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      • Nick Veasey (British, B. 1962) "John Dory" Limited C Type Print On Paper
        Nov. 14, 2023

        Nick Veasey (British, B. 1962) "John Dory" Limited C Type Print On Paper

        Est: $100 - $1,000

        DESCRIPTION: Limited edition C-type print on paper by Nick Veasey (British, b. 1962) entitled "John Dory" depicting an x-ray of a fish. Signed at lower right and numbered "29/150" at lower left. Certificate of authenticity signed and dated by the artist at reverse. On COA: "'John Dory' 2010 / C-Type print, (produced using museum quality archival inks). / In association with Restoration Hardware. / From an original x-ray image by Nick Veasey". CIRCA: 2014 ORIGIN: British DIMENSIONS: (Sight) H: 46.5" W: 46.5" (Frame) H: 48.75" W: 48.5" CONDITION: Minor to moderate dents, cracks and losses to frame at and near some corners of frame.

        Akiba Galleries
      • Nick Veasey (b. 1962), "Tulip Head," 2014, C-type print on paper, Sight: 46.5" H x 46.5" W
        Aug. 01, 2023

        Nick Veasey (b. 1962), "Tulip Head," 2014, C-type print on paper, Sight: 46.5" H x 46.5" W

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        Nick Veasey (b. 1962) "Tulip Head," 2014 C-type print on paper Edition: 11/150 Signed and numbered in ink in the lower right and left sheet corners, respectively: Nick Veasey; titled and dated on a certificate of authenticity

        John Moran Auctioneers
      • 尼克.維西 Nick VEASEY (British, b. 1962)
        Dec. 03, 2022

        尼克.維西 Nick VEASEY (British, b. 1962)

        Est: NT$130,000 - NT$200,000

        大麗花.巴布羅B Dahlia Pablo B 簽名右下:NV 1/20 Initialed lower right NV and numbered 1/20 英國攝影藝術家,利用X光影像進行創作,呈現各式肉眼觀看時不易注意到的藝術內部細節。曾為廣告圈的一員,以商業設計活躍於國際舞台。2009年起,從倫敦跨向國際,陸續於歐洲、亞洲及北美洲展出個展。2017年,受倫敦的維多利亞和艾伯特博物館之邀,為巴黎世家Balenciaga品牌的經典高級訂製組,進行了一系列的創作。相較於傳統繪畫,通常以描繪來闡釋外在造型的美好,尼克.維西著重於秀出物品內部結構的精美。不單只是呈現表面,藝術家對於物品內在的好奇心,促使他運用X光影像,呈現了物件架構及內層組織的奧妙。在不解構分析組成元素的狀況下,尼克.維西運用科學方式,以透視取代拆解,結合設計美學達成他的藝術理念。 Nick Veasey is the British photographer who create art with X-ray images to present details of beauty that aren’t easily noticeable. He used to work in the advertising industry as an active figure in the commercial design field internationally. Since 2009, he has exhibited in Europe, Asia and North America. In 2017, the artist was invited by the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, to create a series of work for the Balenciaga’s customized high-end fashion classics. Comparing with paintings that showcase the beauty of forms, Nick Veasey focused on the fineness of internal structures. The artist's curiosity prompted him to use X-ray images to present the aesthetic quality of inner organization. Instead of dismantling the object into individual elements, Nick Veasey use technology method to achieve his pursue.

        Ravenel
      • NICK VEASEY (London, 1962). "Land Rover surfer. 2018. Digital print, copy 2/25. Signed. Published by White Wall.
        Jan. 11, 2022

        NICK VEASEY (London, 1962). "Land Rover surfer. 2018. Digital print, copy 2/25. Signed. Published by White Wall.

        Est: €6,000 - €8,000

        NICK VEASEY (London, 1962). "Land Rover surfer. 2018. Digital print, copy 2/25. Signed and numbered in the lower right corner. Published by White Wall. Measurements: 62 x 119 cm. Artist and photographer initiated in the advertising field of photography, he is guided by an artistic pattern closely related to science, since he creates images and photographs from X-rays with the aim of reaching his artistic objective, the background and deepest detail of each subject. Objects, people, nature and animals have passed before his lens. The artist considers this collection to be a statement against superficiality and an invitation to rethink our perception of reality. As he states on his website: "We live in a world obsessed with images. What we look like, what our clothes, houses, cars... look like to us. I like to counter this obsession with superficial appearance by using X-rays to peel back the layers and show what it's like underneath the surface. We all make assumptions based on the external visual aspects of our surroundings and are attracted to people and shapes that are aesthetically pleasing. I like to challenge this automatic way we react to physical appearance only by bringing out the often surprising inner beauty. It also makes us reflect on how society is increasingly controlled by security and surveillance. Airport checkpoints or courthouse entrances are some examples of places that x-ray our belongings. For Veasey, being able to create art with equipment and technology designed to "limit our freedom" is a mode of transgression. In 2009 he began exhibiting for Maddox Fine Arts in London, and subsequently toured Europe, North America and Asia. He has won numerous photographic and design awards including the IPA Lucie Awards, AOP, Graphis, Communication Arts, Applied Arts, PX3 and D & AD awards and is also nominated for the IPA Lucie International Photographer of the Year 2008.

        Setdart Auction House
      • NICK VEASEY (London, 1962). "Easy Listener," 2018. C-tipe print, copy 1/9.
        Dec. 15, 2021

        NICK VEASEY (London, 1962). "Easy Listener," 2018. C-tipe print, copy 1/9.

        Est: €10,000 - €12,000

        NICK VEASEY (London, 1962). "Easy Listener," 2018. C-tipe print, copy 1/9. Signed and numbered in the lower right corner. Certified on verso. Measurements: 150 x 119 cm; 152 x 121 cm(frame). Artist and photographer initiated in the advertising field of photography, is guided by an artistic pattern closely related to science, since he creates images and photographs from X-rays in order to reach his artistic goal, the background and deepest detail of each subject. Objects, people, nature and animals have passed before his lens. The artist considers this collection to be a statement against superficiality and an invitation to rethink our perception of reality. As he states on his website: "We live in a world obsessed with the image. What we look like, what our clothes, houses, cars look like to us.... I like to counter this obsession with superficial appearance by using X-rays to peel back the layers and show what it's like underneath the surface. We all make assumptions based on the external visual aspects of our surroundings and are drawn to people and shapes that are aesthetically pleasing. I like to challenge this automatic way we react to physical appearance only by bringing out the inner, often surprising, beauty. It also makes us reflect on how society is increasingly controlled by security and surveillance. Airport checkpoints or courthouse entrances are some examples of places that x-ray our belongings. For Veasey, being able to create art with equipment and technology designed to "limit our freedom" is a mode of transgression. In 2009 he began exhibiting for Maddox Fine Arts in London, and subsequently toured Europe, North America and Asia. He is the recipient of numerous photographic and design awards, including the IPA Lucie Awards, AOP, Graphis, Communication Arts, Applied Arts, PX3 and D & AD awards which are also nominated for the IPA Lucie International Photographer of the Year 2008.

        Setdart Auction House
      • NICK VEASEY (London, 1962). "Hang loose with bands". 2019. C-tipe print, copy 1/25.
        Dec. 15, 2021

        NICK VEASEY (London, 1962). "Hang loose with bands". 2019. C-tipe print, copy 1/25.

        Est: €4,500 - €5,000

        NICK VEASEY (London, 1962). "Hang loose with bands". 2019. C-tipe print, copy 1/25. Signed and numbered in lower right corner. Label on the back. Measurements: 75 x 59.4 cm; 77 x 61.5 cm (frame). Artist and photographer initiated in the advertising field of photography, he is guided by an artistic pattern closely related to science, since he creates images and photographs from X-rays in order to reach his artistic objective, the background and deepest detail of each subject. Objects, people, nature and animals have passed before his lens. The artist considers this collection to be a statement against superficiality and an invitation to rethink our perception of reality. As he states on his website: "We live in a world obsessed with the image. What we look like, what our clothes, houses, cars look like to us.... I like to counter this obsession with superficial appearance by using X-rays to peel back the layers and show what it's like underneath the surface. We all make assumptions based on the external visual aspects of our surroundings and are drawn to people and shapes that are aesthetically pleasing. I like to challenge this automatic way we react to physical appearance only by bringing out the inner, often surprising, beauty. It also makes us reflect on how society is increasingly controlled by security and surveillance. Airport checkpoints or courthouse entrances are some examples of places that x-ray our belongings. For Veasey, being able to create art with equipment and technology designed to "limit our freedom" is a mode of transgression. In 2009 he began exhibiting for Maddox Fine Arts in London, and subsequently toured Europe, North America and Asia. He is the recipient of numerous photographic and design awards, including the IPA Lucie Awards, AOP, Graphis, Communication Arts, Applied Arts, PX3 and D & AD awards which are also nominated for the IPA Lucie International Photographer of the Year 2008.

        Setdart Auction House
      • NICK VEASEY (B.1962)
        May. 28, 2021

        NICK VEASEY (B.1962)

        Est: £2,000 - £3,000

        NICK VEASEY (B.1962) American Footballers diasec print the first original artist proof of this image, complete with C.O.A image size 1190 x 500 mm

        Chiswick Auctions
      • Nick Veasey, photo X-ray on paper, c. 2011
        May. 20, 2021

        Nick Veasey, photo X-ray on paper, c. 2011

        Est: $500 - $700

        Nick Veasey (British, b. 1962), Nautilus Shell, no signature observed, framed under UV Plexiglas, 10"h x 9"w (sheet), 18"h x 16.25"w (frame)

        Millea Bros Ltd
      • NICK VEASEY (B.1962)
        Oct. 26, 2020

        NICK VEASEY (B.1962)

        Est: £3,000 - £5,000

        NICK VEASEY (B.1962) American Footballers diasec print the first original artist proof of this image, complete with C.O.A image size 1190 x 500 mm

        Chiswick Auctions
      • NIck Veasey b.1962
        Apr. 29, 2020

        NIck Veasey b.1962

        Est: £3,000 - £5,000

        NIck Veasey b.1962 American Footballers, Diasec print, image size, 1190 x 500 mm, the first original artist proof of this image, complete with C.O.A

        Chiswick Auctions
      • Veasey Nick, 1962, Gunman
        Jun. 05, 2018

        Veasey Nick, 1962, Gunman

        Est: CHF2,700 - CHF3,200

        X-Ray, C-print. Lower right: 2/5. Signed with the monogram: NV.

        Germann Auction House Ltd
      • NICK VAESEY (BRITISH, B. 1962) 尼克.維西
        Jun. 02, 2018

        NICK VAESEY (BRITISH, B. 1962) 尼克.維西

        Est: NT$320,000 - NT$480,000

        X-ray of a Pair of Gloves, Made between 1603 - 1625, Collection of Victoria & Albert Museum V&A博物館珍藏1603-1625年製手套 Initialed lower right NV and numbered 1/9 簽名右下:NV 1/9

        Ravenel
      • Veasey Nick, 1962 (GB) Ferrari 365 GTB / 4 Daytona 1969
        Nov. 21, 2017

        Veasey Nick, 1962 (GB) Ferrari 365 GTB / 4 Daytona 1969

        Est: CHF2,000 - CHF4,000

        X-Ray, C-print, mounted on aluminium plate. Lower right: 2/150. Signed with the monogram: NV.

        Germann Auction House Ltd
      • NICK VEASEY | Bulldozer, 2007
        Sep. 30, 2015

        NICK VEASEY | Bulldozer, 2007

        Est: £2,000 - £3,000

        Chromogenic print, dibonded and mounted to aluminium. Signed, titled, dated and annotated 1st Artist's Proof in black felt tip pen on the reverse of the mount.

        Sotheby's
      • NICK VEASEY (B. 1962)
        Nov. 19, 2010

        NICK VEASEY (B. 1962)

        Est: €3,000 - €5,000

        NICK VEASEY (B. 1962) BAT, 2006 Tirage c-type, monté diasec. Signé et daté au feutre au verso du cadre ainsi que signé et daté au stylo à bille avec détails de l'œuvre sur une étiquette d'artiste fixée au verso du cadre. C-type print, diasec mounted. On the reverse of the frame, signed and dated in felt tip pen, and signed and dated in ball point pen and with information about the work on an artist's label affixed to the back of the frame. 118,3 x 118,3 cm (46 ½ x 46 ½ in.)

        Sotheby's
      • Nick Veasey (British, born 1962) 'Skull and Crossbones', 2002
        Oct. 21, 2009

        Nick Veasey (British, born 1962) 'Skull and Crossbones', 2002

        Est: £1,500 - £2,000

        'Skull and Crossbones', 2002 signed with initials and numbered '3/10', C-type print on diasec 59.8 x 42.5cm (23 9/16 x 16 3/4in).

        Bonhams
      • Nick Veasey (British, born 1962) 'Skeleton Driver', 2000
        Oct. 21, 2009

        Nick Veasey (British, born 1962) 'Skeleton Driver', 2000

        Est: £2,000 - £3,000

        'Skeleton Driver', 2000 signed with initials and numbered '1/5', C-type print on diasec 59.8 x 42.5cm (23 9/16 x 16 3/4in).

        Bonhams
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