Shop

Scott McFarland – Cabin Photographs

Loading
Gallery Hours
Tuesday to Sunday 12 - 6pm
Free Admission
 
Icon

Scott McFarland – Cabin Photographs

Use left (←) and right (→) arrow keys or swipe gestures on a touch device to navigate image gallery.


Cabin Photographs was published to coincide with the exhibition by Scott McFarland at the Contemporary Art Gallery from May 9 to June 29, 2003. The publication includes the essays; Lavender Oil by Reid Shier, To The Management by William Wood and Coastal Cabin, A Consideration of the Rustic by Owen Kydd and Scott McFarland. and a forward by Christina Ritchie.

Connect

>




Price

ˇ


$20.00

Quantity

Details

ˇ


Authors/Artists:
Scott McFarland  

ISBN:
092075189X  

more:
47  pages
10    colour illustrations
9.75 x 11.75 inches  
Hardcover Perfect Binding  

Published in Canada by Contemporary Art Gallery.

Icon

Related Exhibitions

Scott McFarland is a photographer whose images are highlighted by meticulous staging and high-production values. McFarland documents a discrete range of subjects in ongoing suites, and his close attention to the minutia of his subjects allows for an empathetic yet critical viewpoint. The exhibition at the Contemporary Art Gallery concentrated on one of these projects: a large body of photographs documenting a rural cabin on the Sunshine Coast of BC. The series combines portraits of individuals with close familial ties to the cabin, an exterior shot of the cabin at night and a number of interior details, including rich and uncanny depictions of the cabin’s accretion of furnishings.

MORE

Scott McFarland - Coastal Cabin


Icon

Visit CAG

555 Nelson Street
Vancouver, British Columbia
Canada V6B 6R5

T 00 1 604 681 2700
F 00 1 604 683 2710

Gallery Hours
Tues – Sun 12 – 6 pm



  • Closed on British Columbia statutory holidays
  • The galleries are wheelchair accessible
  • The Gallery is free of charge
  • Suggested donation of $5


Reference Library



Icon

CAG Shop


Icon

Join/Give


Become a Member


The CAG is a not-for-profit reliant on member support. As a Member of the CAG, you are supporting contemporary art now and playing a role in its future.

Make a Donation


Help support the only free public art gallery in Vancouver.
Donate Now

Exhibition
Archive

01-14

top