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Jeff Seltzer, Inbox at the Getty

$189.00 - $275.00

$400.00 - $600.00 53% Off

Jeff Seltzer, Inbox at the Getty

Shipping & Returns

Estimated Arrival
Arrives by 12/23
Aug 19 - Aug 24
Returns:
Returns accepted within 14 days of delivery.

Product Information

Photographer:
Jeff Seltzer
Materials:
print on 300-gsm fine-art paper with a 1" white border
Frame details:
wood/glass
Available sizes:
framed, 24" x 17"; image size, 20" x 13"
framed, 40" x 28"; image size, 36" x 24"
Frame finish:
white

Why We Love This

This award-winning image is from photographer Jeff Seltzer's "Harmony" series, which explores the effect of human involvement on the environments in which we live. Printed on fine-art paper and framed in white-finished wood.

About the Brand

Jeff Seltzer is based in the Los Angeles area. His photography reveals the effect of human occupation within the landscape of contemporary environments. His pictures are made to document a time and a place, static treatments of our everyday modern urban landscape. These anonymous, sometimes featureless structures and locations exclude people but at the same time show the effect of human occupation and interaction. He isolates his subjects, creating a head-on, cold, and detached Kubrickian symmetry. His images allow viewers to see beauty in the everyday and show harmony in the ordinary and mundane that we take for granted.