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The work of Angela Grauerholz occupies an important place in Canadian and international photography. From the 1980s on, her search to redefine the art of photography, has taken various forms that draw one from the other - including portraits and interior and exterior scenes with or without people. Yet regardless the subject, her work gives an impression of timelessness with images that are both commonplace and sublime. This retrospective publication covers twenty years of production and highlights her major photographic and installation works. Three critical essays discuss Grauerholz’s work in relation to time, memory and representation.
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Book Description National Gallery of Canada, 2010. Condition: New. SEALED NEW COPY, SHIPPED FROM THE UK WITHIN 1 WORKING DAY. Seller Inventory # 484/RG/940H
Book Description National Gallery of Canada, 2010. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # XAB--004