Gallery TPW | Silver Editions
About the SILVER EDITIONS 2010 Set
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
What Window Light Can do For My Dad
This image comes from the series "Dream Baby Dream".
Shot on a family vacation in Italy, Nemeroff’s images are developed using an analogue printing process allowing her to play with the material qualities of her photographs.
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
Davida Nemeroff is a Canadian artist working in Los Angeles, California. She holds a BFA in Photographic Studies from Ryerson University and a MFA in Visual Arts from Columbia University. Nemeroff’s work is an ongoing investigation of the frame. Currently she is the director of the nocturnal platform Night Gallery in Los Angeles. Her work has been exhibited in Canada, The United States, Germany and South Korea. Davida Nemeroff is represented by Annie Wharton Los Angeles in the U.S. and Katharine Mulherin Contemporary Art Projects in Canada.