Unfinished Business: Vancouver Street Photography 1955 - 1985

The first publication (of two) for the  group exhibition, Unfinished Business: Vancouver Street Photography 1955-1985. The exhibition featured a wide selection of photographs of Greater Vancouver’s streets and street life in the pre-Expo period. Exhibition artists included Dick Bellamy, Michael de Courcy, Jack Dale, Christos Dikeakos, Fred Douglas, Svend-Erik Eriksen, Robbert Flick, Greg Girard, Fred Herzog, Curt Lang, N.E. Thing Company, Henri Robideau, Brian Stablyk, Bruce Stewart, Jeff Wall, Ian Wallace, Tony Westman and Paul Wong. With texts by Stephen Osborne and Bill Jeffries.

Catalogue Design: Geist and Anna Wilkinson (cover & title page)
Printer: Mitchell Press and Generation Printing (cover & title page)

69 black and white photographs
36 pages
8” x 11 inches / 20.3 x 27.9cm

  • Publisher: Presentation House Gallery



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