An Industrial Landscape Observed: The Lachine Canal

Publication, July 1992

The photograph sequence by Clara Gutsche and David Miller (drawn from their 1985-86 CCA commission) illustrates this monograph on Montréal’s Lachine Canal. Jean Bélisle summarizes the history of this artificially created waterway, Dinu Bumbaru addresses the importance of industrial heritage, and Louise Désy positions the Miller-Gutsche commission within the history of Québec photography.

Essays by Jean Bélisle, Dinu Bumbaru, and Louise Désy
Photographs by Clara Gutsche and David Miller
Graphic design by Glenn Goluska

Published in French as Regards sur un paysage industriel : Le canal de Lachine

Softcover, 43 pages


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