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Title LinkAbelardo Morell : the universe next door / Elizabeth Siegel with Brett Abbott and Paul Martineau.
Variant Title Universe next door
Edition First edition.
Distribution Chicago, Illinois : The Art Institute of Chicago, [2013]
New Haven, Connecticut ; London : Distributed by Yale University Press
©2013
Description 173 pages :  illustrations (some color) ;  25 x 29 cm.
Type of Material Book
Gen. Note Abelardo Morell: The Universe Next Door was published in conjunction with an exhibition of the same title presented by the Art Institute of Chicago, June 1, September 2, 2013, in association with the J. Paul Getty Museum, October 1, 2013-January 5, 2014, Los Angeles, and the High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Februrary 22-May 18, 2014.
Contents Contents: Foreword / Douglas Druick -- Acknowledgments / Elizabeth Siegel -- Wonderlands / Elizabeth Siegel -- Plates -- A conversation with Abelardo Morell / Paul Martineau -- Abelardo Morell: A chronology / Brett Abbott.
Summary "Over the past twenty-five years, Abelardo Morell (b. 1948) has earned international praise for his images that use the language of photography to explore visual surprise and wonder. Born in Havana, Cuba, Morell came to the United States as a teenager in 1962 and later studied photography, earning an MFA from Yale University. He gained attention for intimate, black-and-white pictures of domestic objects from a child’s point of view, inspired by the birth of his son in 1986, as well as images in which he turns a room into a giant camera obscura, projecting exterior views onto interior spaces; and photographs of books that revel in their sensory materiality. In more recent years, he has turned to color, exploring the camera obscura with a painterly delight and innovating a tent camera that projects outdoor scenes onto a textured ground. Across his career, Morell has approached photography with remarkable wit and creativity, examining everyday objects with childlike curiosity. The first in-depth treatment in fifteen years, this handsome and important book examines Morell’s career to the present day, including his earlier works in black-and-white and never before published color photographs from the past decade. An essay by Elizabeth Siegel, along with a recent interview with the artist and an illustrated chronology of his life and works, offers a riveting portrait of this contemporary photographer and his ongoing artistic endeavors."--Publisher’s website.
Per.Sub. LinkMorell, Abelardo -- Exhibitions.
Subject LinkPhotography, Artistic -- Exhibitions.
Add.Author LinkSiegel, Elizabeth, 1969-, editor of compilation.
LinkAbbott, Brett, 1978-, editor of compilation.
LinkMartineau, Paul, 1967-, editor of compilation.
LinkMorell, Abelardo, photographer.
Add.Author LinkArt Institute of Chicago, host institution.
LinkJ. Paul Getty Museum, host institution.
LinkHigh Museum of Art, host institution.

System Number 000669407
ISBN Link9780300184556 (alk. paper)
Link0300184557 (alk. paper)

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