February 3, 2020  • 

Guy’s Take on the Current Issue: February/March 2020

What do I like about this issue? What a question!! I have the good fortune of making a magazine that I love with people I love, so the short answer is: everything! Oh, but maybe you'd like specific examples?

January 29, 2020  • 


Presented free of charge at the Montreal Planétarium, ORIGINS is an exhibition of original photographs that evokes evolution and life on our planet. The exhibition unveils the work of photographer Olivier Grunewald and journalist Bernadette Gilbertas.

January 28, 2020  • 

Griffintown—Evolving Montreal

The McCord Museum in Montreal is presenting Robert Walker’s Griffintown from February 7 through August 9. Commissioned by the McCord Museum as a part of its new Evolving Montreal series, Walker documented the Griffintown area of Montreal from 2018 to 2019.

January 24, 2020  • 

Ricoh announces new HD PENTAX-D FA 70-210mmF4ED SDM WR Lens

Ricoh Imaging Americas Corporation today announced the HD PENTAX-D FA 70-210mmF4ED SDM WR zoom lens for use with PENTAX K-mount digital SLR cameras.

January 21, 2020  • 

Exposure: Alberta’s Photography Festival

Throughout the month of February, Exposure: Alberta’s Photography Festival will be celebrating photography by Albertan, Canadian and international photographers with exhibitions and events in galleries, museums, artist centres and other spaces all in Calgary, Medicine Hat, Lethbridge, Canmore, Banff and Cochrane

January 17, 2020  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Here are some photo-related articles from around the web on Saul Leiter's colourful street photography, the new Canada Post Far and Wide stamps, Stan Douglas and the Venice Biennale, and Arianne Clément.

January 15, 2020  • 

Stan Douglas Will Represent Canada at the 59th Venice Biennale

Vancouver-based artist Stan Douglas will represent Canada at the 59th Venice Biennale. Douglas is recognized as one of the country's most acclaimed contemporary artists whose multidisciplinary works, including films, photographs, and, more recently, theater productions, often reflect on the dynamic potential embedded in pivotal historical moments.

January 8, 2020  • 

Canon’s New EOS-1D X Mark III DLSR

Canon Canada Inc. has announced the highly anticipated Canon EOS-1D X Mark III camera – the successor to the EOS-1D X Mark II. The Company’s new flagship DSLR has been engineered and designed using extensive feedback from professional sports, photojournalist, wildlife and wedding photographers.

January 7, 2020  • 

Nikon’s New D780, NIKKOR Z 70-200 mm f/2.8 VR S Lens and More!

Nikon Canada Inc. has unveiled the D780, a new FX-format DSLR that makes vast improvements to the highly-revered D750, Nikon’s most popular full-frame DSLR ever, while inheriting pro-level features from the powerful D850 and flagship D5.

January 6, 2020  • 

An Exploration of the Coastlines of Nova Scotia

Through February 2, ViewPoint Gallery in Halifax is presenting an exhibition by new gallery member Michael Clutson. Clutson's Coastlines focuses on his exploration of the shoreline views of Nova Scotia over the last ten years.

January 6, 2020  • 

Kevin Frayer’s Time to Act: Rohingya Voices in Winnipeg

Have you seen Canadian photojournalist Kevin Frayer's exhibition on the Rohingya crisis? Through April 5, you can see his Time to Act: Rohingya Voices at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg. Developed as a collaboration between the museum and Frayer, this exhibition focuses on the plight of the Rohingya people of Myanmar.

January 6, 2020  • 

Claudia Fährenkemper: Seltsame Schönheit

From January 11 through February 8, Stephen Bulger Gallery in Toronto is presenting Claudia Fährenkemper's Seltsame Schönheit. The prominent German photographer's first solo exhibition in North America, this exhibition is a survey of the artist's work over the past 30 years.

January 6, 2020  • 

A Handful of Dust

From January 22 through April 5, Ryerson Image Centre in Toronto is presenting A Handful of Dust: From the Cosmic to the Domestic. Bringing together images from today and the last 100 years, this exhibition explores the visual representation of dust in both quotidian and poetic ways.