EDWARD BURTYNSKY "LANDSCAPE STUDY #7, UTAH", 1983
Edward Burtynsky (b. 1955) is one of Canada's most successful photographers.
A noted filmmaker, entrepreneur, and environmental advocate, Burtynsky is known internationally for his large-scale images documenting the interaction of industry and natural resources.
Through photography, he charts geological and social histories through periods of global industrial change. His images present tension between beauty and desecration.
Shot in 1983, this dynamic photograph comes at the very beginning of Burtynsky's career, just one year after completing his BA at Ryerson Polytechnical School (now Toronto Metropolitan University) in 1982.
The photograph is framed by an intimate close crop, an atypical vantage point for Burtynsky who is best known for his breathtaking aerial perspectives. Brimming with rich foliage and an equally lustrous palette, this photograph has a unique painterly quality that serves as an excellent output from the first chapter of the artist's career.
Burtynsky's work can be found in over 50 museum collections, including the National Gallery of Canada, the Guggenheim, The MoMA, and the Tate Modern.
"Landscape Study #7, Utah, USA”
Digital Chromogenic Colour Print
Signed by artist on verso
From an edition of 25
19.25”H 24”W (image)
Very good condition.
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