The Artist's Studio: Joseph Hartman

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The Artist's Studio: Joseph Hartman


28 × 21 cm | 8 × 11 in
130 ills | 144 pages

Contributors: Melissa Bennett, Alana Traficante, Robert Enright


Bringing together a body of work made by photographer Joseph Hartman since 2013, The Artist’s Studio: Joseph Hartman offers a glimpse inside the working spaces of some of Canada’s most prominent contemporary artists. Coinciding with Canada’s sesquicentennial, the book contains incredible insights into the studios of artists who have defined the country’s role within the international art landscape over the past century.

The Artist’s Studio: Joseph Hartman offers a spectacular view of an historic moment within the country’s cultural scene, with Hartman offering a curated viewpoint that gives the viewer access to artists' studios mid-process, with the artists themselves never appearing in the frame. Over 100 artists are featured within the book, including Kent Monkman, Sara MacCulloch, Katharine Harvey and Pierre Dorion.

Joseph Hartman is a Canadian photographer based in Hamilton, Ontario. After receiving a master’s degree in Kinesiology at McMaster University in 2004 and being accepted into medical school, Hartman decided to pursue a career as an artist. He is a self-taught photographer and apprenticed with Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky before embarking on his own career in photography. He is the recipient of several awards and grants, including those from the Ontario Arts Council and the Canada Council for the Arts. Hartman’s work can be found in permanent public collections including those of the Art Gallery of Hamilton and the MacLaren Art Centre, as well as prestigious corporate collections such as those of the Royal Bank of Canada and TD Canada Trust.

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