Scott McFarland: Snow Shacks Streets Shrubs

Scott McFarland: Snow Shacks Streets Shrubs

Scott McFarland's work is included in the current exhibition a Handful of Dust: from the Cosmic to the Domestic curated by David Camapny.

Over the past dozen years, Toronto-based artist Scott McFarland (born 1975) has become one of the most prominent artists working with photography. His subtle manipulations of the photograph and use of tableau scale offer the viewer a new perspective on the photograph as a single moment in time. McFarland has expanded the subjects of his works in recent years from the large-scale tableaux gardens in Vancouver, for which he is perhaps best known, to winter scenes, cottage country outside the city and the urban street. Scott McFarland: Snow, Shacks, Streets, Shrubs documents the artist's more recent work, much of which is previously unseen.

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11 x 12 in.
164 pgs
79 color / 5 bw.

  • Publisher: AGO & Koenig Books
  • Authors: Kitty Scott, Conversation with Scott McFarland and James Welling



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