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This book was produced on the occasion of the exhibition Quick aging pivoting city, curated by Petra Watson for the Contemporary Art Gallery at January 8 to February 19, 2000. It contains the essay Imaginary Displacement and the Facts of Metaphor by Petra Watson.

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$10.00

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01/2000


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Authors/Artists:
Eleanor Bond  
Petra Rigby Watson  

ISBN:
0920751768  

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22  pages
4    colour illustrations
2    b&w illustrations
7.5 x 9.5 inches  
Staple bound softcover  

Published in Canada by Contemporary Art Gallery.

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Eleanor Bond is recognized internationally for her large-scale oil paintings of urban landscapes in which a labyrinth of forms include both the actual and the imaginary. Although Bond’s paintings do not represent a specific built environment, their starting point is a specific urban place, space and landscape. This exhibition presented 2 works produced from research undertaken in Vancouver during February of 1999. Bond spent ten days walking and driving throughout Vancouver and its environs making photographic and video documentation which influenced the painting of Glass City and Tent City. - Curator, Petra Watson.

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