News & Events


Edward Burtynsky’s New Series: Anthropocene

 •  August 29

Organized by the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) in Toronto and the Canadian Photography Institute (CPI) of the National Gallery of Canada (NGC) in...

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The Sisters Project

 •  August 27

Ryerson Image Centre in Toronto is presenting Alia Youssef’s The Sisters Project, a photographic series of Canadian Muslim women.

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Nikon Releases Three New Lenses for its Z-Mount System and Mount Adapter FTZ

 •  August 24

Nikon Canada announced the release of three new lenses designed for the new Nikon Z mount system's full-frame (Nikon FX format) mirrorless cameras.

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Street Photography at the AGH

 •  August 24

The Art Gallery of Hamilton is focusing on the theme of street photography with a number of its current exhibitions: Vintage Photographs by...

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Nikon introduces the new Nikon Z mount system and two full-frame mirrorless cameras

 •  August 23

Nikon Canada announced the release of the full-frame Nikon FX system. The new Nikon Z mount system includes two mirrorless cameras as well as...

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From Painting to Photography and Back Again

 •  August 22

You’re probably already familiar with Henri Cartier-Bresson's images, but did you know that this famous pioneer of street photography started out...

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World Press Photo: Montreal

 •  August 20

The 2018 World Press Photo exhibition is now making its way to several cities across Canada. From August 29 through September 30, the exhibition is...

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The Sleeping Green at AGH

 •  August 14

Through September 23, Dianne Bos' The Sleeping Green is on view at Art Gallery of Hamilton. For this series, Bos documented World War I battlegrounds...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  August 7

Geoffrey James shares about his Running Fence series; the AGO | AIMIA Photography Prize has been discontinued; Canadian conservation photographer...

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Our August/September Issue

 •  August 1

In the August/September issue, you won't want to miss the profile on documentary photographer Charles-Frédérick Ouellet. There are also interviews...

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