• Untitled Explosion #1 CF2

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Geoffrey H. Short’s series, Towards Another Big Bang Theory, 2007–2009, depicts events that actually took place, but also refer to other explosions: the Big Bang, a terrorist bombing, or an atomic explosion. Untitled Explosion #1CF2 is part of that series and has been reproduced in this high-quality C-Print by Aperture, a nonprofit organization committed to the advancement of photography.

"Untitled Explosion #1 CF2," from the series, Towards Another Big Bang Theory, 2007-2009. C-Print. Limited edition of 25. Signed and numbered by the artist. Ships flat in an archival paper folder. Image dimensions: W 23” H 17.56”. Overall dimensions: W 24” H 20”.

Proceeds help benefit artists, maintain the quality of Aperture’s publications and programming, and support the organization’s mission to connect the photo community with its audiences, in print, in person, and online.

Geoffrey H. Short
Chromogenic Photographic Paper
United States
W 24” H 20”

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