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A Strange Arrangement - 24 x 18 - Framed

Run #00854afr
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TYPE:Archival Pigment Print on 300gsm Museum Grade 100% Cotton Rag
SIZE:24 x 18 Inches
This RUN comes signed & numbered and with a Certificate of Authenticity from Jeremy Deputat and 1xRUN.
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This RUN includes a 1 inch black wood frame with 6 ply conservation matting with UV-glass, foam core backing and ready to hang hardware. Framed size with matte is 29 x 23 inches.

Opening to the public Friday, July 18th from 7-11pm, Inner State Gallery is proud to welcome Detroit photographer Jeremy Deputat for his debut solo exhibition Nothing Is Forever. Through portraiture and street photography, Nothing Is Forever showcases a hometown hero who has honed his craft from humble beginnings and documented musicians and artists with unwavering personality and honesty.

Spanning Deputat’s professional career, Nothing Is Forever showcases an impressive collection of global music icons that he has captured throughout the last 10 years. His intimate and personal portraits of Eminem, Kid Rock, 50 Cent, Mayer Hawthorne and Rick Rubin have been seen by millions of fans on multi-platinum albums, magazine covers and widely distributed press photos. In addition to this global lineup, Deputat also keeps his eye on the pulse of the underground capturing legendary photographs of Detroit's own Elzhi, Phat Kat, Moodyman and Danny Brown.
Since he was a kid in the 80’s collecting records (Run-DMC’s “Raising Hell” kicked off his collection) and magazines like Thrasher, Hit Parader & Metal Edge, Jeremy “JD” Deputat has been influenced by music, culture and art. Combining his desire to create and his fascination with capturing life on film led the Detroit-bred artist to quit his day job as an art director and to focus on doing what he loves the most - photographing people and culture. Although he travels frequently, JD continues to sculpt his raw style and gain inspiration from the gritty Motor City he calls home.

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