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Cowley Abbott
326 Dundas St West
Toronto ON M5T 1G5
Ph. 1(416)479-9703

Lot #6

David Burdeny
From the Shorelines Series (10)

ten archival pigment prints
- “MK’s Plage De Bon Secours” (signed, titled, dated 2004 and numbered 2/15 on the reverse);
- “32 Piles” (signed, titled, dated 2004 and numbered 4/15 on the reverse);
- “Plage Venteuse” (signed, titled, dated 2004 and numbered 3/15 on the reverse);
- “Stray Rip-Wrap” (signed, titled, dated 2002 and numbered 3/15 on the reverse);
- “Point Roberts Study 2” (signed, titled, dated 2004 and numbered 6/15 on the reverse);
- “Sea Foam” (signed, titled, dated 2004 and numbered 4/15 on the reverse);
- “Break Water Remains” (signed, titled, dated 2002 and numbered 3/15);
- “Dark Water” (signed, titled, dated 2004 and numbered 5/15 on the reverse);
- “Point Roberts 5am” (signed, titled, dated 2002 and numbered 2/15 on the reverse);
- “L’Echelle, Arramanches” (signed, titled, dated 2004 and numbered 3/15 on the reverse);
each unframed
24 x 22 ins ( 61 x 55.9 cms ) ( each sheet )

Estimated: $7,000.00$5,000.00 - $7,000.00

Closes September 28th at 02:00:00 PM EDT

Estimated: $7,000.00$5,000.00 - $7,000.00

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David Burdeny
(1968)

Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, David Burdeny has a degree in Interior Design and a Masters in Architecture. At the age of 12, David started to photograph the prairie landscape and make his own black and white prints in a makeshift darkroom that also served as his bedroom closet. Primarily self taught, his architecture and design background greatly influences his penchant for simple exacting photographs of sky, horizon and the marks humankind leaves behind. Influenced by notable photographers such Michael Kenna, Hiroshi Sugimoto and Fay Goodwin, David purposefully photographs in poor light and near darkness. He uses unusually long exposures to see that which our eyes cannot. Moving beyond the literal, his images have been described as ominous, haunting, beautiful and meditative.