Category: Photography

Who Doesn’t Love a Trailer Park Party?

The elegant pop-culture themes of Anthony Redpath’s work are captivating, whether in the story-style trailer park shot (above: Trailer Park Party – lightjet output on chromogenic print) or the straight-up photography of industrial locations. Vancouver-based, Redpath is a well known commercial photographer with a high profile portfolio. But […]

Unbearable Remnants of Hiroshima

Heartbreaking remnants of clothing and personal effects left behind by the victims of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima in August, 1945, are the images in this exhibit at the Museum of Anthropology in Vancouver. Internationally acclaimed for a career spanning three decades, Ishiuchi Miyako chose the subjects of […]

David Leventi’s Chronicles of the Opera

Bjoerling’s Larynx, by photographer David Leventi,  is a series of crisp, dramatic records of the world’s famous opera houses, named for Swedish tenor Jussi Bjoerling, one of the leading operatic singers of the 20th century. All the images are photographed with 4×5” and 8×10” Arca-Swiss cameras to maximize […]

Endless Summer: On Georgian Bay

Scott McFarland’s travels have included the famed rococo Sanssouci Palace in Potsdam, Germany, and  the tiny Sans Souci island in Georgian Bay, founded by Samuel de Champlain, and the subject of several paintings by the Group of Seven.  The island (in Ontario) is the subject of  his latest […]

Photography: Tree Planting Tribes

 From Canadian Art magazine: Lorraine Gilbert Shaping the New Forest 1990 Detail Courtesy National Gallery of Canada I know a lot of young tree planters, and therefore this photography exhibit instantly caught my eye. Organized and toured by the Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography in Ottawa, “Global Nature” brings […]