Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Photographer’s lens shatters stereotypes around Muslim women

Alia Youssef is using her camera's lens to challenge Canadian views of Muslim women

Breathtaking photographs and films, immersive augmented reality experiences, cutting-edge technology: Anthropocene opens Friday in...

Free with admission to the National Gallery of Canada from September 28, 2018 to February 24, 2019 ... Groundbreaking exhibition explores human impact on the planet through large-scale photographs by Edward Burtynsky

TIFF x Huawei Portrait Studio

Who will show up for their official portrait? There are 300+ films and only 11 days, so only time will tell...

TORONTO’S HOTEL X GIVES A SELF-TAUGHT PHOTOGRAPHER THE ‘GIG OF A LIFETIME’

Nearly 800 shots taken by one person, and specifically commandeered to show natural sites in countries ranging from China to Iceland, South Africa to Bolivia. Unprecedented, as far as hotel commissions go.

NADYA KWANDIBENS HONOURED WITH 2018 ONTARIO ARTS COUNCIL INDIGENOUS ARTS AWARD

This award, created in 2012, celebrates the work of Indigenous artists and arts leaders who have made significant contributions to the arts in Ontario.

THE MOMENT MEGHAN MARKLE RECOGNIZED CANADA’S STAR PHOTOGRAPHER GEORGE PIMENTEL AT ROYAL WEDDING

Canada’s famed celebrity photographer was in the right place at the right time and with his magic touch

Canadian Designer Wins Prestigious Chloé Prize at Hyères International Festival of Fashion and Photography

Marie-Ève Lecavalier’s trippy childhood goals turned a actuality final evening at the 33rd version of the Hyères International Festival of Fashion and Photography.

New exhibition explores how photography from the past impacts photos in the present

The Canadian Photography Institute (CPI) of the National Gallery of Canada presents a new exhibition that explores the evocative juxtaposition of works made more than a century apart.

Vancouver street youth photograph so-called ‘best place on earth’ for exhibit

Two of White’s photos will be on display as part of a new exhibit called Living in the Best Place on Earth.

Farrah Aviva levels a photographic gut punch with ‘The BangBang’

Farrah Aviva is that rare multi-hyphenate artist – actress (UnREAL), portrait photographer, film producer (Welcome to Nowhere) – who’s fully committed to whatever art she happens to be exploring at the time.

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