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SANDRINE ELBERG – M.O.O.N Collector edition + Lithograph

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SANDRINE ELBERG
M.O.O.N Collector edition + Lithograph

Self published, 2019
Size 17x24cm
Pages 224 pages

Off set monochrome UV – 2 types of paper & unique double page with silver ink made by Sandrine Elberg
Each cover book with a unique graphic design made by the artist
40 collectors editions numbered & signed with unique silver stencil cover + lithograph numbered & signed made by the artist + Cosmonaute case with M.O.O.N sticker

ISBN 978-2-9567756-0-7

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Sandrine Elberg nous présente son deuxième livre auto-publié dédié à son travail photographique composé d’images stellaires qu’elle réalise depuis plusieurs années lors de ces voyages et expérimentations dans sa chambre noire. Après son premier carnet de voyage photographique Cosmic, Sandrine Elberg nous dévoile M.O.O.N et nous invite au voyage spatial et à la découverte d’une nouvelle Lune. Les livres de Sandrine Elberg sont des objets uniques et inclassables : un voyage dans le cosmos, faisant appel à notre imaginaire collectif, à la contemplation ainsi qu’à la rêverie. A travers M.O.O.N, l’artiste a souhaité rendre hommage à Valentina Terechkova, première femme cosmonaute envoyée dans l’Espace. Le livre marque aussi les cinquante ans du premier pas de l’homme sur la Lune le 21 juillet 1969.


Sandrine Elberg presents her second self-published book dedicated to her photographic work composed of stellar images that she has been making for several years during these trips and experiments in her dark room. After her first Cosmic photographic travel diary, Sandrine Elberg reveals M.O.O.N to us and invites us to space travel and the discovery of a new Moon. Sandrine Elberg’s books are unique and unclassifiable objects: a journey into the cosmos, appealing to our collective imagination, to contemplation as well as to reverie. Through M.O.O.N, the artist wishes to pay tribute to Valentina Terechkova, the first female cosmonaut sent into space. The book also marks the 50th anniversary of man’s first step on the moon on July 21, 1969.

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