sábado, 20 de setembro de 2008

Edward Burtynsky

4 comentários:

Maria Eduarda disse...

Clap,
Sei que Burtynsky é um fotógrafo canadiano. Desculpa a minha,mas esta foto ganhou algum prémio?

Maria Eduarda disse...

Quis dizer:"Desculpa a minha ignorância...!

CLAP!CLAP!CLAP! disse...

ME:
Tb descobri por um golpe de sorte,"senão bejamus":

This issue features Edward Burtynsky’s monumental photographs of landscapes transfigured through the extraction of resources – stone, oil and minerals – and includes a selection from his most recent work on Australian minescapes. Burtynsky’s visual spectacles embody the labour inherent in processes of industralisation and the effect of our dependence on nature to provide materials for our ever-increasing consumption. In an accompanying essay, Duncan Forbes traces 18th and 19th century landscape traditions and discusses the ways in which Burtynsky’s vision presents a radically different relationship between humankind and nature.(Edward Burtynsky, Shipbreaking 9a and 9b, Cittagong, Bangladesh, 2000 (Copyright Edward Burtynsky, courtesy Flowers East Gallery, London)

Maria Eduarda disse...

Fiquei esclarecida. Thanks!