These haunting photographs by Anthea Baxter-Page are from her exhibition Passages, “referring literally to the physical thresholds and pathways that have been traveled many times over.”
In Ontario, Yours to Discover is the slogan on licence plates (although the words are about to change). For Zinnia Naqvi, the phrase triggers memories of immigration to Canada from Pakistan. Her tableaux vivants (living pictures) address common newcomer experiences, featuring props, ephemera and family photos from tourist attractions.
“I have been There” is an on-going performance series that explores relationships between death, belonging and diaspora by Montreal artist Chun Hua Catherine Dong.
Antonio Briceño is a Venezuelan photographer and biologist whose work promotes the conservation of nature and indigenous cultures. In a series called “Gods of America,” Briceño creates portraits of indigenous people set against natural and cultural landscapes.
The Audible Language of Flowers, opening May 8 at OCAD U’s Onsite Gallery, presents recent images by lens-based artist T.M. Glass featuring blooms and vessels from unique gardens across the globe.
The always interesting Public Domain Review features these stunning floral images by Ogawa Kazumasa, a Japanese photographer, printer, and publisher known for his pioneering work in photomechanical printing in the 1890s. The exquisite hand-coloured flower collotypes were featured in the 1896 book Some Japanese Flowers (a 2013 reprint […]