GYPSUM LIMITED EDITIONS 2013                                                  

Gypsum proudly presents the Limited Edition series with the release of three newly commissioned and exclusive works by Taha Belal, Mahmoud Khaled and Basim Magdy. Limited Editions provide a unique opportunity to collect affordable artworks. They are original single works by artists that are not necessarily part of a larger series. Please note that the prices will increase as an edition sells out.

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Taha Belal 

Springjourneyhealthhajjdilemmaolivetouchinternationalorganizationsunitedstatesjournalism, 2013, inkjet print on coated paper, framed, approximately 42 x 29.7 cm.

By misusing a basic desktop printer and ink cartridges to produce streaky variations of six scanned book covers, Taha Belal pulls apart and puts together images to reveal the colors that were layered to form them.

Mahmoud Khaled  The Unknown Subject, 2013, inkjet print on matt photo paper, framed, 30 x 45 cm.  Mahmoud Khaled carries on his engagement with male identities, private lives and public spaces. The photograph was taken in 2009 at Montjuic Park, a cruising spot and a site for stranger intimacy in Barcelona.

Mahmoud Khaled 

The Unknown Subject, 2013, inkjet print on matt photo paper, framed, 30 x 45 cm. 

Mahmoud Khaled carries on his engagement with male identities, private lives and public spaces. The photograph was taken in 2009 at Montjuic Park, a cruising spot and a site for stranger intimacy in Barcelona.

Basim Magdy Tropical Disguise, 2013, black and white inkjet print from pickled negatives on matt photo paper, framed, 33 x 48.3 cm. This piece is part of an ongoing investigation on the numerous possibilities that manipulating film with household chemicals offer. The final image is a double exposure constructed from a picture taken at a tropical location, and another at the Museum of Hunting in Paris.

Basim Magdy

Tropical Disguise, 2013, black and white inkjet print from pickled negatives on matt photo paper, framed, 33 x 48.3 cm.

This piece is part of an ongoing investigation on the numerous possibilities that manipulating film with household chemicals offer. The final image is a double exposure constructed from a picture taken at a tropical location, and another at the Museum of Hunting in Paris.