Monographic catalogue examining the forcefield of relations artist Joyce
Campbell has activated between photography,
material history, science
fiction, and the care and reading of sacred and symbolic landscapes,
over the course of her near three-decade career.
The third title in a series of publications dedicated to artists' residencies at Maison Bernard, a masterpiece of organic architecture carried out in the 1970s by Antti Lovag in association with Pierre Bernard. The book documents a site-specific project by photograph Yves Gellie, a work on light and perception.
Gathering works from 1994 to 2017, this new monograph focuses on the artist's fictional self-portraits from his lightbox series as well as on his musical production. It includes an iconographic documentation, essays by artists, critics, and curators, and a text by Graham himself.
Since 1993 Victor Burgin has produced projection works, in video or digital form. These works, like all his production since the early 1970s, include a substantial textual component which this book offers for appreciation independently of the images.
Monograph / artist's book based on seven films by the Canadian filmmaker, whose work creates a dialogue between film, photography and painting (with a script by Mark Lewis and an essay by Chantal Pontbriand).
Transcript of Jeff Wall's extraordinary lecture on Marcel Duchamp's great legacy Étant donnés, presented at the First Annual Anne d'Harnoncourt Memorial Symposium, September 11, 2009, at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
A reflection on the tensions and social uses of contemporary forms of representation on the basis of an exercise in critical analysis focussing on the multifaceted artistic practices of two international artists (catalogue of the exhibition at the Jeu de Paume, Paris, April - June, 2009, with texts by the artists and four philosophers).
The first extensive survey catalogue of the work of a key figure of the extraordinary artistic ferment in the Canadian city of Vancouver and a pioneer and theorist of its internationally regarded tradition of photo-conceptualism.