Artsuite - Roger Ballen - Sullen - South African artist Roger Ballen is one most influential photographic artists of the 21st century. His strange, provocative and psychological work, often depicting subjects in vulnerable and disturbing situations, blurs the lines between reality and fantasy and reverence and exploitation.

Roger Ballen

Photography | 2002

 

South African artist Roger Ballen is one most influential photographic artists of the 21st century. His strange, provocative and psychological work, often depicting subjects in vulnerable and disturbing situations, blurs the lines between reality and fantasy and reverence and exploitation. Ballen is also notable for a hybrid aesthetic that brings together photography, drawing, painting, sculpture and collage into one cacophonous visual language that is entirely his own.

 

Size

16 x 16" - Framed 

 

Materials

Silver gelatin print


Edition

17/20

Authenticity

Signed by the artist

Sullen

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Roger Ballen

Photography | 2002

 

South African artist Roger Ballen is one most influential photographic artists of the 21st century. His strange, provocative and psychological work, often depicting subjects in vulnerable and disturbing situations, blurs the lines between reality and fantasy and reverence and exploitation. Ballen is also notable for a hybrid aesthetic that brings together photography, drawing, painting, sculpture and collage into one cacophonous visual language that is entirely his own.

 

Size

16 x 16" - Framed 

 

Materials

Silver gelatin print


Edition

17/20

Authenticity

Signed by the artist

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