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Ephemera, Huangshan, China

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Ephemera, Huangshan, China by David Burdeny

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David Burdeny

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2017

Archival pigment print on hahnemühle fineart baryta 325

Edition of 10

Dimensions: 110cm (H) x 110cm (W) x 0.1cm (D) / 43.3" (H) x 43.3" (W) x 0.04" (D)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.

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David Burdeny transforms the physical and spiritual qualities of space into divine exaltations on the possibilities found in the contemporary world. Works such as Saltern Study 06, Great Salt Lake, UT (2015) demonstrate his technical aptitude and minimalist vision. His architecture and design background as well as his childhood living in the Canadian prairie influences the compositions of his straightforward photographs featuring the topography, cityscapes, architecture, and landscapes. He earned a BA and Master of Architecture from University of Manitoba. He is the recipient of numerous awards including first place in the Landscape Division and Non Professional Photographer of the Year: Nature at the International Photography Awards. He transforms the physical and metaphysical qualities of space into exalted investigations into the possibilities found in the contemporary world.

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Hometown: Vancouver

Based in: Vancouver

David Burdeny (b. 1968. Winnipeg, Canada) graduated with a Masters in Architecture and Interior Design and spent the early part of his career practicing in his field before establishing himself as a photographer. Burdeny translates his intimate appreciation for the structure, details and metaphorical value of space into sublime observations on how the contemporary world is still pregnant with mystery and potential. His early work of square-format black and white images rendered space in stark, elemental terms. The spare landscapes seemed modeled to serve as liminal spaces - as thresholds and portals and points of departure that lead the viewer to a complex intimacy with the expressive force of empirical awareness. In subsequent series, Burdeny has explored both opulent and austere interior scenes that use the sensuality of color to full effect. Whether focused on ordinary spaces or iconic settings, Burdeny's photographs occupy an artistic middle ground between the physical and the atmospheric, the concrete and the spiritual, the actual, and the idealized. They represent not strictly what he found but his personal experience of these enigmatic and luminous locations.


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