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David Burdeny, Grand Canal II, Venezia Italy

David Burdeny, Grand Canal II, Venezia Italy (2009), chromogenic print, transmounted to Plexiglas [Herringer Kiss Gallery Calgary AB, Feb 6- 27 and Jennifer Kostuik Gallery, Vancouver BC, Feb 28-Mar 14]

David Burdeny: Sacred and Secular

Herringer Kiss Gallery, Calgary AB Feb 6-27, 2010
Jennifer Kostuik Gallery, Vancouver BC – Feb 28-Mar 14, 2010

Fascinated by the spatial immensity of water on the planet, David Burdeny has captured panoramas of coastal cities around the world for his new exhibit, Sacred and Secular. Shown at both Jennifer Kostuik, Vancouver and Herringer Kiss, Calgary this spring, the photographs feature huge expanses of earth, air and water rendered large and neutral through an 8 x 10 inch view camera vistas described as an infinite field on which society builds and transforms the landscape.

David Burdeny, Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai UAE

David Burdeny, Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai UAE (2009), chromogenic print, transmounted to Plexiglas [Herringer Kiss Gallery Calgary AB, Feb 6- 27 and Jennifer Kostuik Gallery, Vancouver BC, Feb 28-Mar 14]

With his signature long exposures and printed as large format Cibachromes, the images include recognizable views of architecture and skylines in Dubai, Shanghai, Venice, Los Angeles and other international cities. Many pictures show a thin, Morse code-like edge of buildings separating sea from sky which can be read as the DNA for whatever city/settlement is contained within the image.

Burdeny earned a Master of Architecture in 1998 from the University of Manitoba. He has been the recipient of numerous international photography awards, including an Award of Excellence from the Communication Arts Photo Annual Competition, and has several International B+W Spider Awards to his credit. In 2008, out of 23,000 submissions, Burdeny won the Nature Photographer of the Year Award at the Pilsner Urquell International Photography Awards (IPA).

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Mia Johnson

David Burdeny, Shanghai I, China

David Burdeny, Shanghai I, China (2009), chromogenic print, transmounted to 6ml Plexiglas [Herringer Kiss Gallery Calgary AB, Feb 6- 27 and Jennifer Kostuik Gallery, Vancouver BC, Feb 28-Mar 14]

David Burdeny, Shanghai II, China

David Burdeny, Shanghai II, China (2009), Chromogenic print, transmounted to Plexiglas [Herringer Kiss Gallery Calgary AB, Feb 6- 27 and Jennifer Kostuik Gallery, Vancouver BC, Feb 28-Mar 14]

David Burdeny, Shanghai II, China

David Burdeny, Puxi I, Shanghai, China (2009), Chromogenic print, transmounted to Plexiglas [Herringer Kiss Gallery Calgary AB, Feb 6- 27 and Jennifer Kostuik Gallery, Vancouver BC, Feb 28-Mar 14]

David Burdeny, Shanghai II, China

David Burdeny, Dubai II, UAE (2009), Chromogenic print, transmounted to Plexiglas [Herringer Kiss Gallery Calgary AB, Feb 6- 27 and Jennifer Kostuik Gallery, Vancouver BC, Feb 28-Mar 14]

David Burdeny, Shanghai II, China

David Burdeny, Burrard Inlet, Vancouver, (2009), Chromogenic print, transmounted to Plexiglas [Herringer Kiss Gallery Calgary AB, Feb 6- 27 and Jennifer Kostuik Gallery, Vancouver BC, Feb 28-Mar 14]


 Wed, Feb 17, 2010