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The exhibition When? explored the concept of loss through sculpture by Toronto-based writer and artist Eldon Garnet. This exhibition marked a departure from the artist’s earlier photographic pieces. Instead he used dramatic installations to convey the notion of death. Garnet’s new work contained narrative and theatrical elements, which were used to convey his messages.
This 48-page exhibition catalogue contains black and white and colour images of Eldon Garnet’s work. It also includes an essay by Richard Rhodes and an insightful interview with the artist.
Author: Richard Rhodes
Publisher: The Power Plant
Dimensions: 15 x 22.5 cm
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