Rodney Graham Works From 1976 to 1994

WALL, Jeff, et al

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Rodney Graham (b. 1949) is a British Columbian artist whose work follows the 1970s photoconceptual tradition. Many of his works are based on found books and feature additional pages, bookmarks, textual loops, and optical devices. This study of his work features Jeff Wall's "Into the Forest," Matthew Teitelbaum's "Returning to the Present or Writing a Place in the World," Boris Groys's "In the Context of Modernism," Marie-Ange Brayer's "Rodney Graham, An Optical Illusion." and Emile Van Balberghe and Yves Gevaert's "Catalogue raisonne." Appendices feature artist's notes, Techniques of Appropriations and Interpolation in five of Rodney Graham's Works, Freud Supplement, Chronology and Bibliography

Publication Info

  • Publisher: Art Gallery of York University
  • Edition: n/a
  • Date Published: 1994
  • Place Published: Toronto
  • ISBN: 0921972121


  • Condition: Very good
  • Signed: No
  • Dust Jacket: No
  • Jacket Condition: n/a
  • Details:
    136 p. 29 cm. 38 mainly colour illustrations. Cream spine with grey and cream paper boards. Corners bumped with small tears to the lower board corners. Inside like new: pages clean, text unmarked.

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