Fine Art Prints: All my prints are limited to 13 copies and have a numbered certificate of authenticity hologram, to ensure the quality of the works I use 100% cotton pigmented inks and papers.
Inks: I use pigmented inks conforming to ISO 9706 quality museum conservation, developed to meet the most demanding requirements of art galleries and museums in terms of resistance and aging.
Papers: To make my prints high quality FineArt papers I use 100% cotton, caraterizan Rag papers for its smooth surface and are ideal for printing both black and white and color. This paper is the best answer to market requirements in terms of resistance, aging and durability.
Certificate of authenticity: All my prints are limited, are signed, numbered and bear a hologram on the back of each work. They are accompanied by a certificate which is a high quality paper with fluorescent fibers security endowed with continuous numbering another hologram in the hologram coincides with the work. This method of Authenticity was designed to ensure the originality of works of art issued in limited series and avoid the risk of counterfeiting.
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Juan Cañete is a professional photographer specializing in Fine Art photography. His projects include travel photography, nature, urban landscape and architecture. Its clients focus on art collectors, multinational companies, architecture studies and graphic media. He was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. His early fascination and appreciation for other cultures led him to travel around much of the world, this experience allowed him to live in many cities in Asia, Africa and Europe. Today he teaches Workshops and Master Classes throughout the country while continuing to develop his personal and commercial photographic projects.