Seldom is a word as powerful and evocative as the noun, ‘Freedom’; meaning of course, to be free and liberated to go forth in this world and do as you like. It was also the title of a huge George Michael hit from the 1990s, but that’s another story altogether. Here and now – as of autumn 2017 – ‘Freedom’ illustratively refers to the brand new giclee limited edition print which has been lavishly created by one of the globe’s most renowned photographers, namely Raphael Mazzucco. In case you never received the memo, Mazzucco has been compositionally responsible previously for capturing iconic imagery for the likes of Vogue and Vanity Fair magazines, as well as fashion house, Ralph Lauren. The equally acclaimed contemporary figurative art exponent in him, has now manifest this 22.5” x 26”, hand-signed iteration, which was pictorially inspired by a visit to Kenya’s Great Rift Valley. Talking about this very piece, Mazzucco recently said ahead of its launch; “I will never forget the view from where my room was looking onto the beautiful plains of Africa.” Elsewhere, Mazzucco’s very latest portfolio visually conveys the human form against a backdrop of startling landscapes that span the continents; from Icelandic glaciers to African wildlife, and is available to request further information about as of now.