This exhibition of the influential Canadian artist Jeff Wall shows his use of photography to study the process of settlement on landscapes, or cityscapes, and to examine the meaning of landscape. “A successful picture is a source of pleasure, and I believe that it is the pleasure experienced in art that makes possible any critical reflection about its subject matter or its form.”
The exhibition of Jeff Wall Landscapes was set in the context of Manchester Art Gallery’s collection of 18th century secular Dutch landscapes and Norwich Castle collection of the Norwich School’s early 19th century depiction of disappearing rural communities at the time of industrialisation.

Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery
17 February to 27 April 2003

Jeff Wall Landscapes
Edited by Lynda Morris
10 colour plates
Jeff Wall’s 1995 essay ‘About Making Landscapes’
‘A Conversation between Jeff Wall and Lynda Morris’
Hardback 48pp A4 trimmed
Publishers Norwich Gallery Norwich School of Art and Design Article Press University of Central England
Distributor Central Books 99 Wallis Road London E9
price £10.00 special exhibition price £5.00