Crossing Stairs 2/25 - Signed Limited Edition (2015)
Abstract geometric lines created by this narrow street of stairs in Malta. I stayed for a long time in this location waiting for the perfect light and correct shadows. It was the end of summer and shadows were still very strong and distracting. When the woman in the photo started climbing up the stairs I initially was going to wait as I wanted an empty photo for a more abstract result but in the end, I photographed her and I think it really adds to the shot.
Limited Edition 2 of 25
- Signed Certificate of Authenticity with Edition Number.
- Printed on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Paper (308g/m²) one of the most robust papers from Hahnemühle, made of 100% cotton and has a soft, fine texture.
- This luxurious gallery standard paper has a matte surface.
- Premium K3 pigment print technology ensures the very finest tonality, even the minutest details are visible and details appear much clearer than with traditional prints
- 100-year luminosity; Colours of this Hahnemühle Fine Art Premium print will look just as good as the original, even after 100 years.
- With a white border for easy framing
- The gallery standard print comes rolled inside a hard tube protected with bubble wrap and acid-free paper
60 cm x 40 cm | Edition of 25 |
45 cm x 30 cm | Edition of 50 |
Framed or Aluminium Dibond mounting is also available. Contact the Artist for details
Serge Horta is a Hong Kong based documentary photographer.
Through his academic training in architecture, he is able to capture impossible order amidst the chaos of cities. His photographs are the result of a hypnotic obsession in how different cultures live, adapt and interact with the built environment, from the perfectly manicured suburb to the sprawling slum. His extensive portfolio documents the metamorphosis of the urban landscapes in which he has lived or merely traversed - from Sydney to New York, London to Guangzhou. Amid noise and chaos, Serge manages to find moments of peace and silence.
Having photographed in over 70 countries, he encounters and engages with local residents, we see deeply personal and immensely human stories emerging from what’s often overlooked, making a powerful, penetrating impression on the viewer. Serge’s work is held in private collections in the United States, Japan, Hong Kong, The Netherlands, UK, Spain, Portugal, France, and Switzerland.