Ian Wallace At the Intersection of Painting and Photography | Author: Arnold Grant and Daina Augaitis
Ian Wallace: At the Intersection of Painting and Photography is a monograph on the photographic work of one of Canada's most significant contemporary artists. Ian Wallace's influence is lasting and broad. He has made an outstanding impact on both his contemporaries and subsequent generations through his important work as an art historian, critic and educator and also through an art practice that has consistently demonstrated conceptual rigor and aesthetic innovation.
The book draws together these key themes by presenting the images alongside essays split by nature-- Still image; Studio; Museum; Street and including a chronology of key works. This book covers the full range of his distinguished career and the principle themes that he has evolved over four decades of work.
210 x 260 x 33.02 mm
Ricky Maynard: Portrait Of A Distant Land
Ricky Maynard has built a career photographing and documenting the histories of Indigenous communities, primarily in and around his home in Tasmania. To look at a photograph by Ricky Maynard is...
Detective Special | Author: Prudence Murphy
Detective Special invites us to examine our response to guns – the gun as fetish, the gun as purchasable part, the gun transcending the world of play and moving across...
Annie Leibovitz: The Early Years, 1970–1983 | Author: Luc Sante
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Annie Leibovitz began working as a photographer in the early 1970s, which was a volatile and frenetic time in America. The lines had yet to be drawn between journalists and...