Blue Cocoon #1, Hong Kong
American, b. 1966
Blue Cocoon #1, Hong Kong, 2008, printed 2010
archival pigment print on Hahnemuhle Baryta FB paper
Second Century Acquisition Fund, 2011.14.1
© 2008 Peter Steinhauer. By permission
This image, taken in Hong Kong, depicts a phenomenon that is unique to that city: the practice of erecting a brightly colored “cocoon” around a building during construction.
The image has been rendered as an archival pigment print; according to research done by the Getty Institute, archival inket prints have a life expectancy of more than 250 years.
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