Silver gelatin print, sepia toned500 x 400 mm paper sizeEdition 2 of 10
This work requires custom framing, the price includes conservation glass, archival framing, packing and shipping. Delivery in 3-4 weeks.
About Marie Shannon Marie Shannon has been creating delicately intimate, witty and thoughtful works for over thirty years. While the domestic has been her primary concern, her work has also addressed the artwork of others as a way to investigate the creative process. Since the death of her partner, artist Julian Dashper, in 2009, Shannon has been cataloguing his works and archive in their shared Auckland studio. Working with photography as her principle medium, her practice also incorporates drawing and video. Shannon is interested in the narrative or poetic resonance of the single object, "using photography to display, or show something and to ask the viewer to pay attention to it." Link to artists page →
Two Maquettes For Gordon Walters, 1998 | Marie Shannon
Studio Installation, Gordon Walters, 1998 | Marie Shannon
The House at Night, 1991 | Marie Shannon
The House of Parmesan, 1992 | Marie Shannon