Oleh Sirant is a Toronto artist specializing in staged, large-scale digital photography, with a focus on contemporary portraiture. His digital images are printed on canvas with archival ink.
Sirant explores contemporary issues such as the aftermath of trauma, usually in highly stylized, figurative narratives which instantly tell a story.
Above: He photographed the fridges people put outside their homes in New Orleans with messages written on them, after Katrina. Below: The work in a room.
Sirant studied Fine Art- Photography at the Ontario College of Art and Design. His works have been featured in numerous publications (including Canadian Art, Interior Design, House and Home, International Architecture) and exhibited at international art fairs including the Toronto International Art Fair and Art Basel Miami Beach.
Oleh Sirant’s website, here.