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Brown Bag Lunch & Talk: Todd Eberle (Audio)

November 16th, 2011

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Recorded: Friday, October 21, 12 – 1pm in the Weston Family Learning Centre
Duration: 55:03

Join Todd Eberle for the first in a series of brown-bag lunch-time talks. Born in Cleveland, OH, in 1963, Todd Eberle is a professional photographer and artist based in New York City. He is currently photographer-at-large for Vanity Fair. First celebrated for his photographs of Donald Judd’s works and architecture, Eberle is best known for his interpretive work comprising of iconic subject matter such as art, architecture, interiors, design, and portraits. Turning his lens on these subjects, Eberle presents the disparate images that make up international architecture, landscapes, and society. His vision is united by a minimalist aesthetic; a potent mix of control, symmetry and proportion. A book signing for Todd Eberle: Empire of Space will follow from 1 – 2:00 p.m. in shopAGO.

The Brown Bag Lunch & Talk series is generously supported by

Maxine Granovsky Gluskin & Ira Gluskin

In association with


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