V1 Gallery is pleased to announce our participation in this year’s Paris Photo, presenting new works by Peter Funch (b. 1974, Denmark) and Chris Duncan (b. 1974, USA) under the title “Bad Moon Rising”. The title is taken from an old Creedence Clearwater Revival song from 1969 – before we were talking about climate change – the song predicts natural disasters and states “Looks like we’re in for nasty weather.” Which holds true in many ways in 2019. Both Funch and Duncan’s work revolve around exposure, time, change and climate – without being organically correct. Their practices reflect on human behaviour in relation to time and measures humanity against the mountain.
A publication will be published by Trojan Horse Press / V1 Gallery on the occasion.
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Sun Makes Mountain Red, 2019
Sun and time on fabric
122 x 92,5 cm
Expedition A. E. Harrison Twin Sisters, 2015
Hand made C-print created with reanalog negative in oak wood frame with true color glass
90 x 120 cm
Edition OF 5 + 2 AP
Read more at Paris Photo