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Jeff Wall: Transparencies

Price
$110.00
Date
1987
Format
Artists' Books
Size
22 × 27 × 1 cm
Length
109 pp
Genre
Photography, Out of Print & Rare
Description

This book is the first substantial illustrated volume devoted to Jeff Wall’s work.

Born in 1946, Jeff Wall is associate professor in Visual Art at the Centre for the Artis, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver BC, Canada. In the interview with Els Barents published here he discusses the relationship of his work to specific art-historical sources, to the intellectual, political and aesthetic traditions of the avant-garde, and to the pictorialism of contemporary mass culture.

  1. Jeff Wall: Transparencies Cover
 

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