Posts Tagged ‘photography’


Maximum Exposure

 •  May 30

Ryerson’s School of Image Arts proudly presents Maximum Exposure. Now in its 19th year, the exhibition showcases the talents of emerging...

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Six Characters in Search of a Photograph

 •  May 29

Titled Six Characters In Search of a Photograph, after Luigi Pirandello’s famous play Six Characters In Search of an Author, a play that blurs...

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78/46: Platinum-Palladium Prints

 •  May 28

78/46 comprises a series of Zabol’s platinum-palladium prints: a traditional process that requires coating platinum and palladium metals on to...

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Through The Body: Lens-Based Works by Contemporary Chinese Women Artists

 •  May 27

Over the past three decades, Chinese contemporary art has had a profound impact on the international art world. Yet, outside of China, this impact...

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The Way It Looks: Abstraction and Representation

 •  May 26

Amis captures the shifting beauty of the urban environment in his work. The images in this exhibition represent everyday calm moments, when the...

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Threshold: Portraying Dramatic Narratives

 •  May 25

Continuing her work with transitional spaces, Toronto-based photographer O’Connor embarks on a new series exploring her idea of a threshold, a...

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KWE: the Complicated and Fertile Relationship Between Indigeneity, Art, and Colonization

 •  May 24

WE delves into the complicated and fertile relationship between Indigeneity, art, and colonization. Kwe is the Anishinaabe word for woman and is a...

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Portraits: Personality Through Creative Forms of Documentation

 •  May 23

Portraits is a solo exhibition of Wyn Geleynse’s recent multimedia and video work. As part of an ongoing investigation of personality through...

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Gulu Real Art Studio, Passport

 •  May 22

The process of having one’s identity photograph taken is usually considered a mundane yet necessary chore toward obtaining a passport, driver’s...

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Arctic Exposure: Photographs of Canada’s North

 •  May 21

Canadian identity is strongly tied to the North, yet impressions of this vast, remote, and desolate place have largely been formed through the...

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