Does that which doesn’t kill you really make you stronger? During one of the worst weather days Toronto has ever seen, 1LoveTO suggested that if you found the weather too cruel, you might want to check out the AGO. They quite rightly added #Art and #Inspiration to their tweet, knowing that art can inspire us through tough […]Read more "Cold Enough For You?"
How often do you go out with the intention of finding the good, the marvellous, the wonderful? That’s what Sebastião Salgado did over a period of nine years. Starting out in 2004, he’s travelled and photographed unspoiled terrain in 32 countries to restore in himself a lost trust in everything. The results of those travels, […]Read more "Salgado’s Genesis"
I’m incredibly excited about the opening of Art Miami, where my work will be seen by 55,000 top international curators, artists, dealers & buyers. The VIP Opening Night is slated to begin as I write this. My work is being presented in the Context Pavilion by Luky Cancio of Cancio Contemporary. The Context Pavillion is described, […]Read more "Tonight’s The Night"
My new camera is a dinosaur: A Crown Graphic press camera made in the ’50s. The film holders you see on the right are used to hold, expose, and protect 4×5″ cut film. These negs hold a massive amount of information. When scanned in a top drawer drum scanner, fine images can be printed all the […]Read more "My New Camera"
If there’s a contemporary “can’t miss” exhibition in Toronto this month it’s Sanaz Mazinani’s Frames of the Visible. Showing until June 9 at the Stephen Bulger Gallery, these wall-sized photo collages truly rethink photography as they rigorously explore new ways of seeing and representing conflict through photography. Until now, I admit to not being a fan […]Read more "Must See: Frames Of The Visible"