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Physical Attraction

Individual photographs of couples are superimposed to merge two partners into one person. more »

Apr 29, 2014 Photography

Post-Apocalympic

Shots of abandoned Olympic sites–decaying sports arenas and decrepit swimming pools. more »

Apr 15, 2014 Photography

After Maggs

Arnaud Maggs specialized in portrait-style photography, which captured the subject in numerous profile and frontal views. more »

Jul 17, 2013 Photography (1 Comments)

Hunting Lodge

The Hunting Lodge is one of a series of annual photography events. more »

Apr 17, 2013 , , Photography

I AM HERE

The self-focussed approach of social media is channelled into the vintage correspondence of "Wish You Were Here." more »

Feb 5, 2013 Photography

Hub to the North

Poet Billeh Nickerson found a photo by Victor Post, official photographer for the government of Alberta, for 50 cents in a thrift store. more »

Aug 25, 2012 Photography

Wireless

Libby Simon remembers the old wooden floor radio that brought Papa news of the war announced by the Voice of Doom. more »

Jun 25, 2012 Photography (1 Comments)

Instrumentation

In his series of photographs entitled Disassembly, Todd McLellan creates portraits of discarded technology by taking apart used devices and meticulously laying them out, or dropping them from the ceiling. more »

Dec 8, 2011 , Photography

Remaking the Riot

Mandelbrot describes the photographic reimagining of the Gastown Riot, entitled Abbott & Cordova, 1971, by Vancouver photographer and visual artist Stan Douglas. more »

Dec 1, 2011 Photography

Unit A, Ninth Floor

In his photograph, Unit A, Ninth Floor, George Webber captures the last haunt of Diane Arbus, one of the most influential photographers of the 20th Century. more »

Sep 22, 2011 Photography (4 Comments)

The Art of Slow Photography

Modern photography is steeped in the instantaneous: exposures are so brief that the unassisted eye in the same interval (less than half a second) would see nothing. The modern photograph always shows us what we have never seen before, hence its etern more »

Jul 26, 2011 Photography

Pictures on Postcards

Pictures on postcards were authorized by the Canadian post office in 1903 (postcards without pictures had been around since 1871), and over the next twenty-five years—a period known to postcard collectors as the Golden Age—postcards became exceedingly popular as vacation souvenirs, and the images they bore became a preferred way of confirming one’s arrival at exotic destinations. more »

Feb 8, 2011 Photography

Collecting

Since June 2010, Brian Howell has been photographing shopping carts in Vancouver used by street vendors engaged in scavenging, recycling and related economic activity. more »

Dec 13, 2010 Photography

Close Your Eyes and Think of Home: Portraits

I had just been back to Canada to help my mother move from our old house, the house that I was born in, and that I had called home for almost fifty years. For weeks my dreams had been filled with images of my home, that faraway place I left long ago. more »

Dec 1, 2010 Photography

Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas in his studio

Exclusive photos of the artist hard at work on RED: A Haida Manga more »

Sep 20, 2010 Photography

It's 8:23 in New York

I can’t imag­ine Manhattan with­out those two tow­ers loom­ing over the south end. more »

Jul 12, 2010 Photography

Land's End

The resource towns along the west coast of Canada— those that have survived, and those that haven't— tell a story of land's end, as a place and as a possibility. more »

Jun 14, 2010 Photography

Fighting Season

In Afghanistan there is a fifth season that begins in spring, continues through summer and fall, then ebbs in winter: it's called the fighting season. more »

Jun 7, 2010 Photography

Memory Arranger

Who compiled the found photo album of women who worked together at the potato chip factory in the 1940s? The answer is in the images, but you have to know where to look. more »

Jun 7, 2010 Photography

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