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Nóra Fanni Zentay

Precarious Spaces & Existences 4

Precarious Spaces & Existences 4

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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.

Nóra Fanni Zentay

Nóra Fanni Zentay uses alternative photographic processes as a form of hybrid visual expression. With lumen prints and cyanotypes, she paints with lights and shadows. She makes photograms without a camera and creates chemigrams, which means painting with photographic chemicals. Her art focuses on capturing the everchanging, uncertain state of nature. She focuses on human vulnerability as our natural condition. To express this insecure state of being, she works with accidental tools, broken materials or expired photographic papers damaged by time.


Nóra Fanni Zentay was born in 1987 in Budapest. She is a Hungarian visual artist and researcher. She earned an MA in Graphic Design from the University of Hertfordshire (IDI), UK and completed the Doctoral Programme in Film, Media and Contemporary Culture at Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary. She is an external lecturer and researcher as a PhD candidate. During her postgraduate studies, she has developed a hybrid art practice through analogue printmaking including traditional graphic printmaking (monotype, collagraph print) and alternative photographic printing processes such as cyanotype, vandyke, lumen, chemigram and chemilumen processes.

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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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