Over the course of the winter and spring of 2020, William Eakin walked a lot, with camera in hand, along the riverbanks of Winnipeg. He began to photograph the cottonwood trees along the rivers, an exercise that would crystallize into a systematic project and has now resulted in the artist’s most recent body of work, “Shelter.”
Co-published in 2020 by Éditions Plein Sud and the Galerie d’art Antoine-Sirois de l’Université de Sherbrooke, the 301-page publication covers Carrière’s life work thus far, from his first street photographs, taken in the early 1970s, to his latest large-scale documentary series.
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