Editioned 1/10 and signed in pencil on mount. Gambi is a handmade, tissue-like paper from Japan that is extremely fragile.
Born in 1947, Davidjohn Lotto was a self-taught in photography. The California-based photographer made photographs for over 20 years. He assisted Oliver Gagliani in his Nevada workshops for three years, teaching silver-based technique, but ultimately found his own distinct creative voice in an alternative process--hand-coated Platinum/Palladium.
He preferred to use a variety of older lenses, including a soft focus lenses to capture his images. His work has appeared in B&W Magazine, View Camera Magazine and Zen Bell.
Lotto passed away in 2014.
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Sale Price $1,050
Medium Platinum palladium on Japanese Gampi paper
Mount on original mount
Photo Date 2005 Print Date 2005
Dimensions 19 x 16 in. (483 x 406 mm)
Photo Country United States (USA)
Photographer Country United States (USA)
Contemporary Works / Vintage Works, Ltd.