New York: Bykert Gallery, 1971. 6 1/2 x 6 5/8" card, silver gelatin print on recto of 9 variable shutter speed photographs of the gallery sign, with exhibition information printed at recto.
A photographic print as exhibition announcement featured a series of 9 photographs of the same subject, the Gykert Gallery sign, passing from white to black. Dibbets began to use photography in 1967, the same year that he abandoned painting. His variable shutter speed works are important investigations of conceptual photography.
Addressed and postmarked. A very good example with several creases which lightly affect the surface of the print. Item #28103