The vast, seemingly abandoned landscapes Adam Jeppesen depicts in his three photogravures June 19th, October 9th, and October 10th give no hint to their geographic location. Their titles only point to the date of their creation. Traces like an empty path or a faraway column of smoke merely suggest human presence. The light, almost translucent application of ink in the photogravures underlines the solitude of the landscapes. They seem dreamlike and detached from time and space, offering the beholder a surface for personal mindscapes.

Adam Jeppesen

October 10th, 2015

Print technique
Photogravure
Paper
Hahnemühle Bütten 300g
Dimensions
Paper size 79 x 86 cm – Plate size 40 x 50 cm
Edition
Edition of 24
Registration no
AdJ 15 003-1
Printer
Printed by Julie Dam, Thomas Jennions
Publisher
Published by Niels Borch Jensen Editions

Signed and numbered by the artist

Adam Jeppesen

June 19th, 2015

Print technique
Photogravure
Paper
Hahnemühle Bütten 300g
Dimensions
Paper size 79 x 86 cm – Plate size 40 x 50 cm
Edition
Edition of 24
Registration no
AdJ 15 001-1
Printer
Printed by Julie Dam, Thomas Jennions
Publisher
Published by Niels Borch Jensen Editions

Signed and numbered by the artist

Adam Jeppesen

October 9th, 2015

Print technique
Photogravure
Paper
Hahnemühle Bütten 300g
Dimensions
Paper size 79 x 86 cm – Plate size 40 x 50 cm
Edition
Edition of 24
Registration no
AdJ 15 002-1
Printer
Printed by Julie Dam, Thomas Jennions
Publisher
Published by Niels Borch Jensen Editions

Signed and numbered by the artist

Adam Jeppesen

October 10th, 2015

Print technique
Photogravure
Paper
Hahnemühle Bütten 300g
Dimensions
Paper size 79 x 86 cm – Plate size 40 x 50 cm
Edition
Edition of 24
Registration no
AdJ 15 003-1
Printer
Printed by Julie Dam, Thomas Jennions
Publisher
Published by Niels Borch Jensen Editions

Signed and numbered by the artist

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