Come and See (Idi I Smotri)
by Joao Ruas





This one's not going to be for everyone — ‘Come and See’, Elem Klimov's brutally honest account of World War II, has been described by critic Roger Ebert as “one of the most devastating films ever about anything” and is arguably the most important film ever made about World War II, if not the most important film ever made about war, full stop. Joao Ruas’ bleak yet jaw-droppingly beautiful interpretation is a masterful homage to a film that leaves no one who dares watch it indifferent. As always we are thankful to Mosfilm in Moscow for the opportunity and support in bringing this project to life.

An edition of just 60 24"x28" 8-colour screen prints, expertly printed on beautiful Somerset 100% Cotton Rag by White Duck Screen Print. One random buyer will also receive the original pencil sketch by Joao Ruas alongside the print.

10% of the profit from this print will be donated to War Child.

On sale Wednesday 03 August 2016 at 4pm UK Time (BST) from our shop.

24" x 28"
8-colour screen print
300gsm Somerset 100% Cotton Rag
Printed by White Duck Screenprint
Hand numbered from an edition of 60
Gallery stamp on the reverse
£100









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