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Often my images fall in a place between fashion and film, where cropping and the introduction of simple props or garments becomes a means of creating tension and mystery. Such images explore a different sort of narrative where subtext and a visual logic akin to the language of dreams may well draw the viewer deep into the presented scene.
Artful photographic prints are produced to the highest standard, using Giclee printing on 300 gsm 100% cotton rag fine art paper. This method, accepted by the art world for fine art reproduction, produces a high quality, archival grade digital print. The archival quality of the pigment ink with 100% cotton rag minimises the chemical reaction leading to image fading.
Because Giclee is widely regarded as one of the very best photographic and fine art printing methods it has become extremely popular with artists and photographers displaying their images in art galleries, museums and exhibitions.
Artful is proud to offer a high quality framing service that perfectly compliments the artwork. Using conservation quality wood mouldings, our handmade frames are built for each individual print and arrive ready to hang. The archival quality mount is acid free and pH neutral, so you can be confident your print is well protected.
Artful’s framing service is not only competitively priced but of the highest quality. If you have any requests for further framing options, get in touch.
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Julian Hibbard is an English fine art photographer, known for his enigmatic images that maintain a tension between the real and the imagined.
Julian's photographic journey began in 1992 at Kingston University in London where he studied Intermedia Fine Art. His award winning images have since been exhibited in New York, Los Angeles, Scotland, Santiago de Chile and at the prestigious Fundación RAC Gallery in Spain.
Notable solo exhibitions include “The Noir A-Z” Ivy Brown Gallery, New York (2009); “Proyecto Introset” Fundación RAC Gallery, Pontevedra, Spain (2008); “The Fake and The Familiar” Go Fish Gallery, New York (2004); “Animals & Landscapes” Go Fish Gallery, New York (2003); “Persona De Paso” Instituto Chileno-Británico de Cultura, Santiago de Chile (1997).
Julian has participated in multiple group shows including most recently "Global Projects" Broadway Gallery, New York (2013); "Tales of an Unknown Aviator" PDX Port of Portland, Portland (2012); “New Exposures” Butters Gallery, Portland (2012); “View Imaging” 401 Projects, New York (2009).
His first book - "The Noir A-Z" - a visual alphabet of twenty-six graphic incidents the viewer must invent, suffer or tell - was published in 2009. A second title - "Schematics: A Love Story" - a unique and experimental board book that pairs found scientific line graphics with simple prose to form a narrative language in which life is mapped, charted and diagramed - was released in 2011.
Julian won the acclaimed "Bring Your Photography to Life" Competition presented by Blurb in 2011, and was a Nominee in Fashion, Annual Photography Masters Cup in both 2011 and 2012, as well as Nominee in Fine Art, Annual Photography Masters Cup in 2009 and 2010.
His books and art objects have been sold at The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), The Whitney, The International Center of Photography (ICP), Artware Editions (NYC) and Colette (Paris). Julian lives and works in New York.VISIT ARTIST PAGE