• Image of No More Chess - Burnt out Corridor
  • Image of No More Chess - Burnt out Corridor
  • Image of No More Chess - Burnt out Corridor
  • Image of No More Chess - Burnt out Corridor

NO MORE CHESS
(Iraqi Embassy)
Burnt out Corridor

Original photo print for Conquer Gear © by Anthony Lycett. Signed limited edition of 250.

Part of the "Memories Collection" each photo features an Illustration by Tomoya Hiramatsu, it was a collaboration artwork made and produced by Conquer Gear.

Photo Print, on C-Type Matt Fujifilm for a rich depth of colour.
Fuji Crystal Archive paper with a semi-matte finish.

2 Options;

Unmounted version sent in a Roll = £50
1/250 edition photo
50.8 x 25.4cm
20"inch x 10"inch

Or

The mounted version sent flat pack = £56 (includes project summary and pre-mounted edition postcard)
1/250 edition photo
50.8 x 40.64cm
20"inch x 16"inch

Each one is a Limited Edition of 250, all are signed and numbered by Anthony Lycett the photographer.

Prints sent by special delivery (UK) international first class overseas.

The story of the visit:
"Abandoned in 1991
There is something to be said for not publicising abandoned spaces far and wide; it attracts more people on a weekend than an art gallery. The first time we went here on a cold January weekday the only people around were office workers staring from desktops of neighbouring offices, as we went around and leafed through Saddam Hussein’s old pamphlets. It felt eerie and disconnected from its surroundings that day. Now it seems like the number one weekend destination for couples on a date, as we found out to our surprise when we walked in on a man photographing his naked girlfriend in one of the bathrooms. After readjusting to this idea of people on a very strange day out, it dawned on us that this of all places, where the ‘Memories’ project was first formed in our minds, has become an unofficial gallery space. Leaving Conquer prints here seemed incredibly natural, as many groups traipsed past us as we took photos they didn’t seem perturbed in the slightest."