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Jeff Wall, Smaller Pictures
Jeff Wall, Smaller Pictures

Jeff WALL, Smaller Pictures

  • Editions Xavier Barral (publisher)
  • September, 2015 (date of publication)
  • ISBN 978-2-36511-078-5
  • 108 pages
  • 35 euros

Official catalogue of the exhibition Jeff Wall, Smaller Pictures at the Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson, Paris, from 9th september to 20 december 2015.

The book brings together a set of works, selected by the artist and devised from the outset in small formats. Through a chronological sequence from the early 1970’s until today, we observe the sharpness and precision of Jeff Wall’s approach all the better here, with all of his passion for Art History and his broad knowledge of painting. Alternating points of view between a « wandering »  approach for the photo-text essay Landscape Manual of the early 1970’s, carefully composed subjects on lightboxes with Diagonal Composition (1993), and more intimate themes with Torso (1997) printed on paper.

An essay by French critic and historian Jean-François Chevrier along with an interview between Chevrier and the artist enlighten us on the multiple facets of this work.

Photographs
Jeff Wall

Texts
Texts by Agnès Sire and Jean-François Chevrier
Conversation between Jeff Wall and Jean-François Chevrier

19 x 24 cm
46 photographs colour and black and white

 

Shipments to Europe only.

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