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Marc Ninghetto

Le Monde en Fusion

Marc Ninghetto

Le Monde en Fusion

This image is part of "The Solitude of a Machine II", an exhibition of large-format prints by renowned Swiss photographer Marc Ninghetto. 
The Machine at the heart of this series is none other than the Japanese manga robot Grendizer, known as ‘Goldorak’ in French.’ 

Limited edition of 18 luxury photographs (all formats combined)
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Description

Le Monde en Fusion

In order to create the artworks, Ninghetto put to excellent use a technique he calls ‘digital sampling’, which he has gradually developed over his career. In the case of ‘The Solitude of a Machine II’, this involved taking shots of a three-dimensional robot model. He then subtly incorporated it with photographs from his personal databank, a repository of photos that the artist has taken and amassed over the years to form a rich palette of images that he can subsequently use to ‘paint’ with.

While Grendizer hails from the fictional planet Fleed, Ninghetto has succeeded in taking him from the environs of the graphic novel and TV animation, transplanting him into the real world – our world.

The result is a superb collection of fine art prints that subtly manages to imbue this cult robot with a sense of otherness and estrangement on finding himself in a real-life terrestrial environment.

The Creator

Marc Ninghetto

Marc Ninghetto was born in Geneva in 1972. He graduated from the Vevey School of Photography in 1995 and left for Paris to become first assistant to the acclaimed French photographer Dominique Issermann. Parallel to his work in the high-end fashion and jewellery industry, Ninghetto has also channelled his talent into personal artwork that has seen him put on over 15 exhibitions in as many years. He has increasingly devoted his energies into these personal creations that focus on human subjects, invariably females. Thanks to the dreamlike veil that envelops this work, his sensitive eye for detail and his original style and technique christened ‘digital sampling’, Ninghetto has become one of the biggest names in Swiss art photography.

Marc Ninghetto was born in Geneva in 1972. He graduated from the Vevey School of Photography in 1995 and left for Paris to become first assistant to the acclaimed French photographer Dominique Issermann. Parallel to his work in the high-end fashion and jewellery industry, Ninghetto has also channelled his talent into personal artwork that has seen him put on over 15 exhibitions in as many years. He has increasingly devoted his energies into these personal creations that focus on human subjects, invariably females. Thanks to the dreamlike veil that envelops this work, his sensitive eye for detail and his original style and technique christened ‘digital sampling’, Ninghetto has become one of the biggest names in Swiss art photography.

Specifications

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MATERIALS

Photo quality paper 300g


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DIMENSIONS

120x84cm

170x120cm

214x150cm


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EDITION

Limited Edition: 18 prints


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FRAME

Sent unframed in a protective shipping tube



Marc Ninghetto

Le Monde en Fusion

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