Mattia Baldi FineArt Prints

The difference between a high quality print and the low resolution files posted on the web is simply astounding. Only a really good print can fully render all the details and richness of color found in my images. From 2019 the FineArt work of Mattia Baldi is available in high quality prints.

All prints are limited, signed, numbered and certified. Prints are produced under collaboration with IQ LAB (www.iqlab.co.th) FineArt quality photo lab based Bangkok, Thailand to give museum quality finish to the final print.

All Mattia Baldi’s production is printed on: Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Baryta 315 gsm · 100% Cotton · white high-gloss Photo Rag® Baryta combines the virtues of a luxury cotton paper and a traditional baryta board. The very fine surface texture with the baryta gloss endows portraits with a particularly expressive character.

Each Fine Art Photographic Print is individually numbered and has been hand-signed by Mattia Baldi. Prints are shipped rolled (unframed) in a robust protective tube. Prints are normally shipped within 7 to 10 days from purchase.

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Blue and Yellow Days - my years in Beijing

Mattia Baldi was resident in Beijing before and after the Olympic games. His photographic journey trough Beijing explores the changes of a city who was rebuilding itself, constructing a new idea of city. This book show the failures, the mistakes but also the inner poetic of modern China. Mattia Baldi never looses his style bringing to our eyes all the visions of an artist born in the eighties who's looking at the reality today.

“Mattia has the talent for seeing the photograph before it is taken, taking in account it's evident devotion to underline the absurdities of a country like China in the developing years around the Beijing Olympic Games. Some of the pictures in this book are astonishing in their simplicity and their clear message: China is giving up a millennial culture to absorb a rude copy of the western world, could this ever being considered beautiful? Through Mattia eyes the transformation is possible, with the immortal tool of Art. A must have book for those attentive to the Asian world.”

Paolo Alberto Volpe

The book “Blue and Yellow Days” is available on Amazon: here

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