DigitalFusion and DCA Fine Art are pleased to announce the publication of a new and remarkable series of limited-edition fine art prints based on the artwork of one of the fathers of modern psychology, C.G. Jung.
The Fine ART of C.G. Jung’s The RED BOOK
Please join us for an opening reception to celebrate the exhibition and preview sale of selections from the series in DigitalFusion’s 3535 Gallery.
Saturday, November 2nd | 6-9 pm
3535 Hayden Ave, STE 100, Culver City, CA 90232 [map]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Digital Fusion and DCA Fine Art Announce the Opening of “The Fine ART of C.G. Jung’s The RED BOOK” featuring The Red Book Prints on November 2, 6-9 PM
Culver City, CA/USA – October 7th, 2013 — DigitalFusion and DCA Fine Art are pleased to announce the publication of a new and remarkable series of limited-edition prints based on artwork by Carl G. Jung, one of the fathers of modern psychology. DCA Fine Art and DigitalFusion host the official debut of the series at DigitalFusion’s The Red Book Gallery, 3535 Hayden Avenue, Suite 100, in Culver City, CA, on Saturday, November 2nd, 6 – 9 PM.
The exhibition features images from the sequence of 77 prints culled from C. G. Jung’s Liber Novus and realized with DigitalFusion’s state-of-the-art digital technology. Liber Novus, The Red Book, was produced and compiled by Jung as a personal “illuminated diary” of his dreams and interpretations, which began in 1913. The limited-edition series has been created with the cooperation of The Foundation for the Works of C.G. Jung in Zürich.
The original Red Book is currently on view in Venice, Italy, as the centerpiece of the Venice Biennale’s critically acclaimed show “The Encyclopedic Palace.” Forty separate reproductions from Liber Novus ring the display of the book itself. These pages were replicated especially for the Biennale by DigitalFusion, using the same technology now employed in the production of the new limited-edition print series.
DCA Fine art is available to lead press tours of DigitalFusion’s innovative capture facilities and to coordinate interviews with those at DigitalFusion responsible for creating prints so remarkably faithful to the original images from The Red Book.
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