Steve McCurry’s new post on childhoods stolen by the necessities of poverty is powerful.Read more "Stolen Childhoods"
I still remember the weight of my jaw dropping when I first saw Manufactured Landscapes, Edward Burtynsky’s landmark photo book from 2003. I’d studied with Ed at Ryerson and knew his work but this was stuff of a different order. He’d found his calling. His photographs captured the impact of industry on the landscape, but they did […]Read more "BURTYNSKY’S FOREBEARS"
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"
It’s almost too late, but … I finally made my long-delayed trip to the AGO. I’ve been reading about the Grange finalists and realized hey, the vote closes tonight and I haven’t made up my mind. An alcove at the front of the exhibit features mini-docs of exactly five (5) minutes to each contestant. Relentlessly […]Read more "A Vote for Gauri Gill"