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Pile 3 [Silver Editions 2010] Bridge [Silver Editions 2011] English Silver [Silver Editions 2011] Solar Breath (Northern Caryatids) [Silver Edition 2011] Double Cube Formation, No. 1 [Silver Editions 2010] What Window Light Can do For My Dad [Silver Editions 2010]

Jesse Boles
Pile 3 [Silver Editions 2010], 2010

Title: Pile 3 [Silver Editions 2010]

Artist: Jesse Boles

Medium: Photography; Inkjet print

Date: 2010

Image Size: 22" x 17"

Edition: 23 - Sold as part of a set


Price: $1250

About the SILVER EDITIONS 2010 Set

TPW Silver Editions 2010

Silver Editions 2010, is a limited edition portfolio featuring photographs (pictured above from left to right) by three acclaimed artists: Jesse Boles, Davida Nemeroff and Dawit Petros.

Silver Editions 2010 presents an opportunity to collect unique works by three Canadian Artists who have achieved significant recognition early in their careers. Brooklyn based Dawit Petros was recently featured in the exhibition Position As Desired / Exploring African Canadian Identity: Photographs from the Wedge Collection at the Royal Ontario Museum curated by Kenneth Montague. The Art Gallery of Hamilton presented a solo exhibition of Jesse Boles' large format industrial landscapes early in 2010. Los Angeles based artist Davida Nemeroff was featured in a solo exhibition at Gallery TPW in February 2011.

Silver Editions 2010 is produced in an edition of 23 and is available for sale as a set for $1,250.

Silver Editions 2010 is the fifth collection in the series. The images have been generously donated by the participating artists to support Gallery TPW, a non profit artist-run centre and registered charity. All proceeds go to support Gallery TPW’s operations, programming and mandate.



About this Work

Pile #3

"Jesse Boles addresses the sublime scale of modern industrial sites as landscape. To photograph them at night, or dawn, is a meeting of two parallel ends. First for the specificity of the lighting, as it traces the zones of activity. Secondly, because the conditions allow for lengthy exposures, resulting in a recording of time on a scale of the order of human experience. These images are at once photographic in their explicit depiction of information, and cinematic in their temporal qualities. They offer a condensation of the unique surrealism inherent in photography". - Curators Melissa Bennett and Sara Knelman, Art Gallery of Hamilton

About the Print

This edition, supervised by the artist, is printed with archival pigment inks on a satin Fine Art paper. The ink and paper combination have a display permanence rating of 200+ years. All our prints are made with the greatest attention to quality and a concern for permanence.



About the Artist

Jesse Boles

Jesse Boles graduated from the University of Toronto with a BA in Architectural Studies, from Ryerson University in Photographic Studies in 2005, and has exhibited at locations such as Gallery TPW, the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, Art Gallery of Stratford, Edward Day Gallery, the FCP Gallery in Toronto, Redux Gallery in New York, as well as a major solo exhibition at the Art Gallery of Hamilton Boles is represented by Edward Day Gallery.