Stanley Wong, anothermountainman
(from OP Print Program)
Stairway to Heaven (#980730)
8"x10", gelatin silver photograph
(printed in 1998)
OP Edition, with "OP editions" blind-stamp
Edition 19/20, signed, titled, numbered on verso
Featured in the OP EDITIONS catalogue, issue 9803 in 1998
• Date: (Saturday) June 22, 2019
• Time: 2 to 5 pm
• Venue: RSVP_50_GLADSTONE_AVENUE (Toronto)
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by Fiona Smyth
Travelling Palm Snapshots
by Tamara Chatterjee
India (December 2016) – Amer's marvel is the Amber Fort, despite the hoards of tourists I found a few moments of photographic wonder. The remaining details of ivory and mother of pearl inlay around the doorways, mirrored walls and hidden passageways eventually leading to the fourth inner courtyard, where the rumours suggest once held veiled activity. For me it was the way the enigmatic light danced on the weathered baradari pillars, striking in contrast to the backdrop of the dilapidated inner courtyard.
by Kai Chan
by Cem Turgay
Roof of daughter penthouse
Three recent exhibitions oﬀer a rare look at the act of collecting. In Archipel, Serge Clément presents a collection of all the photobooks that he has made – books that can be seen as sequencings of collections of his own images. Bertrand Carrière immerses himself in the collection of the Cinémathèque québécoise, focusing on film noir, extracting paradigmatic images and exploring the plays on temporality inherent to the crossfade. Finally, the collection of Jack Lazare represents a rare example of a collection patiently assembled over the years to reflect a melancholic vision of a world in diﬃculty.
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