September 5, 2017 [originally published in CV92 in Fall 2012] — Stephen Bulger studied at Ryerson University in Toronto. He was the founding director of the Ryerson Gallery, where he managed over thirty exhibitions. in 1994, he opened the Stephen Bulger gallery to exhibit and sell contemporary and historical photographs, with a special emphasis on the documentary tradition and Canadian historical photographs.
[Fall 2012] Des essais Mutations, perspectives sur la photographie / Perspectives on Photography (Paris Photo, Steidl, France / Allemagne, sous la direction de / edited by Chantal Pontbriand, 2012, 414 p., fr. / angl.) a été publié à l’occasion de la foire Paris Photo et constitue un ouvrage de premier plan sur l’évolution et l’état […]
September 7, 2017 [originally published in CV92 in Fall 2012] — On the one hand, there are the snaps by career civil servant Warren Langford who, in 1963, unaccountably found himself part of domestic and overseas military-civilian familiarization tours of Cold War hot spots.1 On the other hand, there are his daughter Martha, an authority in the scholarly study of vernacular photography, and son John, a political scientist whose expertise includes public sector ethics…