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Michael Massaia

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Afterlife-1, 2009 Platinum / Palladium Print 22"x27" © Michael Massaia
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Afterlife - 2, 2009 Platinum / Palladium Print 22"x27" © Michael Massaia
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Afterlife - 3, 2008 Platinum / Palladium Print 22"x27" © Michael Massaia
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Afterlife - 4, 2009 Platinum / Palladium Print 22"x27" © Michael Massaia
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Deep In A Dream - Central Park, 2009 Platinum / Palladium Print 22"x27" © Michael Massaia
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Deep In A Dream - Central Park, 2009 Platinum / Palladium Print 22"x27" © Michael Massaia
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Deep In A Dream - Central Park, 2009 Platinum / Palladium Print 22"x27" © Michael Massaia
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Seeing the Black Dog , 2012 Platinum/palladium Print 32 X 42 Inches
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Seeing the Black Dog-NJ Turnpike 1, 2011 Multicoated Platinum/palladium Print on Somerset Satin Paper 32x42 Inches © J.Cacciola Gallery
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Seeing the Black Dog-NJ Turnpike 2, 2011 Archival Pigment Print on Baryta Paper-printed by Artist 44x62 Inches © J.Cacciola Gallery
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Seeing the Black Dog-NJ Turnpike 4, 2011 Archival Pigment Print on Baryta Paper-printed by Artist 44x56 Inches © J.Cacciola Gallery
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Seeing the Black Dog-NJ Turnpike 5, 2011 Archival Pigment Print on Baryta Paper-printed by Artist 25x44 Inches © J.Cacciola Gallery
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Seeing the Black Dog-NJ Turnpike 6, 2011 Archival Pigment Print on Baryta Paper-printed by Artist 25x45 Inches © J.Cacciola Gallery
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After Life Part 2, 2012 Gelatin Silver Print 30 X 40 Inches © 2012
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Gapstow Bridge - Deep in A Dream, Central Park Toned Silver Gelatin Print 30 X 40 Inches
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Airplane Installation, Deep in a Dream - Central Park series, 2012 Toned Silver Gelatin Print 30 X 40 Inches
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Bow Bridge, Deep in a Dream - Central Park series, 2012 Toned Silver Gelatin Print 20 X 24 Inches
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Central Park Moonrise, Deep in a Dream - Central Park series, 2009 Toned Silver Gelatin Print 40 X 30 Inches
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East View 2, Deep in a Dream - Central Park, 2014 Toned Silver Gelatin Print 30 X 40 Inches
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Fall Exit, Deep in a Dream - Central Park series, 2013 Toned Silver Gelatin Print 20 X 24 Inches
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Fall Exit, Deep in a Dream - Central Park series, 2013 Toned Silver Gelatin Print 20 X 24 Inches
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January Freeze, Deep in a Dream - Central Park series, 2013 Toned Silver Gelatin Print 20 X 24 Inches
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Naumburg Bandshell, Deep in a Dream - Central Park series, 2013 Toned Silver Gelatin Print 20 X 24 Inches
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Gapstow Bridge, Deep in a Dream - Central Park series, 2009 Toned Silver Gelatin Print 40 X 30 Inches
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Transmogrify and the Passing of Things: Spiderman, 2014 Pigment Print © Image copyrighted by Michael Massaia
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Quick Facts
Birth year
1978
Lives in
New York City & New Jersey
Works in
New York City & New Jersey
Tags
photography
Statement

Michael Massaia is a fine art Photographer and Printmaker living and working in New york City and New Jersey. All of his work focuses on New York City, and New Jersey life and landscape. He has devoted the past 4 years to hand making large format Platinum/Palladium prints for all of his monochrome portfolios utilizing a "damp processing " technique. His exposures are made using large Metal Halide Plate Makers.

For his color work, Michael is one of the few photographers still working with Polaroid Time Zero film.  He uses this film for his hand manipulated Polaroid SX-70 photographs of New york City.