- Limited edition archival print exclusively for House of Exposure
- Each print comes with a Certificate of Authenticity, hand numbered and signed by the artist
- Printed on museum quality archival paper with archival grade inks
- Each print arrives in House of Exposure's signature packaging
"Eran Shakine’s portrait of Lagerfeld is as effortless as can be and it tells us so much about a man who’s ubiquitous as he is elusive. Shakine chooses to give us an image of Lagerfeld from 1983, the year he becomes the creative director of Chanel. He also dares to show us Lagerfeld taking off his sunglasses. I love the action in the portrait because it’s quite subversive in a sense. Lagerfeld’s glasses are in many ways his shield. They’re as much a part of his persona as his high collars and ponytail. The notion that he’d show his eyes is essentially a rebellious gesture. It gives this portrait such power and it reminds us that Lagerfeld with his deft eye was able to dust off Chanel and make it relevant again and it remains so today because of his vision."
- Rita Nakouzi, Curator
"I am concerned with refining and communicating specific ideas in a minimal and direct way to create a visual trigger".
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