Jacqueline Hassink is a Dutch-born conceptual artist, originally trained as a sculptor. She first picked up a camera in 1994, beginning successive series of photographs dealing methodically and precisely with the themes of globalisation and economic power. Her series include "Table of Power" (1996), for which she photographed the boardroom tables of Europes 40 largest multinationals, "Female Power Stations: Queen Bees" (2000) about the business and domestic environments of the worlds leading women executives, and "Car Girls" (2007) about the manifestations of power in the world of the global car fairs. "The Power Book", the first survey of Hassinks photography, takes the form of a travelogue the best of her photographs from America, Europe, the Middle East and Japan are presented chronologically along with illuminating diary notes and sketches and is published to accompany her major exhibition "The Power Show" (opening in Amsterdam, Rotterdam and New York before touring internationally).
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(265mm x 340mm x 18mm)
Publisher: Chris Boot
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