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Limited Edition Arthur Tress: Rambles, Dreams, and Shadows Signed Exhibition Poster

Limited to 100 units, this artist signed and numbered poster of the Arthur Tress' photograph, Flood Dream, Ocean City, Maryland featured in the exhibition Arthur Tress: Rambles, Dreams, and Shadows on view at the Getty Center for Photographs October 31, 2023 to February 18, 2024.

- Dimensions: 22 x 28 inches
- Materials: Textured 80# / 118 gsm acid free FSC certified premium paper with archival pigments. 
- Printed in Los Angeles
- Individually signed and numbered by Arthur Tress
- Limited edition of 100 units 
- Item #: TRPOG
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Arthur Tress (American, born 1940) was a trailblazer in the field of staged photography, directing his subjects in fictional and often surreal scenes. Born in Brooklyn, New York, he began his career as a social documentary photographer in the late 1960s, focusing his lens on the people of New York and the Appalachian region of the eastern United States. Initially concerned with such societal issues as poverty, pollution, and the lack of open space for urban recreation, by the mid-1970s he began channeling his creative energy into more personal artistic projects that delved into his imagination, dreams, and his own queer identity.

Arthur Tress (American, born 1940)
Flood Dream, Ocean City, Maryland, 1971, print later Gelatin silver print, image: 18.9 x 18.9 cm (7 7⁄16 x 7 7⁄16 in.)
J. Paul Getty Museum, 2013.68.17
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Poster © 2023 J. Paul Getty Trust.