Turning our lens documentary photography, writers explore the stories of non-fiction that are told within a single frame.
(Pictured: Wall Street  by Paul Strand)
Deanna Bowen's installationBlack Drones in the Hive reveals Canada's racist past.
Toronto's second Photo Laureate Michèle Pearson Clarke captures the art of Black queer grief in a photographic installation.
The photography of Phil Bergerson observes Americana through a social realist lens, with stark poetry and sobriety.
Sunil Gupta's photography documents queer life in Montreal with poetry and pride.
Joannie Lafrenière captures Hungarian-Canadian photographer Gabor Szilasi with an appropriately curious eye.
Celebrating Uvagut TV, the all-Inuktut station marks the first television station in Canada to broadcast entirely in an Indigenous language.
A look back at three pioneering photographer-filmmakers: Paul Strand, Helen Levitt, and Gordon Parks and their contribution to documentary.
Can the adaptations forced by the COVID-19 pandemic inspire festivals to reimagine the relationship between artistic programming and public space?
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
Don Dixon discusses his 'Canadian Icons' portrait series of which our cover shot of Robbie Robertson for issue #111 is now a part.