An important U.S. exhibition of the photo-based work of Michael Snow pays tribute to the multi-faceted Canadian artist. You may know him for the flying geese at the Eaton Centre in Toronto, or his fan sculptures atop the Rogers Centre.
Canadian born international photo sensation Edward Burtynsky had his directorial debut at the Toronto International Film Festival for Watermark, and is just finished a major exhibition of the photography that goes with it at the New Orleans Museum of Art. This trailer provides a fleeting glimpse of the […]
Jill Greenberg returns to her original muse – the horse – at a show of her latest work opening Jan. 31 at O’Born Contemporary in Toronto. “A perennial obsession now shared with her young daughter, the horse began to ignite in the artist consideration of how the bit, […]
The time-lapse photography of Michael Shainblum is the focus of two exquisite new short films, both released last night, focused on his exploration of southern California landscapes and the bold night sky. One, a behind-the-scenes documentary, is part eloquent artist statement and part tutorial. The other is Shainblum’s […]
Heidi Leverty retrieves and sculpts the discarded remnants of our lives, capturing the unique and extraordinary in the things we throw away. Her art relies on trash – paper, metal, fabric and plastic diverted while in transit to recycling. (Above: Tincarnation 15, 32 x 32″)
Veteran rock photographer Gered Mankowitz is on exhibit at Atlas Gallery in London through January, 2014, showing from his personal collection of 1,000 previously unseen vintage silver gelatin prints of the Rolling Stones. (Above: at Ormond Yard, London, in early 1965)