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TWO ENDS OF A SPECTRUM - Art Gallery of Ontario Toronto 1980

TWO ENDS OF A SPECTRUM - Art Gallery of Ontario Toronto 1980

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Published by Philip Pocock
Dr. David Burnett, AGO's curator at the time, mounted a large dual exhibition of Robert Bourdeau and Philip Pocock photographic images, facing off Bourdeau's classic view camera exquisite black and white images with Pocock's lyrical documentary jazzy Cibachromes in the exhibition 'Two Ends of a Spectrum' Art Gallery of Ontarion Toronto Canada 1980.

Over 100 photographs in all, two complementary approaches to fine art photography coincide, confront and compliment each other, stretching over several large connected spaces in the museum contemporary art galleries. There were long review in both the Globa and Mail and the Toronto Star newspapers, and a critical review in the Vanguard, Vancouver. Photolife magazine in Ontario published a monograph of Pocock's imagery, as did New York Magazine and the Photography Annual in New York.

A book of Pocock's photographs including the last essay writen by the Idea, Minimal and Video Art anthologist Gregory Battcock was published in New York by George Braziller, who had only published one other photography book, Beaumont Newhall's first edition of the History of Photography.
Dr. David Burnett, AGO's curator at the time, mounted a large dual exhibition of Robert Bourdeau and Philip Pocock photographic images, facing off Bourdeau's classic view camera exquisite black and white images with Pocock's lyrical documentary jazzy Cibachromes in the exhibition 'Two Ends of a Spectrum' Art Gallery of Ontarion Toronto Canada 1980.

Over 100 photographs in all, two complementary approaches to fine art photography coincide, confront and compliment each other, stretching over several large connected spaces in the museum contemporary art galleries. There were long review in both the Globa and Mail and the Toronto Star newspapers, and a critical review in the Vanguard, Vancouver. Photolife magazine in Ontario published a monograph of Pocock's imagery, as did New York Magazine and the Photography Annual in New York.

A book of Pocock's photographs including the last essay writen by the Idea, Minimal and Video Art anthologist Gregory Battcock was published in New York by George Braziller, who had only published one other photography book, Beaumont Newhall's first edition of the History of Photography.

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Categories:Topics, Art & Design
Published by: Philip Pocock on Nov 25, 2008
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