Over the past twenty-five years, the Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky has been an explorer of unfamiliar places. Burtynsky`s compelling colour photographs capture the industrial activity that has reshaped the surface of the land and revealed an unexpected beauty.
Essays by Lori Pauli, Assistant Curator of Photography, National Gallery of Canada; Mark Haworth-Booth, Senior Curator of Photography, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England; Kenneth Baker, art critic with The San Francisco Chronicle; and an interview with the artist by Michael Torosian, photographer and publisher.
Hardcover. 160 pages, 13" x 10"