Belvedere is an artist’s publication by David Hartt.
A suite of formally austere photographs taken at the Mackinac Center for Public Policy in Midland, Michigan, Belvedere is a continuation of David Hartt’s investigation of vernacular utopias — those places where the ideal has been forced to morph and adjust to the reality of the surrounding imperfect world.
The Mackinac Center for Public Policy is the originator of the Overton window, a policy framing device used to adjust public opinion on a particular subject by positing radical viewpoints and thereby shifting the frame of reference closer to an intended outcome.
(Description by New Documents)
About the Artist
David Hartt is a Canadian artist who lives and works in Philadelphia. He received his MFA from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago. Selected exhibitions include Adrift (Or Gallery, Vancouver), and Interval (LAXART, Los Angeles) both 2015; and Stray Light (The Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh) and The Republic (David Nolan Gallery, New York) in 2014. For more information see the artist's website at www.davidhartt.com.
David Hartt, Artist
Dominica and New Documents, Publishers
28 pages, staple-bound with foldouts, edition of 500
Height: 6.8 inches x Width: 8.4 inches x Depth:
Weight: 0.29 lbs
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