As the COVID-19 pandemic brings a new definition of "essential" work, how do photographers continue to document the events and experiences of our daily lives, and how do they do so safely
On the outside of what once was the Spadina Hotel, you can see a larger-than-life portrait of hip-hop queen and actress Mary J. Blige. She’s facing left, proud, her gaze resolutely fixed
Since the creation of the Vancouver and Montreal based studios, interactive works and VR have taken off and the Board has expanded production in new media across the country.
Spotlight on Caroline Monnet, whose work History Shall Speak for Itself puts a mosaic of Indigenous artists, including Alanis Obomsawin, on the walls of TIFF Lightbox during the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.
The weight of Canada’s sesquicentennial is being felt across a range of cultural manifestations and CONTACT, Toronto’s month-long photo festival, is no exception. The 20 primary exhibitions and 17 public installations all