Started in 2010 by Ryan Boatright and Caroline Barcella, Atelier Boba began as a fine art inkjet printing and photographs conservation studio located in a small space in Montmartre, Paris. In 2015, along with their colleagues Alice Tremblais and Quentin Evrard, they expanded and moved into a 160 sq meter studio space at CAP 18, an industrial park in the northern sector of Paris that houses many other businesses offering craft-based services.
Currently, Atelier Boba has an array of high-end professional scanners and pigment inkjet printers, the latest of which can print up to 64” (163cm) wide. It also possesses a line plotter and a RISO machine used to create unique prints and artist’s books. In collaboration with various partners at CAP 18 and other professional networks the studio has access to many additional print technologies used for oversized installation and/or site specific works, artist’s books, and catalogues. Furthermore, Atelier Boba proposes a variety of mounting and framing options that can be easily arranged for clients.
With varied backgrounds and professional experiences, the equip at Atelier Boba have unique perspectives on art, photography, printing, and conservation. Synergistically, they are in a unique position to offer highly unique and customized services to artists, photographers, museums, and other cultural institutions.