For photographer Joseph Hartman, the idea of creating artist portraits by capturing the deeply personal spaces of their studios really began in childhood. He has fond memories of being in the studio of his father, painter and printmaker John Hartman, and reveling in the experience. (Above: Studio of […]
Ganga Ma is the result of a 10-year photographic journey along the Ganges by Giulio Di Sturco, documenting the effects of pollution, industrialization and climate change. The project follows the river for over 2,500 miles, from its source in the Himalayas in India to its delta in the […]
There’s been a great deal of publicity, and rightly so, for True to the Eyes: The Howard and Carole Tanenbaum Photography Collection, on exhibit at the Ryerson Image Centre in Toronto. It consists of more than 200 photos, 19th century to contemporary, from the couple’s eclectic image files, […]
Sarah Martin’s work explores the concept of memory, its deceptive nature and the way photographs can act as trigger points for a viewer’s memory. By using vintage photography and painting, she explores the way personal and collective memories can meld together and be manipulated.
Canadian-American photographer Lynne Cohen (1944-2014) is best known for images of institutional interiors, places generally inaccessible to the general public, such as medical labs, factories, shooting ranges, private offices and military installations.
Self-taught photographer Helga Paris (German, born 1938) was trained in fashion design but began taking photos seriously in 1967, leading to life as a freelancer in the German Democratic Republic. She found her subjects in her immediate surroundings and is best known for documenting everyday life in east […]