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Eamon Mac Mahon
Lake Ice, 2005

Title: Lake Ice

Artist: Eamon Mac Mahon

Medium: Photography; Inkjet

Date: 2005

Image Size: 16.5" x 11"

Edition: 100

Price: $150

About The Work

Eamon Mac Mahon's Water photographs

Alphabet City and Circuit Gallery are pleased to present an extraordinary opportunity to own an exclusive special edition of three photographs by Canadian photographer Eamon Mac Mahon, which he has donated for this sale.

In these spectacular images drawn from his contribution to AbC's Water anthology, Mac Mahon explores water in a variety of states, from frozen to gaseous to tumultuous.

About the Print

These editions, supervised by the artist, are printed with archival pigment inks on a satin photographic paper. The ink and paper combination have a display permanence rating of 150+ years. All our prints are made with the greatest attention to quality and a concern for permanence.

About the Artist

Eamon Mac Mahon

Work by Toronto-based photographer/videographer Eamon Mac Mahon has appeared in various publications including W Magazine, National Geographic, New York Magazine, and The Walrus, as well as exhibition spaces such as The Power Plant, The Detroit Institute of the Arts, the Griffin Museum of Photography in Boston and Higher Pictures, NYC. His work is included in numerous international, private and corporate collections including the Art Gallery of Alberta, Concord Adex and Bank of Montreal. He was awarded the 2007 HP Prize for Photography, nominated for the 2008 Prix Pictet and has been named one of PDN's 30 International Emerging Photographers to Watch.

Mac Mahon also spends much of his time creating video projections for stage productions, and working as a cameraman on short films and documentaries.