Leunon Lana Luonan

Terri Weifenbach

Book | 2002 | First Edition - Signed | Nazraeli Press

 

Fine black cloth-covered boards with title stamped in gray and blue on cover and spine; no dust jacket as issued. Photographs by Terri Weifenbach. 72 pp., with 35 four-color plates. 12-1/4 x 9-1/2 inches. This first edition was limited to 2000 copies.

 

From the publisher: "Terri Weifenbach has received international acclaim for her gorgeous, vividly colored landscape photographs -- and deservedly so. She has been described as "the Emily Dickinson of photography" and the work in this new book can only strengthen her reputation as a truly original force in contemporary art. Weifenbach creates images based on seemingly unexceptional pastoral scenes that become quite extraordinary through her masterful presentation of their subject matter. Sometimes a whole picture is shot out of focus, or perhaps just one detail -- a leaf, a bud, a blade of grass -- is sharply focused, commanding attention, while the rest gently recedes into a soft and mellow blur. The results are breathtaking as, dream-like and entrancing, they evoke gentle memories of hazy summer days. The images for this, the artist's third monograph, were made in Lana, a small Italian village nestling in the mountainous South Tyrol."

Leunon Lana Luonan

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Terri Weifenbach

Book | 2002 | First Edition - Signed | Nazraeli Press

 

Fine black cloth-covered boards with title stamped in gray and blue on cover and spine; no dust jacket as issued. Photographs by Terri Weifenbach. 72 pp., with 35 four-color plates. 12-1/4 x 9-1/2 inches. This first edition was limited to 2000 copies.

 

From the publisher: "Terri Weifenbach has received international acclaim for her gorgeous, vividly colored landscape photographs -- and deservedly so. She has been described as "the Emily Dickinson of photography" and the work in this new book can only strengthen her reputation as a truly original force in contemporary art. Weifenbach creates images based on seemingly unexceptional pastoral scenes that become quite extraordinary through her masterful presentation of their subject matter. Sometimes a whole picture is shot out of focus, or perhaps just one detail -- a leaf, a bud, a blade of grass -- is sharply focused, commanding attention, while the rest gently recedes into a soft and mellow blur. The results are breathtaking as, dream-like and entrancing, they evoke gentle memories of hazy summer days. The images for this, the artist's third monograph, were made in Lana, a small Italian village nestling in the mountainous South Tyrol."

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