Galleries offer experienced collectors, institutions and museums large-format single print editions, or works with 3-5 prints, costing 4-5 figure prices.
Another option are the mass-produced, indistinct, reproductions found in museum shops.
There is a gap in the market for those who have outgrown industrially produced art, and are looking for affordable and authentic works. The Chi Modu Collection was established to fill that gap by creating a space where art appealing to new collectors with new tastes as well as established art lovers can be found.
If the number of prints is specified, this is the maximum number of copies in which the image appears in the given format. All prints are hand-signed and numbered by the artist. The principle: the owner of a photograph in a limited edition of, for example, 100 copies shares the rights to the artwork with just 99 other people worldwide. All of the images in the current collection release , shown below, are available in limited edition signed series of 200 prints
All of these fine art prints are Archival Pigment prints made with archival pigment inks on archival Fine Art paper. The process originated in the late 1980s and is respected by Fine Art experts, world-renowned galleries and passionate collectors.
Since the inception of this process, technological advancements have led to higher resolution prints, highly archival pigments and inks. Prints are produced on Fine Art paper with matte and glossy finishes.
Archival Pigment prints may also be referred to as Inkjets, Iris prints or Giclées.
If the number of prints is not mentioned, the edition is neither limited nor signed – and therefore especially affordable. Open Editions are all “real” photo prints with a certification sticker.
Paper Size, Image Size
The measurements of the photographic paper are given. If, in addition, a (smaller) image size is given, this means the image was printed with a white boarder of the given additional width.