That’s a Sony World Photography Award winner (motion) by Colmbian photographer Camilo Diaz. More than 227,596 images from all over the world were entered. See more at the organization’s Winners Galleries, here. And here’s a small selection of some of the outstanding works, below.
Ten years, 10 provinces, 1,000 photos is the way White Wall Gallery North is billing this exhibition of Richard Johnson’s work (April 19 through June 7, Toronto). These provisional shelters offer a colourful glimpse into the Canadian culture of Ice Fishing. Sheet metal, faux wood
Ottawa photographer William James Topley (1845–1930) was an important chronicler of people and events in Canada’s capital in the 50 years after Confederation. In effect, he was Canada’s first celebrity photographer, recording Royal visits, Prime Ministers and the lives of leading citizens. But he also documented significant social issues, including immigration. For […]
Haunting and surreal, Matthew Borrett’s Hypnagogia at the Red Head Gallery shows Toronto in a decaying, parallel universe.
The large-format, long exposure photographs of Toshio Shibata achieve a unique harmony by focusing on the interweaving of natural forces with man-made structures.
Harold “Doc” Edgerton has been called The Man Who Made Time Stand Still because of his high speed images of moving objects. His iconic photography is on exhibit at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia through August, 2017.