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Released in conjunction with Hans Peter Feldmann’s first Canadian solo exhibition, Birgit is a new limited edition bookwork by Feldmann. The publication is comprised of 72 successive colour snapshots of a woman applying her make-up from beginning to end; the book is accompanied by a comprehensive text by the exhibition’s curator, Roy Arden.

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Authors/Artists:
Roy Arden  
Hans-Peter Feldmann  

ISBN:
0920751954  

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74  pages
74    colour illustrations
9.5 x 6.75 inches  
Perfect Bound  

Published in Canada by Contemporary Art Gallery.

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Vancouver-based artist and writer Roy Arden curated an exhibition of work by internationally renowned artist Hans-Peter Feldmann. Feldmann has had profound influence on the shape of contemporary conceptual art and photography, paralleling text and image and redefining methods of exhibition and distribution. For Feldmann’s first solo exhibition in Canada, and in order to introduce local audiences to the breadth of the artist’s work, Arden selected an array of Feldmann’s signature bookworks, posters and smaller works. The exhibition also included 100 Years, an ambitious photographic series of 101 black and white portraits of people ranging in age from 8 months to 100 years old. The formal composition of the images strongly relate to work of the early 20th century photographer August Sander. In conjunction with the exhibition, the CAG published Birgit Doing Her Make Up, a bookwork comprised of 72 successive photographs.

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