Carol Marino, Ribbons
This photographic triptych Titled "Ribbons" 1998 is a gelatin silver print on paper by noted American/Canadian artist Carol Marino, born …
moreThis photographic triptych Titled "Ribbons" 1998 is a gelatin silver print on paper by noted American/Canadian artist Carol Marino, born 1943. It is hand signed, dated 1998 and titled in dark red ink by the artist. The size of each photograph is 16 x 11 inches, sheet size is 16. 5 x 11.5 inches. The three together is 34.65 x 11.5 inches, framed is 29.25 x 43 inches. Framed in a silver and maple frame. The photographs are in excellent condition, the frame has some minor scratches and will be replaced by a similar or better new frame before shipping, which will make the overall condition excellent.
About the artist:
CAROL MARINO (Canadian, b. United States, 1943)
In reaction to the industrial landscape of Pittsburgh, where she grew up, Carol Marino responds to her present, comparatively untouched environment with a certain instinctive attachment to it. Photographing near and around her home in northern Ontario, she focuses on flora and fauna in their natural habitats.
For her, photography is a vehicle to express her concern for and engagement with her natural surroundings and her work often shows the influence of artists such as Edward Weston or Imogen Cunningham, particularly in its sensuality.
Marino generally makes only a single print from each negative, often grouping three or four images together to create assemblages. The occasional addition of patterned colour-pigmented
Select Solo Exhibitions
2006 Newfoundland, Corkin Shopland Gallery, Toronto
2001 New Work, Jane Corkin Gallery, Toronto
1999 Recent Work, Jane Corkin Gallery, Toronto
1996 Jane Corkin Gallery, Toronto
1993 Jane Corkin Gallery, Toronto
1991 The Koffler Gallery, Toronto
New Work, Jane Corkin Gallery
1988 Works in Colour, Jane Corkin Gallery
1986 Recent Work, Jane Corkin Gallery
1984 Jane Corkin Gallery, Toronto
1983 Kodak Gallery, Rochester, New York
1982 Jane Corkin Gallery
Kensington Fine Art Gallery, Calgary
1981 Marcuse Pfeifer Gallery, New York
1980 Jane Corkin Gallery
1978 The David Mirvish Gallery, Toronto
1976 The David Mirvish Gallery, Toronto
1973 The Baldwin Street Gallery, Toronto
Select Group Exhibitions
2002 Four Canadian Photographers, Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, University of Florida
1997 Hot Art for Hot Days, Jane Corkin Gallery
1996 Gallery Artists, Jane Corkin Gallery
1995 Contemporary Animals, Jane Corkin Gallery
1994 15th Anniversary Exhibition, Jane Corkin Gallery
1992 Women on Women, Jane Corkin Gallery
1991 Four Canadians, Vision Gallery, San Francisco
1990 Is There Still Life in Still Life or is Nature Morte?, Watson de Nagy, Houston, Texas
1989 Contemporary Canadian Photography, Hotel La Citadelle, Montreal, PQ
1988 Figurative Force, The Gallery / Stratford, Ontario
1987 An Exhibition of Works in Colour, Jane Corkin Gallery
Summer Gardens – Summer Flowers, Jane Corkin Gallery
1986 Masterpieces from the Gallery Collection, Jane Corkin Gallery
Canadian Contemporary Photography, Watson de Nagy, Houston, Texas
1985-6 Retrospective, Jane Corkin Gallery
1985 Jane Corkin Gallery
1984 Santa Claus Exhibition, Jane Corkin Gallery
Summer Salon ’84, Jane Corkin Gallery
1983 Galerie Zur Stockeregg, Zurich, Switzerland
1981 Le Troisième Salon, Jane Corkin Gallery
1979 Canadian Images Conference, Trent University, Peterborough, ON
Opening Exhibition, Jane Corkin Gallery
1978 The Baldwin Street Gallery, Toronto
1975 National Film Board - International Women’s Year Exhibition
Select Solo Museum Exhibitions
1987 Life Forces, Agnes Etherington Art Centre, with Catalogue, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON
Select Group Museum Exhibitions
2009 Dancing While Driving, Corkin Gallery, Toronto
2000 From the Collection: Flowerpieces, Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography
1995 The Hat My Father Wore, Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston
1992-4 Flora Photographica: The Flower in Photography From 1835 to the Present (traveling exhibition), curator: William Ewing
Musée des Beaux Art, Montreal
Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC
1990-2 Children in Photography: 150 Years (traveling exhibition)
Dalhousie Art Gallery, Halifax
Saidye Bronfman Centre, Montreal
Memorial University Art Gallery, St. John’s, Newfoundland
Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg
Koffler Art Gallery, Toronto
Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton
Vancouver Museum, Vancouver
Glenbow Museum, Calgary
Edmonton Art Gallery
1990 The Artist and the Environment, Art Gallery of Ontario, Art Rental and Sales, Toronto
1987 Contemporary Canadian Photography, The Grimsby Art Gallery, Grimsby, Ontario
Focus ’87, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto
1983 Perceptions, The Gallery / Stratford, Ontario
1977 The Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto
Art Gallery of Ontario
Art Gallery of Hamilton
Canada Council Art Bank, Ottawa
Canadian Museum for Contemporary Photography, Ottawa
Grimsby Art Gallery
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Nickle Arts Museum, Calgary
Public Archives Canada
Winnipeg Art Gallery
Books and Catalogues
Carte Blanche: A compendium of Canadian photographers, Magenta Publishing for the Arts. 2006, p. 54-55.
Life Forces, Photographs by Carol Marino, edited by Michael Bell, 1987
The Female Eye, Ottawa, The National Film Board, 1975
12 Canadians, Contemporary Canadian Photography, edited by Jane Corkin, 1980
“The smell of the sea in black and white”, by Gary Michael Dault, The Globe and Mail, February 24, 2006
“Beauty Beyond the Click of a Shutter”, by Gary Michael Dault, The Globe and Mail, February 10, 2001
“The Radiant Moment”, by Gary Michael Dault, Toronto Life, January, 1985
“Carol Marino: Light Plays a Heavy Role”, by Gary Michael Dault, The Globe and Mail, April 23, 1982
“Photographic Split Symmetries Create Bizarre World”, by Nancy Tousley, Calgary Herald, Jan. 28, 1982
“Affordable Art from 10 of Our Best Talents”, by Lisa Balfour Bowen, Toronto Star, December, 1980
“Carol Marino”, Camera 11, November, 1980
“Carol Marino Photos at Jane Corkin Gallery”, by Martin Heavisides, Art Magazine, Vol. 11, No. 48/49, May/June, 1980
“Marino Photograph Memorable”, by Gary Michael Dault, Toronto Star, March 15, 1980
“A Frame of its Own, by Carol Marino”, Photo Communique, March/April, 1979
“Landscapes by Carol Marino”, Branching Out, Vol. 5, No. 1, 1978
“Carol Marino at David Mirvish”, by Cyrel Troster, Art Magazine, Vol. 9, No. 49,
“The Frozen Image Renaissance”, by Adele Freedman, Toronto Life, May, 1977
“Focus on Our Photographic Galleries”, by Cordelia Fosgate, Key to Toronto, January, 1976
“Photo Festival ‘74”, by Charles Oberdorff, Camera Canada, September, 1974
“Ottawa Photo Show Dazzles”, by Charles Oberdorff, Canadian Photography, August, 1974 less
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