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Stillness (Magnolia #2) by Sara Angelucci. $4,800.00 USD, 2003, photography, 43 in x 27 in x 1.5 in (WxHxD), edition. Sara Angelucci "Stillness (magnolia #2)", 2003 c-print + black & white print 27” x 43” About the artist: Sara Angelucci has developed a photo-based practice that places her audience in dialogue with rich anthropological ideas. The artist’s visual display of human behaviours informs the lives of many of the young adults now living in Canada: immigration, ancestry, nostalgia for times past, the artefacts that provide us a concrete timeline to this past, and the “other” are all themes that Angelucci approaches in a sincerely inquisitive and personal manner. “Stillness 4” couples a vintage black-and-white family photograph with a colourful detail of a landscape image taken in the artist’s ancestral village. By contrasting two distinct moments in history, Angelucci generates a visual lineage that speaks to humankind’s desire to connect with lost relatives, understand cultural origins and fill out that ephemeral interstice between past and future, the strange time of the present. Courtesy of Wynick Tuck Gallery

Stillness (Magnolia #2)

Sara Angelucci

Stillness (Magnolia #2)

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Year: 2003

Medium: photography

Size: 27.0 in x 43.0 in x 2 in (69 cm x 109 cm x 4 cm)

Type: edition 5

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Stillness (Magnolia #2)

Sara Angelucci
"Stillness (magnolia #2)", 2003
c-print + black & white print
27” x 43”

About the artist:
Sara Angelucci has developed a photo-based practice that places her audience in dialogue with rich anthropological ideas. The artist’s visual display of human behaviours informs the lives of many of the young adults now living in Canada: immigration, ancestry, nostalgia for times past, the artefacts that provide us a concrete timeline to this past, and the “other” are all themes that Angelucci approaches in a sincerely inquisitive and personal manner. “Stillness 4” couples a vintage black-and-white family photograph with a colourful detail of a landscape image taken in the artist’s ancestral village. By contrasting two distinct moments in history, Angelucci generates a visual lineage that speaks to humankind’s desire to connect with lost relatives, understand cultural origins and fill out that ephemeral interstice between past and future, the strange time of the present.

Courtesy of Wynick Tuck Gallery
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Item number: 201201240002
Item location: Toronto, Canada
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