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Ecotopia: The Second ICP Triennial of Photography and Video

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2.25 LBS

Product Description

In a time of rampant natural disasters and urgent concerns about global environmental change, this book, which accompanies the exhibition of the same name, demonstrates the ways in which the most interesting and engaging contemporary artists view the natural world. Shattering the stereotypes of landscape and nature photography, the thirty international artists included in this survey boldly examine new concepts of the natural sphere occasioned by twenty-first century technologies; images of destructive ecological engagement; and visions of our future interactions with the environment. Considering nature in the broadest sense, this book reflects new perspectives on the planet that sustains, enchants, and - increasingly - frightens us.

Ecotopia: The Second ICP Triennial of Photography and Video was organized by ICP curators, Brian Wallis, Christopher Phillips, Edward Earle, Carol Squiers, and Assistant Curator Joanna Lehan.
The exhbiition was on view Sept 17th - Jan 7th, 2007 

Featuring work by: 

Robert Adams, Doug Aitken, Allora & Calzadilla, Wout Berger, Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin, Patrick Brown, Catherine Chalmers, Stéphane Couturier, Lou Dematteis and Kayana Szymczak, Yannick Demmerle, Goran Dević, Mark Dion, Sam Easterson, Mitch Epstein, Joan Fontcuberta, Noriko Furunishi, Marine Hugonnier, Francesco Jodice, Harri Kallio, Vincent Laforet, Christopher LaMarca, An-My Lê, David Maisel, Mary Mattingly, Gilles Mingasson, Simon Norfolk, The Otolith Group, Sophie Ristelhueber, Clifford Ross, Thomas Ruff, Carlos & Jason Sanchez, Alessandra Sanguinetti, Victor Schrager, Simon Starling, Kim Stringfellow, Diana Thater, Wang Qingsong

Published by ICP/Steidl, 2006
Softcover, 8" x 8"

This title is now out of print and out of stock. A sample copy remains at the ICP Store and Library for reference.