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Leonore Doolan, a food ...
Leonore Doolan, a food writer for the New York Times, meets Harold Morris, a photographer, at a Halloween party in 2002.
In Important Artifacts and Personal Property from the Collection of Leonore Doolan
and Harold Morris, Leanne Shapton invites us to contemplate what is truly valuable, and to consider the art we make of our private lives.
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Portman brought the book to Pitt and both will play the couple Hal Morris (a 40ish photographer) and Lenore Doolan (a New York Times food columnist in her late 20s).
The book takes the form of a Sotherby's-like estate auction catalogue, with entries and photographs depicting items that reveal the private moments and the ups and downs of a the four-year relationship between Morris and Doolan
Love for sale - The story ...
Love for sale - The story is simple: Lenore Doolan is 26 years old and working for The New York Times as a cake columnist, Harold "Hal" Morris is a globe-trotting photographer in his early 40s.
Important Artifacts and Personal Property ...
Important Artifacts and Personal Property from the Collection of Lenore Doolan and Harold Morris, Including Books, Street Fashion, and Jewelry by Leanne Shapton is presented as an auction catalogue.
Each object inventoried relates to the failed romance between Doolan
They range from napkins tattooed with telephone numbers, to a case of 1989 Calon-Segur Bordeaux (auction estimate $55 to $95), with which Morris asked Doolan
to move in with him, to a teapot in the shape of a dog (estimate $12 to $20), and an umberella belonging to an ex-boyfriend.
Doolan is a food writer and her scribbled notes about meals eaten, and cuttings from her cake themed column shed light on the book.
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The book titled 'Important Artifacts and Personal Property From the Collection of Lenore Doolan and Harold Morris, Including Books, Street Fashion and Jewellery' was just published by Farrar Straus & Giroux.
The book takes the form of a Sotheby''s-like estate auction catalogue, with 325 entries and photographs depicting items that reveal the private moments and the rise and fall of a four-year relationship between the fictitious couple Hal Morris, a 40ish photographer, and Lenore Doolan, a New York Times food columnist in her late 20s.