Blood Indian Reserve by Geoffrey James
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Gelatin silver print mounted to archival board
From the series "Lethbridge"
Signed, titled, and editioned, in pencil, au mount recto
Printed in 2000
Edition of 10 (#6/10)
Geoffrey James was born in Wales in 1942, read Modern History at Wadham College, Oxford (BA and MA), and emigrated to Canada in 1966. A self-taught photographer, he is the author or subject of more than a dozen books and monographs and is represented in major collections internationally. He has had solo shows at the Palazzo Braschi, Rome, the Americas Society, New York and the National Gallery of Canada. He has participated in group shows at Documenta IX, Kassel, the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the Frankfurter Kunstverein and San Francisco MOMA. Geoffrey James is a Guggenheim Fellow and recipient of the Gershon Iskowitz Prize and the Governor-General’s Prize in Media and Visual Arts. He lives in Toronto, where he has been named the city’s first Photo Laureate.
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Revisiting the Mexico- America Border - The Globe and Mail, 2018
Photo laureate Geoffrey James on his new title, selfie sticks and a dark world - The Globe and Mail, 2016
Toronto's Kodak moment is in Geoffrey James' hands - The Star, 2016
Geoffrey James - National Gallery of Canada
Geoffrey James - Travelling Light, Views of Ontario
Travelling Light, Participating artists discuss their process and practice - Travelling Light, Views of Ontario
Toronto photographer Geoffrey James among Governor General visual and media arts award winners - The Star, 2012