Lago di Lei 1 by Simon Zangger
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Lago di Lei
After fifty years of successful electricity production the artificial lake Lago di Lei in the canton of Grison, Switzerland was completely drained for maintenance work. Just before the first snow started covering the landscape and borders disappeared, Simon Zangger photographed the surreal situation in 1930 meters above sea level. On the clay bottom of the lake stone ruins and remains of a small town came to light. The village had to make way for the fifth-largest Swiss dam at the time of construction. The horizontal line drawn at the center of the photograph divides the scenery and creates a visual balance.

Lago di Lei 1

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Simon Zangger
Lago di Lei 1 by Simon Zangger


Our Art Poster has a uniform format of 60 x 80 cm and is produced as an open edition. The high-quality art print is supplied with Japanese paper clips and can be easily hung on any wall. Because of the standard poster format, matching picture frames are available in almost any do it yourself store.

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The exclusive pure cotton paper is provided by Museo and was originally developed by the renowned Crane & Company in the United States. It boasts an impressive colour depth and a unique matte look. We print in a 9-colour gicée process, allowing us to guarantee brilliant print quality and colour fastness for 90 years.


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