Adrian Burns (Bilingual edition)

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A focus on the deeper nature of things

This book is not yet published, but will be available from June 2022.

ISBN: 9782370741707 Category:

Description

Adrian Burns is a Mexican photographer trained at the prestigious Putney School and at the Parsons School of Design where he completed his training in art history and photography. Trilingual, the artist lives between Mexico, the United States and France. Today, his photographs can be found all over the world; they are exhibited in numer ous museums and they are also published on the covers of numerous magazines (Travel & Leisure, Deep, Elle Mexico, FHM Mexico, Sportswear International, National Geographic, among others). From portraits to landscapes, Adrian Burns’ work is marked by his fascination for nature. Vegetation is omnipresent in his landscape photographs. A plurality of worlds often composed of geometric forms that are seen through the photographer’s sharp eye. By enhancing many landscape photographs with graphite or acrylic varnish, he brings us into his unique and poetic universe.

Additional information

Weight 300 g
Dimensions 24 x 29 cm
Publisher name Editions Skira Paris
Publication date 23 June 2022
Number of pages 144
Format Paperback / softback
Contributors Text by Olivier Kaeppelin and Philippe Dagen
Dimensions 24 x 29 cm
Weight 300 g

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Canadian author, journalist and art critic, Denise Wendel-Poray is a former opera singer and graduate of Yale University and McGill University in Montreal. She has written numerous art books and was curator of the Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum.

Olivier Kaeppelin, French curator, art critic and writer, he was Director of Visual Arts at the Ministry of Culture and Communication from 2004 to 2010, Director of the Palais de Tokyo Project from 2009 to 2011, and finally Director of the Maeght Foundation from 2011 to late 2017.

Philippe Dagen, art historian, researcher, art critic and writer. Columnist for Le Monde, he teaches contemporary art history at the University of Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne.