COLVILLE ON THE TANTRAMAR MARSH, 1971
Archival pigment print
Includes a Canada Post Official First Day Cover and a Postcard with the Stamp
10.5 ins x 15.5 ins; 26.7 cms x 39.4 cms
Courtesy of the artist and Stephen Bulger Gallery, Toronto
Geoffrey James read Modern History at Oxford and began photographing in the early '70s.
He is the author or subject of more than a dozen monographs dealing with various forms of the man-made landscape and has exhibited widely with solo shows at the Palazzo Braschi in Rome, the Americas Society in New York and the National Gallery of Canada.
James is a Guggenheim Fellow and recipient of the Governor-General’s Prize for Visual and Media Arts and the Gershon Iskowitz Prize. He lives in Toronto, where he was the city’s first Photolaureate. James is represented by the Stephen Bulger Gallery.
Geoffrey James, MoMA
Revisiting the Mexico-America Border, 2018