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The Grand Tour

£14.99

Product description

Black cloth hard covers, gilt titles. Internally as new. Many glossy colour photographs. Published for exhibitions in Birmingham, London, New Forest and Italy. Text includes essays by Edward Chaney, Alexandra Boyd, Isabella MacPherson, Emmanuelle Lavaud, Peter Bonnell, Camilla Brown. The book is organised into a series of 'journeys': Journey I: Veduta Romantica, Journey II: Glocal Panorama, Jourey III: Atlantis, En Route: Paris Remains, Journey IV: Terroir and the Pathetic Fallacy, En Route: Les Precieuses. The works reproduced here are described as photographic sculptures or sculptural photographs. As romantic as the photographic landscapes are they are also desolate and dehumanised. The aim of the artist is to immerse the viewer by breaking down barriers between them and the magical worlds that she creates.

Item details

Author(s):
Chong Kwan, Gayle
Condition:
Fine
Edition:
2009
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0955840643
ISBN-13:
9780955840647
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
ArtSway

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Black cloth hard covers, gilt titles. Internally as new. Many glossy colour photographs. Published for exhibitions in Birmingham, London, New Forest and Italy. Text includes essays by Edward Chaney, Alexandra Boyd, Isabella MacPherson, Emmanuelle Lavaud, Peter Bonnell, Camilla Brown. The book is organised into a series of 'journeys': Journey I: Veduta Romantica, Journey II: Glocal Panorama, Jourey III: Atlantis, En Route: Paris Remains, Journey IV: Terroir and the Pathetic Fallacy, En Route: Les Precieuses. The works reproduced here are described as photographic sculptures or sculptural photographs. As romantic as the photographic landscapes are they are also desolate and dehumanised. The aim of the artist is to immerse the viewer by breaking down barriers between them and the magical worlds that she creates.

Author(s):
Chong Kwan, Gayle
Condition:
Fine
Edition:
2009
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0955840643
ISBN-13:
9780955840647
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
ArtSway

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