Chris Corson-Scott

Chris Corson-Scott
Evanescent Monuments
June 9–July 7, 2018

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Parlour Projects is honoured to present Chris Corson-Scott: Evanescent Monuments, the artist’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. On view from June 9 to July 7, the exhibition presents nine new photographs by the Auckland-based artist. The exhibition is accompanied by a publication that includes essays by Laurence Simmons, Chris Holdaway and an interview between Corson-Scott and Emil McAvoy.

 

The public are invited to attend an opening reception on Saturday, June 9, from 11am to 1pm. The artist will be present.

 

For further information, images or enquiries please email sophie@parlourprojects.com or call 021 450 279.

 

 

  • Scientists Performing Autopsies on some of the 300 Pilot Whales that Beached and Died, Farewell Spit, Golden Bay
    archival pigment print, framed with conservation glass
    1100 x 1300mm
    edition of 7
  • Winter Morning, Derelict Grinding Mill, Near Tapawera
    archival pigment print, framed with conservation glass
    850 x 1100mm
    edition of 7
  • Limeworks, Takaka Hill, (Looking Towards Abel Tasman)
    archival pigment print, framed with conservation glass
    850 x 1100mm
    edition of 7
  • Boilers Behind the Woollen Mill, Milton
    archival pigment print, framed with conservation glass
    850 x 1100mm
    edition of 7
  • Outlet Pipe, Lake Grassmere Saltworks, Marlborough
    archival pigment print, framed with conservation glass
    680 x 850mm
    edition of 7
  • Golden Point Stamping Battery, Macraes Flat, Otago
    archival pigment print, framed with conservation glass
    680 x 850mm
    edition of 7
  • Manager’s Office, Waipaoa Freezing Works, Outside Gisborne
    archival pigment print, framed with conservation glass
    680 x 850mm
    edition of 7
  • Hop and Tobacco Kilns, Below Takaka Hill
    archival pigment print, framed with conservation glass
    680 x 850mm
    edition of 7
  • Winter, Powerhouse at the Old Escarpment Mine, Denniston Plateau
    archival pigment print, framed with conservation glass
    680 x 850mm
    edition of 7