I got a call from my friend Evelyn Aimis in Miami two weeks ago to let me know that my work had been included in a group show at Bloomies in Coral Gables. Huh? I’ve dreamed of exhibiting everywhere. In my first year at Ryerson Photo school I met André Kertesz, who was, besides my […]Read more "What’s it mean to exhibit at Bloomingdale’s?"
OK, I like shooting my instamatic, my hipstamatic and my photo booth. I call it my absurdomatic. In fact I love photo booth so much I was gonna call this post “I see better with my iPad!”. But as the evidence below shows, I hear better with it too! The clincher though is that my […]Read more "I LOVE MY CAMERA!"
Osheen Harruthoonyanat is a Toronto photographer who works with black and white negatives and a wide range of darkroom tools to create uniquely emotional works of art. This exhibition features works from two groupings: Nocturna Artificialia and Uchronie Fragments.The images are taken on 4 x 5 negatives and then manipulated using various physical tools and chemical processes. The resulting prints […]Read more "Osheen Harruthoonyanat at Toronto Image Works"
Here are some astonishing images I took on last Sunday’s walkabout at Missdemeanors, Fashion Crimes’ children’s wing. I call them Product Girl, (top) and Product Girl2. They fit neatly into my long term project Product Man, which examines my reaction to the commercialization of everything. Does anyone else have a problem with sexualizing tiny tots this way? I […]Read more "Childhood Lost On Queen St W"
As promised earlier in the week, there’s much more to say about the Grange Prize finalists now showing at the AGO until November 27th. Check out their website to whet your appetite. Though my vote went to Gauri Gill (below), photographers like Nandini Valli and Elaine Stiocki are well worth seeing. Nandini Valli in particular has a […]Read more "The Grange Finalists"