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David Drebin's Photo Sculptures make Canadian debut at Art Toronto October 28 to 31 2016

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David Drebin's Photo Sculptures make Canadian debut at Art Toronto
Part of Art Toronto - October 28 to 31, 2016

Internationally-acclaimed photographer and multi-disciplinary artist brings his muses to life with 3D-imaging technology

TORONTO, ON – Canadian-born, New York City-based and internationally-renowned artist and master photographer David Drebin will debut his revolutionary Photo Sculptures for the first time ever in Canada at Art Toronto, an exhibition and fair of modern and contemporary art running from Friday, October 28 to Sunday, October 31.
“Lips and Love” Etching on Starfire Crystal Glass by David Drebin
In recent years, Drebin has evolved into a multi-disciplinary artist to complement and expand on his photographic art prodigy. Drebin’s one-of-a-kind Photo Sculptures bring his muses and femme fatales to life through a unique process and the power of 3D-imaging, allowing onlookers to explore all angles of his cinematic scenes.

Three of Drebin’s limited edition Photo Sculptures, alongside a selection of his signature, landscape and cityscape photography will be showcased at booth #A22 (Galerie De Bellefeuille) and #A41 (Sandra Ainsley Gallery) at Art Toronto.
“Below the Surface” Photo Sculpture by David Drebin
“I was inspired by the transformative technology of 3D-imaging and how I was able to express my vision through a brand new medium,” said Drebin. “I am thrilled to share my photo sculptures with art lovers at Art Toronto and subsequently at Art Miami at Art Basel this season.”
“Below the Surface” Photo Sculpture by David Drebin
Renowned for creating spectacular artworks, from dynamic storytelling photography to vibrant lightboxes and neon light installations, Drebin’s pieces are collected internationally, having been shown at prestigious art fairs, galleries and exhibitions worldwide.

In September 2016, Drebin released his fifth coffee table book Dreamscapes by teNeues Publishing Group, featuring a curated collection of breathtaking city and landscapes such as Manhattan’s impressive cityscapes, the stunning beaches of the Amalfi Coast, the bustling energy of downtown San Francisco and the charming boulevards of Paris.

Dreamscapes is available online for $84 CAD.

“Teardrop” Photo Sculpture by David Drebin


About David Drebin
Toronto-born, New York City-based and internationally-acclaimed contemporary artist and photographer, David Drebin is renowned for creating spectacular shots of dazzling subjects. In recent years, Drebin has evolved into a multi-disciplinary artist with works that include his iconic photographs, lightboxes, neon sign installations, glass wall art and 3D photo sculptures. In a unique manner, he combines voyeuristic and psychological perspectives offering the viewer a dramatic insight into their own emotions and experiences. His work has often been described as epic, dreamy, imaginative, smart, sexy, elegant and sometimes even funny.

Instagram:  @daviddrebinofficial
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