Library and Archives Canada does a great job of curating interesting flashbacks and gems from the country’s history, some of them just so whimsical, including these images of beaches. Check out the LAC blog, here.
Canadian photo-based artist Susan Dobson covers suburban culture, architecture, and landscape in a portfolio that takes on everything from the rising moon to toy-strewn basements. Her sharp observations on urban development and alienation have brought her international recognition. (Above: Flight Path, from the series Dislocation) End of the […]
Canadian artist Jeff Wall’s famed large-format Dead Troops Talk went for $3.6 million at Christie’s New York this week, making the work the most expensive Canadian photo ever sold at auction. The original estimate was $1.5 to $2 million for the 90 x 164″ work, Dead Troops Talk (A […]
Peter Gumpesberger’s travels have yielded a series of arresting images set to go on exhibit and sale May 3 in Toronto. (Above: “There’s No Place Like Home” – Wai-iti, New Zealand). His images are often reflective and solitary and create a mood of serenity, stillness, reverence for nature, […]