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THE GLASS VASE

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Sean Hinds
THE GLASS VASE
2017,

$300

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Sean Hinds
THE GLASS VASE
2017,


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Museum Quality Archival Giclée Print - - The artist will work with a fine art printing studio in the U.S. or elsewhere in the world for projects that need local printing mounting services.

About the artist
Sean Hinds was born in Derry in Northern Ireland, and studied at the Sir John Cass School of Art and Design in London before attending Ravensbourne College of Art and Design, specialising in painting and sculpture. Having developed a particular interest in photography, Sean took a post-graduate course at the prestigious London Film School, where he added screenwriting and directing to his cinematography skills. After several years working as a Director of Photography (DOP) in film, Sean directed the multi-award winning short film The Pan Loaf, which was the runner-up for the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival. His second film, Boys and Men, won many awards on the international film festival circuit, and subsequently was bought by Channel 4. Miami International Art Fair is the first exhibition of his fabulous, abstract, works. He also has three scripts with two film production companies which at various stages of development. My photographic work is split into two types. My photographs are slightly surrealist, where the everyday places or items are dislocated or turned on their heads in how we see them. The second photographic approach is very radical and abstract.

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SEAN HINDS



Sean Hinds was born in Derry in Northern Ireland, and studied at the Sir John Cass School of Art and Design in London before attending Ravensbourne College of Art and Design, specialising in painting and sculpture. Having developed a particular interest in photography, Sean took a post-graduate course at the prestigious London Film School, where he added screenwriting and directing to his cinematography skills. After several years working as a Director of Photography (DOP) in film, Sean directed the multi-award winning short film The Pan Loaf, which was the runner-up for the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival. His second film, Boys and Men, won many awards on the international film festival circuit, and subsequently was bought by Channel 4. Miami International Art Fair is the first exhibition of his fabulous, abstract, works.

He also has three scripts with two film production companies which at various stages of development.

My photographic work is split into two types. My photographs are slightly surrealist, where the everyday places or items are dislocated or turned on their heads in how we see them.

The second photographic approach is very radical and abstract.