BOOKS

 

 
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RIFT/FAULT
Published by
Hardcover / 12.125 x 9.75 inches
112 pages / 48 color images
Includes two separate fold-out portfolios

Photography by Marion Belanger
Essay by Lucy R. Lippard

ISBN: 9781942185154

 

 


GARDEN STUDY
ROMAN NVMERALS VOL. XIX 

16 pages / 6 x 8.5 in.
10 color plates
Saddle-stitched softcover
ROMAN NVMERALS, 2016  

Photographs by Marion Belanger

GARDEN STUDY considers the early spring garden, the labor necessary to tend the garden, and the museum artifact.

 


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RANCH HOUSE
ROMAN NVMERALS VOL. XX 

16 pages / 6 x 8.5 in.
10 color plates
Saddle-stitched softcover
ROMAN NVMERALS, 2016

Photographs by Marion Belanger

RANCH HOUSE is a meditation on temporality, land use, and a single ranch house. 

 


OUTSIDE EDGE
ROMAN NVMERALS VOL. XXI

16 pages / 6 x 8.5 in.
9 color plates
Saddle-stitched softcover
ROMAN NVMERALS, 2016

Photographs by Marion Belanger

Outside Edge  is a poetic essay on shifting property boundaries, the built environment, and the museum archive. 

 


Picturing America's National Parks
By Jamie M. Allen

Copublished by Aperture and the George Eastman Museum

9 5/8 x 11 3/4 in.160 pages
120 black-and-white and four-color images
Hardcover
978-1-59711-356-4

May 2016

 

 

 


RIVER
Self Published, 2014

8 x 12.5 inches
16 double page spreads, one map, one image sheet
Map designed by Andrei Harwell
Text Design and Image Sheet by Lyn Bell Rose
Binding and box by Amy Borezo.

Edition of 3 and 2 AP's
Commissioned by Artspace New Haven for the exhibition CT (un) bound
In collaboration with the Yale University Gallery of ArtPrinted on Hahnemuhle rice paper. The accordion structure of the book stretches 22 feet with its sinuous edges tracing waveforms at each bounded page. A map contextualizes the imagery and the river within Connecticut's geography. Housed in a clamshell box with an image on front. 


EVERGLADES
2009, Center for American Places at Columbia College Chicago

Photographs by Marion Belanger
Essay by Susan Orlean
Center for American Places at Columbia College Chicago

""Marion Belanger's is the first study which looks at the Everglades as a whole, not just the national park, but an expansive landscape, from Lake Okeechobee down to Florida Bay, and including the Nike Missile Site, water control management systems, and voracious land development. The entire region is now a 'built' environment of highly managed parks, canals, and sugar cane and citrus agriculture. Informed by her intuition and mindful of the delicacy of atmosphere in the low, flat plain of the Everglades, Belanger's photographs deftly capture this unique and challenging environment."
—Verna Posever Curtis, Curator of Photography, Library of Congress


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7. INTERNATIONALE FOTOTAGE MANNHEIM /LUDWIGSHAFEN - MONAT DER FOTOGRAFIE IM RHEIN-NECKAR-DREIECK: AUSSTELLUNGSKATALOG(Deutsch) 

Gebundene Ausgabe – 20. June 2005

by Hansjoachim Nierentz (Herausgeber)