Re: CURIOUSER AND CURIOUSER RE: Truth Beauty book
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The Vancouver Art Gallery seems to have it in stock but I don't know if you
can order online.
On Fri, 08 May 2009 14:01:37 -0400, BOB KISS wrote
> DEAR CHRISTINA & JUDY,
> This is getting weird! I had the Truth Beauty book in my Barnes and
> Noble shopping cart for something around $60. I just went to order
> it and it is gone. When I enter all Chris's info below into B&N
> search they say "nothing found"! When I search for it on Amazon
> they want $539 for it!?!?! I had to enter Alison Nordstrom and
> found it as the last of 18 books but listed as out of stock. Amazon
> has it for $539!?!?!? I will search Borders. Any other
> suggestions where I might find it at a reasonable price? Judy, did
> you ever get over to B&N to see it? CHEERS!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Christina Z. Anderson [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, April 08, 2009 12:54 AM
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> Subject: Re: Truth Beauty book
> Weird, I am not getting my messages back but they must be going to
> the list because you replied, Judy.
> Truth Beauty, Pictorialism and the Photograph as Art, 1845-1945,
> 2008; Alison Nordstrom, Curator, Thomas Padon, Editor, Vancouver Art
> Gallery, Vancouver. Douglas and McIntyre,ISBN 13:978-1-55365-294-6.
> >Tho it soounds like you're familiar with these "originals" -- or their
> Mostly from books. Only some that I have seen at galleries and
> museums but not a ton of the ones in this book in person.
> Tell me about print being different: above is a URL of an original
> gum side
> by side with its appearance in a book, a marked difference.
> So, like Cigar Boy, certainly the exhibition guide could look
> nothing like the actual print.
> >>Do they make you want to print darker?
> Yes, the darkness of the prints in this book make me want to explore
> printing darker. I think there is much room for this kind of dark
> beauty in
> this day and age.
> But what surprises me about the book is that many of the images are
> still quite powerful, and contemporary. Chris
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