Eastport

Photographs by Thaddeus Holownia
Text by John Leroux
Introduction by Hugh French

Eastport
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The first in-depth study of a community’s architecture along the eastern coast of Maine. Thaddeus Holownia took more than a thousand large-format photographs for this project, including interiors and exteriors of buildings, wider streetscape and landscape views, and a whole ... Read more


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The first in-depth study of a community’s architecture along the eastern coast of Maine. Thaddeus Holownia took more than a thousand large-format photographs for this project, including interiors and exteriors of buildings, wider streetscape and landscape views, and a whole series of portraits of trees. The result is a magnificent book of photographs, accompanied by essays by architectural historian John Leroux and an introduction by Hugh French. This casebound, Smyth-sewn, large-format volume features 175 duotone stochastic reproductions.

Thaddeus Holownia

Thaddeus Holownia is emeritus professor of fine arts at Mount Allison University. His photographs have been exhibited and collected at museums throughout North America and Europe.

John Leroux

John Leroux has practised in the fields of art history, architecture, visual art, curation, and education. He is currently the manager of collections and exhibitions at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Leroux holds a bachelor of architecture degree from McGill University, a master’s in art history from Concordia University, and a PhD in history from the University of New Brunswick. He was a team member of Canada’s entry at the 2012 Venice Biennale in architecture, and he has taught at the University of New Brunswick, the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design, and St. Thomas University. Leroux is the author or editor of sixteen books, including Peter Powning: A Retrospective, The Lost City: Ian MacEachern’s Photographs of Saint John, and Wabanaki Modern: The Artistic Legacy of the 1960s “Micmac Indian Craftsmen”.

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