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Six Case Studies

For this series devoted to a (more) documentary approach to photography, Ciel variable celebrates the strong work of six artists. These three women and three men may travel long distances or invest countless hours; in the end, it is the human encounter that imbues their reportages.

Pat Kane, de la série Guardians of the North

 

Under Other Skies

Between issues, Ciel variable keeps an eye out for what’s happening here and there – under our sky and other skies. There’s always something happening in the wild and wonderful worlds of photography, image, and other forms of expression! Here, we share some high points of what’s being created and disseminated.

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Evergon et Jean-Jacques Ringuette – Karl-Gilbert Murray

Evergon et Jean-Jacques Ringuette – Karl-Gilbert Murray

December 1, 2020 [originally published in CV107 in Fall 2017] — You can read it by switching over to the French version of this page.

Vide et Vertige – James D. Campbell

Vide et Vertige – James D. Campbell

November 24, 2020 [originally published in CV107 in Fall 2017] — This exhibition of works by Jocelyne Alloucherie, Ivan Binet, and Mathieu Cardin was brilliantly dovetailed in terms of theme – the constructive notion of “vertigo” and the viewer’s experience in space, with an understanding of void as presence rather than absence – and installed with consummate finesse in mortise-and-tenon fashion from floor to floor in all the gallery spaces…

Serge Tousignant – Christian Roy

Serge Tousignant – Christian Roy

November 17, 2020 [originally published in CV107 in Fall 2017] — You can read it by switching over to the French version of this page.

Sara A. Tremblay et Léna Mill-Reuillard – Sylvain Campeau

Sara A. Tremblay et Léna Mill-Reuillard – Sylvain Campeau

November 9, 2020 [originally published in CV107 in Fall 2017] — You can read it by switching over to the French version of this page.

Peter Campus – Michèle Cohen Hadria

Peter Campus – Michèle Cohen Hadria

November 3, 2020 [originally published in CV107 in Fall 2017] — You can read it by switching over to the French version of this page.

CV115 – The March of the World

The works in this special section address dimensions of human activity that have considerable significance in today’s globalized society in view of the role of technology, the use of energy resources, and respect for human rights. These complex works combine multiple voices to reflect ethical issues and their impacts on individuals and communities.
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Ciel variable 115 - THE MARCH OF THE WORLD