On the Face of Danger, 2013

 

Lucinda Grange explores the limits of the built environment, accessing places and spaces that are for most unseen, hidden or simply out-of-bounds. Grange has climbed and accessed some of the world’s most iconic structures, often at night and without permission, to capture images of the cityscapes below.

 

Grange had an appointment on one of the lower floors of the Chrysler Building the day she took this self-portrait sitting atop a steel gargoyle protruding from the 61st floor. She states, ‘I had to climb the emergency exit stairs all the way to the 61st floor then access the gargoyle by climbing out through a window.’ Her work often raises questions about access and ownership in the urban environment.

 

Grange has made 3 of these limited edition prints available exclusively to Edgework.

 

C-Type print on Metallic Fuji Crystal Archive DP II Pearl
Paper size: 61 x 37cms
Print size: 58.5 x 33cms
Edition of 20

Accompanied by a signed certificate of authenticity

 

£750 unframed

Lucinda Grange | On the Face of Danger

£750.00Price

C-Type print on Metallic Fuji Crystal Archive DP II Pearl
Paper size: 61 x 37cms
Print size: 58.5 x 33cms
Edition of 20
Accompanied by a signed certificate of authenticity

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