Exposition : Landscape in MotionThe advent of the "Anthropocene period," in which mankind represents the earth’s determining force, has opened a new era in which we can hardly imagine looking at a landscape without the ‘eye’ of the camera.
The first photographs taken from space in the 1960s made the limitations of the Earth’s surface vividly clear, altering how we understand our interaction with land and landscape.
Landscape in Motion explores how our relationship to landscape has changed following pioneering works from the 1960s and how film has played an essential role in this process.
This groundbreaking exhibition includes work by leading international photographers and film artists: Darren Almond, Rosa Barba, James Benning, Ursula Biemann, Lucius Burckhardt, Leo Calice and Gerhard Treml, Center for Land Use I...
Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival
Field of Vision
One of Canada’s premier cultural events, Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival showcases Canadian and international artists and photographers exhibiting at venues throughout Toronto, during the month of May. Now in its 17th year, the Festival includes 10 Primary Exhibitions, 9 Public Installations and 32 Featured Exhibitions, with more than 1,000 artists exhibiting their work at 134 Open Exhibitions across the city.
CONTACT’s 2013 theme “Field of Vision” is explored in the Primary Exhibitions and Public Installations. These presentations reveal a shared interest in photography as a visual paradigm that structures how we imagine scenes, places, and events.
Sebastião Salgado: Genesis
Capturing the majesty of regions not yet touched by the impact of global...
Shake It - Polaroid exhibition at Pump House GalleryFrom the lyrics of OutKast’s pop anthem Hey Ya to clues laid out for the amnesiac protagonist in Christopher Nolan’s film Memento, the Polaroid has had a significant impact on contemporary culture. ‘Shake It: An instant History of the Polaroid’ brings to light some of the more intriguing and innovative examples in the history of the Polaroid photograph, exploring its cultural significance and the diversity of its applications. Besides work by some of the most important artists working with the medium, the show will also include Polaroids from other diverse professions and disciplines such as forensics, archaeology, medicine, filmmaking and fashion, as well as those of amateurs and enthusiasts.
Many of the works in this exhibition have never been shown in the UK before, such as David Hock...
Michael Snow à la galerie Martine AboucayaMichael Snow expose à la galerie Martine Aboucaya jusqu'au 16 décembre 2006.
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Michael Snow à Montréal
Exposition "Windows" de Michael Snow à la galerie de l'UQAM dans le cadre du mois de la photo de Montréal.
Heures d'exposition : du mardi au samedi de 12 h à 18 h
Vernissage le jeudi le 8 septembre de 17 h à 20 h 30, en presence de l'artiste.
Lancement de la publication Michael Snow Solar breath à 17 h 30.
9 septembre - 8 octobre
Mois de la photo à Montréal : http://www.actuphoto.com/page.php?page=pronews/news_complete&id=1774
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