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'Max The Artist' By Emmett Redding

Emmett Redding a talented Melbourne filmmaker and a good friend of mine has produced a neat little documentary about my work. The film looks at my three major projects to date, and includes some insight into South By Scooter. Emmett also managed to mask my annoying repetitive hand gestures - a task only a truly talented director could accomplish. 

If you enjoy my work, would like to know a little more about it, or are as into behind the scenes things as I am, I encourage you to check it out:

 

Summer Print Sale!

To clear the slate for a year of exciting new work I am holding my first ever summer print sale. I am excited to be able to offer limited prints from The Descent of the Dodo and Max To Moon at some really great prices.

The prints are all selected from editions of 10, they are archival inkjet prints, mounted on sturdy and light foam backings - ready to go straight on the wall.

As I am offering these prints at dramatically reduced prices the stock is very limited. If you like the work I encourage you to get in touch - as the prints will not be available for these prices again.

The prints on offer are:


The Descent of the Dodo 1.1

2011, archival inkjet print, 140x64cm.

One available.

The Descent of the Dodo 1.2

2011, archival inkjet print, 80x64cm

One available.

The Descent of the Dodo 1.3

2011, archival inkjet print, 140x64cm.

Two available. One available.

The Descent of the Dodo 1.4 "The moon can fly, but it has no wings!"

2011, archival inkjet print, 80x64cm

Two available. One mounted. One unmounted

The Earth Photographed From Space. From Max To Moon.

2010, archival inkjet print, 105x80cm.

One available.

The Moon Photographed From Space. From Max To Moon.

2010, archival inkjet print, 105x80cm.

One available.

If you're interested in any of these pictures, would like to know pricing, or have any other enquiries - do not hesitate to contact me at max@maxpiantoni.com .

Happy New Years!
Max

Artist Talk: On Dodos

Here I am talking about my work The Descent of the DodoThe talk was a lot of fun, and offers rare insight into the process and life of a photographer of impossible things. I enthusiastically recommend you grab a cup of tea and check it out!

There’s just one more week left to catch The Descent of the Dodo at the Counihan Gallery as part of the exciting show First & Last. My work is moving ahead very quickly these days, it is likely there will not be another opportunity to see this piece in the flesh. Don’t miss out!