Artistic

«The Appearance» by V. Bryskin (Russia, 1990)
A mixed-media artistic installation. Authors: V. Bryskin (holography), A. Prostev (installation). Saint-Petersburg, Russia. Monochromatic reflection hologram on glass. Illumination from top.

«Infinity» by V. Bryskin (Russia, 1990)
A mixed-media artistic installation. Authors: V. Bryskin (holography), A. Prostev (installation). Saint-Petersburg, Russia. Monochromatic reflection hologram on glass. Illumination from top.

‘Boy George with Orchids’ by RICHMOND HOLOGRAPHIC STUDIOS (UK, March 1985)
From a series of portraits of Boy George, lead singer and post-modern persona of the pop group ‘Culture Club’ . The make-up and poses were George’s own idea, giving a powerful and well-composed image. Monochrome reflection hologram on glass, transferred from pulsed ruby laser master using a 50mW He-Ne laser, size 50×60 cm portrait. Limited Edition (#5/50).

«Nostradamus» by V. Bryskin (Russia, 1990)
A mixed-media artistic installation. Authors: V. Bryskin (holography), A. Prostev (installation). Saint-Petersburg, Russia. Monochromatic reflection hologram on glass. Illumination from top.

«The End» by V. Bryskin (Russia, 1990)
A mixed-media artistic installation. The portrait depicted is that of A. Prostev. He developed some disease after this eerie work. A woman-healer said that it is because of this hologram. He broke the hologram and the disease disappeared. Authors: V. Bryskin (holography), A. Prostev (installation). Saint-Petersburg, Russia. Monochromatic reflection hologram on glass. Illumination from top.

«The Appearance» by V. Bryskin (Russia, 1990)
A mixed-media artistic installation. Authors: V. Bryskin (holography), A. Prostev (installation). Saint-Petersburg, Russia. Monochromatic reflection hologram on glass. Illumination from top.

«Fragile Life» by V. Bryskin (Russia, 1990)
A mixed-media artistic installation. Authors: V. Bryskin (holography), A. Prostev (installation). Saint-Petersburg, Russia. Monochromatic reflection hologram on glass. Illumination from top.

«Ancient Greek Masks» by IESL-FORTH (GR, 2010)
An excellent demonstration of the transparency of a reflection hologram as the pseudoscopic images can be observed in space when illuminated and viewed from the reverse side. A very bright monochromatic reflection hologram on transparent BB-Pan glass plate, size 30x40cm portrait, framed in brushed metal.
Author: Elsa Tsiranidou.

«Great Grandmother» by Pearl John (UK, 2014).
Mixed media with digital photograph and reflection hologram, size 20x25cm.

‘Temporary Measure’ by Patrick Boyd (UK, 1988)
Work by Patrick Boyd, an artist and photographer who has gained an international reputation for his holograms. A pulse portrait of a decorated woman seen through an immense front lens, a common visual effect at its best. Possibly originated at RICHMOND HOLOGRAPHIC STUDIOS (UK) facilities. An RCA graduate in artistic holography and awarded a Fulbright Fellowship at the Museum of Holography in New York in 1989, Patrick decided that he would attempt to use holography as a documentary medium, recording events and scenes that he found in everyday life. “I started to experiment with combining holography and photography to make holographic stereograms (holograms generated using a series of photographic images),” he said. Monochrome reflection hologram on glass, size 30×40 cm landscape, metal framed 43×32 cm. Very limited edition (#1 of 5 copies). Etch-signed by artist.