We’re very pleased to announce our return to publication after a two-year hiatus. And who better to do it with than Jennifer Crane. A Canadian lens-based artist, Crane offers up “Outlaw” a wonderful collection of collodian images that investigates the relationship between the body and the lens in both historical and contemporary photography.
Book #12 in the 11+1 Signature Series, it comes in a very limited edition of only 100, hard bound books containing 11 reproductions and one, original printmake by the artist. Available soon former sale!
For two decades Crane has been exhibiting her work in solo and group exhibitions in galleries throughout Canada and in the United States, China, Colombia, Germany and Eastern Europe. She has received grants from the Nova Scotia Arts Council, The Alberta Foundation for the Arts, and The Canada Council for the Arts. In 2007 she received a Leaders Opportunity Grant from the Canadian Foundation for Innovation – the first in Fine Art at The University of Saskatchewan. Her work is found in both public and private collections. Crane has been teaching photography in the Department of Art and Art History at The University of Saskatchewan since 2005 where she is an Associate Professor and Chair of the Photography / Digital Imaging area.