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Manufactured Landscapes: The Photographs of Edward Burtynsky Hardcover – March 11, 2003
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Ken Baker is a faculty member at Dartmouth College. He is currently Nathaniel Leverone Professor of Management at the Tuck School of Business and also Adjunct Professor at the Thayer School of Engineering. He teaches courses relating to mathematical modeling and operations management. At present, he is a principal investigator on the Spreadsheet Engineering research project, and co-author (with Steve Powell) of The Art of Modeling with Spreadsheets. Over the years, much of Professor Baker's teaching and research has dealt with operations planning and control, and he is widely known for his textbook, Elements of Sequencing and Scheduling, in addition to a variety of technical articles. Professor Baker has served as Tuck School's Associate Dean and Associate Dean of Faculty, and he has directed the Tuck School's management development programs in the manufacturing area. Currently, he serves as a Co-director of Thayer School's Master's program in Engineering Management.
Mark Haworth-Booth is Honorary Research Fellow at the Victoria and Albert Museum and a Senior Fellow of the Royal College of Art.
Top Customer Reviews
The album is good to have a general idea about the author, his work and his workshop (nice introduction, and interview with Edward Burtynsky - that's what I've missed from the exibitions) but if you haven't seen full-size prints before, do not buy this book - otherwise it might spoil your opinion about one of the best photographers ever...
I brought this book for the contextual information that it holds and I was not disappointed. It is important when studying an artists work to read what is written about it as well as viewing the images. The book contains many high quality colour images of Burtynskys work and also a large amount of written material that is well worth the read.
An excellent addition to my library.
Burtynsky's recent photographs have been about peak oil, the urbanization of China and rock quarry mining. The photographs are an interesting balance of attraction and repulsion. The colors and tonal ranges and sheer beauty of his work attract a closer look leading to the realization that the scene has been caused by humans "disrupting the landscape in pursuit of progress". This book is a good example of how reproductions can be limiting to fine art. The book feels muted compared to Burtynsky's prints. Half of what attracts me to his work is the precise craftsmanship and fine detail.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The book is beautiful. The contents were not exactly what I was expecting from promotional excerpts and visuals of the book.Published on April 1, 2014 by Lisa S. Qualls
Being a landscape photographer and the owner of a large collection of photobooks, it takes more than super saturated imagery and cheap photoshop effects to impress me. Read morePublished on May 5, 2013 by Nathan Everett
The booked shipped out very quickly. The book was well packaged. The condition of the book was great. Thanks so much.Published on January 3, 2012 by April
If you like crystal clear, razor-sharp images full of rich detail that only large format photography provides, you'll like this book. Read morePublished on December 31, 2008 by Pixeler
Edward Burtynsky is an extremely talented photographer and manages to capture the most dramatic and mysterious of scenes. Extraordinary photographs of some extraordinary subjects.Published on November 7, 2007 by K. Henshall
I discovered Ed Burtynsky by chance when waiting for my dentist...
It was a chock : over its technical knowledge, this guy is capable to find the perfect angle to show... Read more