Col­or of a Mem­o­ry (Pitts­burgh, Penn­syl­va­nia, 1972)

Offset print
Poster edition
59.5 × 65.8
1996 / 2003

The following text is printed at the bottom of the poster:

‘Photographs taken in the 1970s have a orange tinge which is the result of a specific color balance. Later in the 1980’s they have a redder tinge and in the 1990s they shift to more of a blue. The orange haze effect in the 1970s photographs is not only due to the process used, the development paper and the fact that they are now ageing, but also is the result of a decision taken to match the aspirations of the moment, to represent a time frame.’

Print: Atelier Seydoux, Paris