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Jo de Banzie



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Limited Editions

A3 - 1/250
A2 - 1/100
A1 - 1/50
30 x 30cm - 1/250
40 x 40cm - 1/100
50 x 50cm - 1/50
30 x 40cm - 1/250
40 x 50cm - 1/100
60 x 80 cm - 1/50
70 x 100cm - 1/25
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  • Limited Edition and Certificate

    Every print series is available in limited editions in each size. Each print comes with a unique certificate of authenticity from the artist by Artdoc Photography Gallery. It provides the name of the image, the edition number, production date, certificate number and a hologram authentication patch that is matched by a unique number on both the print and certificate.

  • Framed Prints

    Our framed prints are available in the colours white, black & oak. The classical frames are made of wood and there will be added a white border to your print. The artwork will fit in the frame, so it is ready to be hung on your wall. The photographic art prints are printed on one of the most beautiful and high quality papers on the market, Hahnemühle Bamboo.

Jo de Banzie

Jo de Banzie employs the materiality of ancient and experimental photographic processes to explore memory and place. Her work combines historical research and archive material with oral history and the imagined to create visual narratives as seen through a female gaze. She applies a process-led approach and the use of conceptually relevant materials in visualising the unseen. Jo de Banzie is particularly interested in motherhood within the context of war. She uses her own family stories as a starting point; her work explores themes of nurture and loss. Her work is engaged with themes that remain universally relevant.


Jo de Banzie is a London-based artist interested in the interplay between the materiality of the photographic process and the representation of memory and place. After a career as a professional photographer in portraiture, Jo de Banzie returned to the analogue practice and now combines her knowledge of alternative processes with an interest in storytelling and social history. As a graduate of the London College of Communication’s Photojournalism & Documentary Photography master’s programme, she has exhibited in several group and solo shows. Her work is kept in private and museum collections, including the National Art Library Collection at the V&A.

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  • Returns

    Straight returns are not accepted as these are limited edition prints and are printed by order. In the rare event that your framed print arrives with any kind of damage, we will gladly replace it for you completely free of charge.

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