Jeff Wall, A sudden gust of wind (after Hokusai), 1993. Transparency in light box, unique state. 250 x 397 cm. Tate, London. Purchased with the assistance from the Patrons of New Art through the Tate Gallery Foundation and from the National Art Collections Fund 1995.

Jeff Wall Exhibition Comes to the Museum of Contemporary Art

Jeff Wall, A sudden gust of wind (after Hokusai), 1993. Transparency in light box, unique state. 250 x 397 cm. Tate, London. Purchased with the assistance from the Patrons of New Art through the Tate Gallery Foundation and from the National Art Collections Fund 1995.

"After 'Invisible Man' by Ralph Ellison, the Prologue" 1999-2000. When I saw this photograph during lecture it really popped out at me. I feel like its different than anything I have seen before. I completely understand the meaning of the all the lights and the man sitting in the room trying to be seen.

Invisible Man?

"After 'Invisible Man' by Ralph Ellison, the Prologue" 1999-2000. When I saw this photograph during lecture it really popped out at me. I feel like its different than anything I have seen before. I completely understand the meaning of the all the lights and the man sitting in the room trying to be seen.

Jeff walls: I have selected this photograph because I think that the use of lighting has created another texture and colour to the rustic bricks. I think if I can bring this across to my work, it could create entrusting effects on the timber and metal work of the sheds.

Jeff walls: I have selected this photograph because I think that the use of lighting has created another texture and colour to the rustic bricks. I think if I can bring this across to my work, it could create entrusting effects on the timber and metal work of the sheds.

Jeff Wall, La Chambre détruite (1978) est sa première photographie célèbre s’inspirant du tableau La Mort de Sardanapale, de Delacroix. À nous d’imaginer ce qu’il s’est passé, ce qui a pu conduire à cette destruction. Des indices sont laissés dans ce chaos, montrant l’intimité de la vie de cette femme. Seule chose intacte, la petite statuette de la danseuse dominant le carnage, ressemblant au roi dans la peinture de Delacroix.

Jeff Wall, La Chambre détruite (1978) est sa première photographie célèbre s’inspirant du tableau La Mort de Sardanapale, de Delacroix. À nous d’imaginer ce qu’il s’est passé, ce qui a pu conduire à cette destruction. Des indices sont laissés dans ce chaos, montrant l’intimité de la vie de cette femme. Seule chose intacte, la petite statuette de la danseuse dominant le carnage, ressemblant au roi dans la peinture de Delacroix.

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