These prints have been selected and sorted from the thousands and thousands of digital snapshots I have taken over the last nine years since I purchased my first digital camera. I am presenting these sets of 100 photographs in small editions of five archival print boxes. By removing certain photos out of the endless stream of photos taken and putting them together into boxed collections new relationships are forged between images which would otherwise be unrelated to one another.
The winning bidder has the right to purchase a larger version of any one of the images, details are inside the box.
Adad Hannah was born in New York City in 1971, and has lived and worked in Montreal since 2001. His pieces explore the intersection of photography, video, and performance, often through tableaux vivants. He has exhibited at the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal (2008, 2009), Zendai MoMA (Shanghai, 2009), Galerie Thomas Shulte (Berlin, 2008), Ke Center for Contemporary Art (Shanghai, 2008), the Vancouver Art Gallery (2007), the National Gallery of Canada (Ottawa, 2006), Ikon Gallery (Birmingham, 2006), the 4th Seoul International Media Art Biennale (2006), Casa Encendida (Madrid, 2006) and Viper Basel (2004). In 2004 he won the Toronto Images Festival Installation/New Media Award, and the Bogdanka Poznanovic Award at Videomedeja 8. He has produced works at museums including the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, the National Gallery of Canada, the Vancouver Art Gallery, the Rodin Gallery (Seoul), and the Prado Museum (Madrid).
Hannah has recently finished a body of videos and photographs produced in collaboration with the Prado Museum, a site-specific commission for the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, as well as a work produced for the Vancouver Art Gallery. Selected public collections: Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Ke Center for Centemporary Art, SSamzie Collection, Zacheta National Gallery of Art, Surrey Art Gallery, Monash University.