Silver Editions 2017

Mark Ruwedel, Carole Condé & Karl Beveridge, and Nadia Belerique

Carole Condé & Karl Beveridge, ‘S’ from the series Art Is Political, 1975

Mark Ruwedel, Lucerne Valley #24, 2007/2017

Nadia Belerique, Buoys 3, 2016

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CAD $1,650 (portfolio)
Edition of 20 with 3 APs; each artwork comes with a signed certificate of authenticity

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Each year, Gallery TPW releases an affordable, limited-edition portfolio of photographs featuring exceptional artists. Thoughtfully compiled by TPW’s Silver Editions committee, Silver Editions represents a rare opportunity for art lovers and collectors alike to acquire works by established and emerging artists at affordable prices. The sale of these artworks also supports Gallery TPW, a nonprofit artist-run centre and registered charity, and its innovative programming.

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The artworks brought together for Silver Editions 2017 demonstrate the breadth of contemporary photographic practice and the varying approaches artists employ when engaging political subject matter. Carole Condé and Karl Beveridge have worked for decades to disavow ambiguity in their work, collaborating not only with each other but also with labour unions and social justice movements to offer critical commentary on the world’s imbalances of power. Their contribution is a photograph made early in their career that elaborates this commitment. Nadia Belerique, two generations their junior, takes a contrasting approach. Her carefully constructed image posits ambiguity as a method for avoiding the constraints of identification and quantification. The methods by which she made the image and the interpretations she sanctions are deliberately opaque. Mark Ruwedel’s photograph is the one most in line with conventional notions of art photography. It evokes nineteenth-century American landscape photographers and post-Minimalist and Conceptual artists of the 1970s. Yet his work also offers commentary on a politicized subject: myths of the American West and the complicated relationships between people and place they encourage. These artists’ disparate relationships with their subject matter and their varying approaches to making pictures confirm the vitality and pliancy of photography today. To learn more about the images and artists, click the thumbnails at the top of this page.

We would like to thank the participating artists and their dealers: Mark Ruwedel (Gallery Luisotti, Yossi Milo Gallery, Olga Korper Gallery, and Art45), Carole Condé & Karl Beveridge, and Nadia Belerique (Daniel Faria Gallery).

We would like to thank our sponsors Circuit Gallery, Superframe, Toronto Image Works, and Jessie Lau Photography.