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
Latvian locals living near the border tell me there’s nothing to see there; even when the region was in Latvia, it was mostly populated by ethnic Russians and subject to Russification policies;
The Times of Bill Cunningham director Mark Bozek discusses his process of covering the extensive life and career of fashion photographer Bill Cunningham, combing through the archives, and being played by Bradley
“It’s the eyes,” she said. “We enter into a relationship through the eyes. I have a relationship with this person, and she’s responding to me, and the person viewing the photograph has
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.
Is Raymond Depardon a photographer who is also a filmmaker, or vice versa? The question arises as one contemplates the truly prodigious 60-year output of this enigmatic visual artist, initially a photographer
Love, Cecil shows an eye for beauty that looks beyond glamour as Immordino Vreeland shines a light on some of Beaton’s lesser known work, like his street photography and wartime portraits.
“Documentary? That’s a very sophisticated and misleading word. And not very clear. The term should be documentary style…You see, a document has use, whereas art is really useless.” —Walker Evans (1903-1975) When
The documentation of landscape by photographers is as alluring today as it was at the beginnings of photography, perhaps because the genre offers a comforting niche for soul-searching and exploration of one’s
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