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Michel Huneault's documentary project, Post Tohoku, records the effects of the 2011 earthquake in Japan on collective and individual memory. more

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Photographer Ross C. Kelly takes repeated images of cityscapes over a period of time in order to create collages. more

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A snapshot in the life of Hiroshi Morita: nuclear bomb survivor, Canadian interment camp inhabitant and prolific photographer of Toronto. more

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George Webber visits and photographs the largest independent adult video store in Calgary. more

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A look at the notable seance photography of Dr. T. Glen Hamilton. more

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The photographer’s darkroom, with its iconic red light, has long been favoured by makers of thrillers and mystery movies. more

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

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

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

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

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

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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

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Pictoral postcards were authorized by the Canadian post office in 1903, and the next 25 years became known to postcard collectors as the Golden Age. more

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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

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"No time to put on make-up, comb hair, look into a mirror." Ian Paterson on the idea of home. more

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

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Creative inspiration and the meaning of art can be found anywhere—often by accident. more

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The woman in the fur coat and the photographer of this image are engaged in nearly the same act. How can we judge one without judging the other? To judge the woman, we would have to know what she is filming. I am tempted to think that a violent act i more

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A photo recently exhibited as a part of George Webber: Portrait at the Art Gallery of Calgary. more

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