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Calum Colvin

£70.00

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Catalogue of photographs by renown Scottish photographer Calum Colvin for an exhibition organised by The Fruitmarket Gallery shown between 14th of April and 20th of May, 1990. Calum Colvin's rich, anarchic and often highly amusing photopieces are amongst the most significant artworks to emerge from Scotland during the eighties. The elaborate scenarios of the imagination which Colvin develops in his tableaux permit access to a realm wherein myth, identity and cultural traditions are dismembered and reordered with genial impunity. Black-and-white photographic covers and spine in good condition. Tightly bound. Contents very clean and bright. Essay by David Mellor illustrated with 13 b&w photographs. Contains 20 cibachrome prints (2 single panel and 6 triptychs) of the exhibited works.

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Author(s):
Colvin, Callum (photographs); McLeod, Fiona and Findlay, Judith (ed)
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
30cm x 24cm
Edition:
First Edition
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0947912762
ISBN-13:
9780947912765
Number of pages:
42
Publisher:
The Fruitmarket Gallery
Title:
Calum Colvin

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Catalogue of photographs by renown Scottish photographer Calum Colvin for an exhibition organised by The Fruitmarket Gallery shown between 14th of April and 20th of May, 1990. Calum Colvin's rich, anarchic and often highly amusing photopieces are amongst the most significant artworks to emerge from Scotland during the eighties. The elaborate scenarios of the imagination which Colvin develops in his tableaux permit access to a realm wherein myth, identity and cultural traditions are dismembered and reordered with genial impunity. Black-and-white photographic covers and spine in good condition. Tightly bound. Contents very clean and bright. Essay by David Mellor illustrated with 13 b&w photographs. Contains 20 cibachrome prints (2 single panel and 6 triptychs) of the exhibited works.

Author(s):
Colvin, Callum (photographs); McLeod, Fiona and Findlay, Judith (ed)
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
30cm x 24cm
Edition:
First Edition
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0947912762
ISBN-13:
9780947912765
Number of pages:
42
Publisher:
The Fruitmarket Gallery
Title:
Calum Colvin

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