GUY VADAS (Pottery Boy)
Isolated Houses | John Divola
Even in what could be considered a harrowing exhibition, Divola uses his lens to capture the unsung beauty that exists in the world.
The Way Back | Bruce Davidson
Speaking on his work, Paul Roth, director of The Image Centre at Toronto Metropolitan University, says, "[Davidson’s] work is characterized by detailed observation revealing the complexities of distinct individuals, their beliefs, the communities where they live, and the subcultures they belong to.”
Numbers and Trees: The Arizona Watercolors | Charles Gaines
Charles Gaines is a man who loves his trees. Since the 1970s, it seems the conceptual artist can’t get enough of them, bending and warping our perception of perhaps one of the earth’s most mundane natural objects.
Endless Forms Most Beautiful | Janelle Lynch
It’s a popular narrative that the ocean is one of the scariest places on planet Earth.
Iiu Susiraja: A style called a dead fish
Susiraja, partly clothed, faces away from the camera as she lies on her side in “Pinwheel (2019).”
Signals: How Video Transformed the World | MoMA
Signals: How Video Transformed the World at the Museum of Modern Art in New York primarily focuses on videography.
HOWL | Doug Aitken
The iconic facades of the American West bring about certain motifs and feelings within our psyche.
Kyle Meyer | Interwoven
In June, resilient stories of some of the world’s most prominent LGBTQ+ trailblazers come to our forefront.
Sebastião Salgado | Amazonas
Through Sebastião Salgado’s work, we see the richness that exists in societies other than our own.
Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival
The annual Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival, which took over Toronto’s billboards, subway platforms, graffitied walls, and gallery spaces, is slowly winding down after an exciting 27th year.
Things Well Worth Waiting For | Kwame Brathwaite
As you gaze through the frames of Brathwaite’s photography, it is hard not to smile.
Judy Glickman Lauder | Resistance and Rescue: Denmark and The Holocaust
While their stories may be heroic, Lauder’s work behind the lens does a fantastic job of highlighting the everyman nature of these individuals.
Pola Sieverding | Contact Zone
In her first solo exhibition in the United States, German artist Pola Sieverding explores the sense of touch through her show Contact Zone at signs and symbols gallery from May 4 to June 10.
Josh Kline | Project for a New American Century
Viewing the future as a simultaneous dystopian wasteland and opportunity for change, Josh Kline has spent the last 15 years creating multimedia art reflecting the consequences of technological innovation on humanity.
Albarrán Cabrera | Photographic Syntax
Photographic Syntax, the recent exhibition by Albarrán Cabrera at the esteemed Marshall Gallery, on view through July 8th in Santa Monica, California, is a substantial journey into the boundless possibilities of photographic artistry.
Michael Snow | Life Survey (1955-2020)
Michael Snow’s artistic brilliance is celebrated in Life Survey (1955-2020), an exhibition highlighting his career working across various mediums as a painter, photographer, sculptor, musician, author, and filmmaker.
Martine Gutierrez | ANTI-ICON APOKALYPSIS
Gutierrez’s exhibition addresses the patriarchal language that shapes our cultural perceptions and definitions of icons.
Sarah Meyohas holds a BS in Finance, a BA in International Relations and an MFA.
Ari Marcopoulos | Zines
As much as Marcopulous is able to capture specific events at the time, he is also able to take a wider view of the moment.
Who's Who | Staley-Wise Gallery
The word “iconic” has become overused in contemporary society. It’s used passively for such minute instances that its illustrious meaning has unfortunately dwindled.
Loving | The Hugh Nini and Neal Treadwell Collection
Even in more sexual pictures, the small things stand out. Nini and Treadwell are masters at uncovering the fine, telling details and making them apparent to the viewer.
Cara Benedetto | Closer
With big smiles on their face (such as Phoebe Waller-Bridge) or a mouth wide open (like Olivia Colman and Jennifer Coolidge), Benedetto’s subjects can be seen wearing gorgeous dresses while receiving accolades with praise.