Money Matters: A Critical Look at Bank Architecture

Publication, 14 November 1990

As part of a commission by the Parnassus Foundation and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, a architecturally representative and culturally significant North American building type —banks— was selected to be variously interpreted by a group of Canadian and American architectural photographers. Money Matters presents eleven examples of these images, including photographs by Edward Burtynsky, David Duchow, and Catherine Wagner.

Texts by David Harris, James Borcoman, and Susan Wagg. Book design by Glenn Goluska.

Softcover, 31 pages. Published in English and in French.

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