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Jill Greenberg, ‘21-9 (Agee Polar Bear 8_10 Vancouver)’, 2007, Bau-Xi Gallery
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Jill Greenberg

21-9 (Agee Polar Bear 8_10 Vancouver), 2007

Archival Pigment Print Mounted on Archival Substrate, Framed in White with Plexiglass
24 × 24 in
61 × 61 cm
CAD $10,000 - 15,000
Location
Vancouver, Toronto, Seattle
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Jill Greenberg
Canadian, b. 1967
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In her large-scale color photographs of animals and people, Jill Greenberg highlights the stunning physical beauty of all of her subjects, while using their expressive faces and bodies to question the division between the human and the animal and to explore the darker side of human nature. At once sleek and raw, her photographs are informed by her commercial work and shaped by her deeply held feminism and keen sensitivity to her subjects. Working in distinctly defined series, Greenberg has captured the uncanny humanness of monkeys, apes, bears, and horses; photographed crying toddlers as a reaction to the dangerous policies, beliefs, and practices causing profound harm to the earth and all living things; and shot women underwater, clad in bathing suits and matching heels, to represent the impossible ideals of femininity hindering female empowerment and advancement.

Jill Greenberg, ‘21-9 (Agee Polar Bear 8_10 Vancouver)’, 2007, Bau-Xi Gallery
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Jill Greenberg
Canadian, b. 1967
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In her large-scale color photographs of animals and people, Jill Greenberg highlights the stunning physical beauty of all of her subjects, while using their expressive faces and bodies to question the division between the human and the animal and to explore the darker side of human nature. At once sleek and raw, her photographs are informed by her commercial work and shaped by her deeply held feminism and keen sensitivity to her subjects. Working in distinctly defined series, Greenberg has captured the uncanny humanness of monkeys, apes, bears, and horses; photographed crying toddlers as a reaction to the dangerous policies, beliefs, and practices causing profound harm to the earth and all living things; and shot women underwater, clad in bathing suits and matching heels, to represent the impossible ideals of femininity hindering female empowerment and advancement.

Jill Greenberg

21-9 (Agee Polar Bear 8_10 Vancouver), 2007

Archival Pigment Print Mounted on Archival Substrate, Framed in White with Plexiglass
24 × 24 in
61 × 61 cm
CAD $10,000 - 15,000
Location
Vancouver, Toronto, Seattle
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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