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Very Rare Vintage 1991 One of a Kind Signed Craig Morey Polaroid Test Photograph of Ayla
It's only a guess, but if Morey was to sell this one of a kind Polaroid today he would be asking over $250.00? Overall size is 3.25"x4.25", image size is 2.25"x2.25" (Hasselblad camera?
Polaroid test photographs by known photographers have sold for well over $1,000.00 at auction!!
Craig Morey is a Contemporary American artist. Craig Morey's work has been offered at auction multiple times, with realized prices ranging from 110 USD to 765 USD, depending on the size and medium of the artwork.
Craig Morey was born in 1952 in Ft. Wayne, Indiana, in the Midwestern U.S. He attended Indiana University and studied with the noted Bauhaus artist, Henry Holmes Smith. In 1974, Morey moved to California, where he and a group of other young photographers founded San Francisco Camerawork, the first nonprofit center for photography on the US West Coast. Camerawork Gallery was (and continues to be) devoted to showing the newest and most innovative work in contemporary photography. Morey served as Executive Director of SF Camerawork from its founding until 1981
A great deal of Morey's work in the late 90's moved toward a very stylized and iconic bondage theme, and his work from that period is often included in major publications of fetish and rope photo artistry. The legendary "fetish diva" and rigger, Midori, chose Morey to photograph her first book, The Seductive Art of Japanese Bondage, and they have continued to collaborate on various projects, including a documentary film by noted director Tony Cane-Honeysett, entitled Mondo Bondo, released in 2007.
Morey's fine art prints of his black & white work are sought by art collectors in the US and Europe, and his photographs are often included in major collections of erotica and fine art nude photography published in print or on the web. At present his monographs from the 90s are out of print, and only available from sources such as Amazon, eBay, or from the photographer himself.