Here are some photo-related articles from around the web!
The National Gallery of Canada’s Canadian Photography Institute in Ottawa is presenting PhotoLab 5: L’arbre est dans ses feuilles and Oscar G....
ViewPoint Gallery photographic art collective in Halifax has moved to a new space, and now they are exhibiting The Beauty of Imperfection as their inaugural exhibition in this new home.
The 2018 World Press Photo exhibition's last stop will be La Pulperie in Chicoutimi from October 19 to November 11. You also still have a chance to see it a few more days in Toronto as well (Brookfield Place Allen Lambert Galleria through October 22).
Ryerson Image Centre in Toronto is presenting Alia Youssef’s The Sisters Project from September 12 to October 14. The artist started this series as a way to show more diversity than "certain representations of what it means to be Muslim" that she was seeing in the media.
In the October/November issue, we have a profile on Amanda Large and Younes Bounhar, Dave Brosha's reflections on landscape photography, Maggie Hood's impressions of the new Profoto B10, interviews with Michael Flomen and Alia Youssef, and much more!
Art Mûr in Montreal is presenting Henri Venne's Episodic through October 27. Venne makes his impressionistic images in rural area with a medium-format film camera. Instead of altering the images in post-production, he uses filters to create the colourful, moody photographs.