light affecting the suggestiveness of the frame.
The edition is available in three formats: 36.5 x 50 cm, 49 x 67 cm, 55 x 75 cm, issued in 7, 8 and 15 copies respectively. For each format, add 5 cm of white margin Digital print in Digigraphie technology
Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Baryta 315 gr/m2
Digigraphie® Certificate of Authenticity
He specializes mainly in minimalist and symbolic photography. He uses geometry and symbols in his work. The main principle he follows in photography is the premise of minimum form, maximum content.
Marcin Ryczek’s photographs were presented, among others. In exhibitions in the USA, Germany, Poland, the Netherlands, Romania, India, England, Austria, Denmark, Italy, Serbia, Taiwan and France.