Unfinished Business: Photographing Vancouver Streets 1955 - 1985 (Expanded edition)

A collection of essays and photographs related to Presentation House Gallery's 2003 exhibition. Essays by curator Bill Jefferies, Rob Brownie & Annabel Vaughan, Petra Watson, Fred Douglas, Gelm Lowry, Jeff Wall & Jerry Zaslove, Henri Robideau, Jamie Reid, Garry Morse, Clint Burnham, Wadye Compton & Robert Sherrin, Adrienne Burk, Amrie Annharte Baker, Christos Dikeakos, Derek Simons, Fred Herzog, Micheal Barnholden, Sharla Sava, Stephen Osborne, Cory Verbauwhede, Fred Wah, Ian Wallace, Gordon Cornwall, Brett Enemark, Meredith Quartermain, and an interview by Annebelle Vaughan and Jerry Zaslove.

Photographic works by Dick Bellamy, Michael Courcy, Jack Dale, Christos Dikeakos, Fred Douglas, Svend-Erik Eriksen, Robbert Flick, Greg Girard, Fred Herzog, Curt Lang, Robert Sherrin, Burnaby Historical Society, N.E. Thing Company, Henri Robideau, Brian Stablyk, Bruce Stewart, Roy Arden, Jeff Wall, Ian Wallace, Tony Westman, Paul Wong.

Catalogue designer: Jackie Ritchie. Printer: Hignell Books, Winnipeg.

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284 page
8" x 6.5"
b/w and colour reproductions

  • Publisher: Presentation House Gallery

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