Callahan, Dawid, Sugimoto

Ostlind, Niclas

Published by Steidl, 2015
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Synopsis: Callahan, Dawid, Sugimoto brings together the work of Harry Callahan, Dawid, and Hiroshi Sugimoto to explore how three seemingly disparate photographers respectively and collectively test the aesthetic, technical, and conceptual possibilities of the medium. The catalogue for the exhibition at Pace/MacGill examines black and white photography's ability to seamlessly merge objective representation and formal abstraction. Utilizing large format cameras to visually intensify their chosen subjects, these artists transcend narrative description and thus transform our vision, causing us to consider the motifs they photograph in different and novel ways. All distinctly geometric and precisely composed, Callahan's, Dawid's, and Sugimoto's images present us with delicate interplays between light and dark tonalities, positive and negative space, surface and depth, rhythmic lines and visual rhymes.

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Title: Callahan, Dawid, Sugimoto
Publisher: Steidl
Publication Date: 2015
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Book Description Steidl Publishers; Pace/MacGill Gallery, Gottingen, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Slate grey cloth/boards; black lettering. 72 pp. full of bw plates, including 1 folding. Callahan, Dawid, Sugimoto brings together the work of Harry Callahan, Dawid, and Hiroshi Sugimoto to explore how three seemingly disparate photographers respectively and collectively test the aesthetic, technical, and conceptual possibilities of the medium. The catalogue for the exhibition at Pace/MacGill examines black and white photography's ability to seamlessly merge objective representation and formal abstraction. Utilizing large format cameras to visually intensify their chosen subjects, these artists transcend narrative description and thus transform our vision, causing us to consider the motifs they photograph in different and novel ways. All distinctly geometric and precisely composed, Callahan's, Dawid's, and Sugimoto's images present us with delicate interplays between light and dark tonalities, positive and negative space, surface and depth, rhythmic lines and visual rhymes. - from the publisher's web site. Published for the exhibit held at Pace/MacGill Gallery, New York, October to December 2015 and at Amells Fine Art Dealer, Stockholm, January to February 2016. Seller Inventory # 160137

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