Silence, as we all appreciate, is sometimes golden, whilst pictures often speak a thousand words. So bring the two elements together and what have you got, aside from Raphael Mazzucco’s brand new autumn 2017 giclee limited edition, entitled (what else but?), ‘Memory of Silence.’ Explaining how in this particular hand-signed, 17.5” x 26” iteration the acclaimed photographer-turned-contemporary figurative art practitioner he ‘brought silence into the piece’, the exciting new composition-creating talent, Mazzucco goes on to describe how he ‘felt this through the entirety of the photoshoot.’ Said photoshoot took place in Vancouver in Canada, with the film used to capture the imagery (and the source of graphic inspiration for the subsequent art work we witness today) being harnessed by an old Nikon F2 camera, according to Mazzucco. The ultimate piece he created ensures that Mazzucco readily identifies with the ‘life journey that has been in-cased in time’; a life journey which in his own case has taken in a previous career which has seen him provide photographs used in features in a galaxy of high end coffee table publications; including Vanity Fair and Vogue. Please do speak with us now about how you can acquire this study.