Publisher: Ottawa: The National Gallery of Canada, in association with Yale University Press, New Haven and London, 2003
Edition: 1st Edition
Condition: Fine / Fine
Item #: 112980
First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Black cloth with title stamped in silver on spine, with photographically illustrated dust jacket. Photographs by Edward Burtynsky. Text by Lori Pauli. Essays by Mark Haworth-Booth and Kenneth Baker. Interview with Edward Burtynsky by Michael Torosian. Includes a biography, exhibition history and a selected bibliography. Designed by Ian Hunt. 160 pp., with 64 four-color plates and numerous four-color reference illustrations, beautifully printed on fine paper by CS Graphics. 13 x 11-1/8 inches. Published on the occasion of the 2003 exhibition Manufactured Landscapes: The Photographs of Edward Burtynsky, at the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.
Fine in Fine dust jacket.
From the publisher: "Over the past twenty-five years, the internationally renowned Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky has been an explorer of unfamiliar places where human activity has reshaped the surface of the land. His astonishing large-scale color photographs of the landscapes of mining, quarrying, railcutting, recycling, oil refining, and shipbreaking uncover a stark, almost sublime beauty in the residue of industrial 'progress.' The implicit social and environmental upheavals that underlie these images make them powerful emblems of our times. This handsome catalogue of the first major retrospective of Burtynsky's work features essays by Lori Pauli, Kenneth Baker, and Mark Haworth-Booth, as well as a wide-ranging interview with the artist by Michael Torosian."