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Photographic art publishing in the digital age. Where do art books fit in a world dominated by social media ?

Centre Culturel Canadien
November 08th, 2019
18:30 - 20:30

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Suzy Lake
Suzy Lake, Beauty and the Aging Body, In Song, 2001-02/2011
Shelley Niro - The-Shirt-4-2003
Shelley Niro, The-Shirt, 2003
Moyra Davey - The-Coffee-Shop-The-Library-Detail-2-769x520
The Coffee Shop, The Library, (detail), 2011
Edward Burtynsky, Markarfljot River, 2012

With Moyra Davey, Shelley Niro, Suzy Lake and Gerhard Steidl. A panel moderated by Edward Burtynsky (Photographer, Filmmaker, Lecturer)  and Catherine Bédard (Curator and Deputy Director of the Canadian Cultural Centre).

Gerhard Steidl and Edward Burtynsky, in partnership with the Canadian Cultural Centre, present a panel discussion with Scotiabank Photography Award laureate photographers : Moyra Davey, Shelley Niro and Suzy Lake.

The Scotiabank Photography Award is Canada’s largest and most prestigious award acknowledging outstanding contributions to contemporary art and photography. It is awarded to artists who strive to invent, influence and redefine the perception of art in ways that will endure.

This discussion will examine the importance and relevancy of fine-art photography books in the era of digital publication technology and social media, and the impact of the printed book on creative practice and career development in the arts.

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