An exhibit at the Ryerson Image Centre tells the story of Canadian soldier and veterinarian Harry Colebourn (1887–1947), who, at the onset of World War I, purchased a pet bear he named Winnie, after his hometown of Winnipeg. When his regiment shipped out, Harry took Winnie with him, […]
This series by Gene Mastrangeli was inspired by an anti-graffiti by-law put into effect in Toronto. He’s on exhibition at convenience, a window gallery for experimental urban and civic art.
One of the world’s largest art organizations has just launched a new, running competition that should thrill even the most uninitiated GIF maker. Saatchi Art and Google+ are collaborating on a project that encourages motion photography, the hugely popular creative trend that until now required special tools and […]
Canadian born international photo sensation Edward Burtynsky had his directorial debut at the Toronto International Film Festival for Watermark, and is just finished a major exhibition of the photography that goes with it at the New Orleans Museum of Art. This trailer provides a fleeting glimpse of the […]
I’ve posted about Spanish photographer Alfonso Batalla before. He’s one of my all-time favorites, and these Superstructure works are as fascinating as his previous series.
Vancouver-based Scott Conarroe is acclaimed for his photographs of landscape and the built environment, which evoke romantic pictorial traditions. One of his most intriguing set of works is the By Sea series, a survey of the coastal perimeter of Canada and the U.S. (Above, Sled Dogs in Iqaluit, […]