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Dag Alveng : Summer Light

Adams, Robert ; Weski, Thomas ; Gange, Eva Klerck

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ISBN 10: 8249500407 / ISBN 13: 9788249500406
Published by Forlaget Oktober, Oslo, 2001
Used Condition: Near Fine Hardcover
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108 pages. Hardcover, bound with blue-gray cloth covered boards with a printed paper dustjacket. Dustjacket has a few closed tears, although now encased in a Mylar sleeve, with a small stain to the rear panel that evidences a previous adhesive price sticker. Binding is tight and solid, with a clean interior free of markings. Black and white reproductions of the artist's photographs. Texts in English. Published in conjunction with the exhibition held at the Sprengel Museum from March-May, 2001; and at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Oslo, June - September, 2001. Bookseller Inventory # 014371

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Title: Dag Alveng : Summer Light

Publisher: Forlaget Oktober, Oslo

Publication Date: 2001

Binding: Cloth

Book Condition:Near Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine

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Synopsis:

Dag Alveng's beautiful black and white photographs are a study, as the title suggests, in light. Taken at the Norwegian seashore, these landscapes, seascapes, and family scenes all have something to say about the play of sun and shadow and about the power of light in the Northern summer. These are quiet photographs with the remarkably rich tones that Alveng is known for, and they are exquisitely printed. They have the power to transport us to his idyllic summer, because, as Robert Adams writes, "Dag Alveng's photographs are as peaceful as their subject." This is a photo essay of a summer we would all like to spend.

About the Author:

Robert Adams was born in 1937, educated in California, and taught English at the university level for nearly a decade. He has spent the succeeding thirty years as a photographer. His numerous books include The New West (1974), From the Missouri West (1980), Los Angeles Spring (1986), To Make it Home (1989), Listening to the River (1994), West from the Columbia (1995), What We Brought (1995), and Notes for Friends (1999). Adams has been awarded the Guggenheim and MacArthur foundation fellowships for his photography. For his current project he is photographing the clearcuts of Oregon.

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