Laurel Johannesson’s new photo works focus on the underlying theme of ‘being in a state of precarious limbo.” The Oblivion Seekers “are searching for a space where time is suspended, where they can hover in limbo, and temporarily push memory and knowing into oblivion.”
Using the remains of fish that had washed up on the shores of a Saskatchewan lake, photographer Vera Saltzman created this series of powerful lumen photographs that draw attention to the destruction of our natural environments.
What a fascinating concept. British artist Eleanor Macnair takes famous photographs and reproduces them in Play-Doh, simplifying and transforming them with vivid colour.
This brilliant exhibit flows from photographer Thomas Kiefer’s decade as a part-time janitor at a U.S. Customs and Border Patrol Facility in Arizona. Disturbed by the volume of discarded food, clothing and belongings of migrants and smugglers – some after seizure by immigration and customs, the rest simply […]
Acclaimed photographer, poet, and filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami opens the world premiere of Doors Without Keys this week at Toronto’s Aga Khan Museum.