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  • MaryAnn Camilleri - Portrait

    MaryAnn Camilleri, The Magenta Foundation – Jill Glessing

    November 12, 2018 [originally published in CV98 in Fall 2014] — MaryAnn Camilleri is the executive director of the Magenta Foundation. After completing her BA in photographic arts at Ryerson University, Toronto­ born Camilleri moved to New York, where she worked at Magnum Photo for ten years. In 2003, she returned to Toronto and, with the goal of publishing high­-quality art books and promoting Canadian photographic artists, she started up Carte Blanche

  • Ciel variable 97 - PORTRAIT GALLERY

    Ciel variable 97 – PORTRAIT GALLERY

    November 7, 2018 [originally published in Spring 2014] — The complete content of CV97 is now available online including porfolios of Pierre Gonnord, Christian Tagliavini and Gabriel Coutu-Dumont, essays about Family of Man | New Topographics, The Quebec Photobook and Tacita Dean, an interview with Martha Langford as well as several recent exhibition and publication reviews.

  • Pierre Gonnord, Julia, 2011, de la série / from the series Lusitania, image numérique sur papier Hahnemüle / digital image on Hahnemüle paper, 148 x 110 cm

    Pierre Gonnord, Portraits – Pierre Rannou, The Intensity of the Gaze

    November 5, 2018 [originally published in CV97 in Spring 2014] — Pierre Gonnord’s photographic portraits are fascinating for the experience that they offer us. The models gaze straight at the photographer’s lens, and we are taken aback: we feel like they are staring at us…

  • Christian Tagliavini, 1503 | Dame di cartone – Johanna Mizgala, Mannerism, Medici, and Madmen: Christian Tagliavini’s Photographic Mise-en-scène

    November 2, 2018 [originally published in CV97 in Spring 2014] — Portraits are deceptively alluring: we are immediately attracted to admiring the faces of others. As we are drawn under their spell, the images reveal themselves to be carefully crafted manifestations that must be decoded to be fully understood…

  • Gabriel Coutu-Dumont, The Way of the Willows – Claire Moeder, A New Wrinkle in Portraiture

    October 29, 2018 [originally published in CV97 in Spring 2014] — In Glasgow, the artist Gabriel Coutu-Dumont set up a minimal photography studio on Sauchiehall Street, a street frequented by the city’s night owls. For several nights, he drew these passersby away from the tumult of the street and asked them to pose in front of an analog camera for a twenty-minute session. The result was The Way of the Willows, a gallery of eighty anachronistic ...

  • Family of Man, 1994, vue de lʼexposition / exhibition view, Château de Clervaux, Luxembourg, photo : Romain Girtgen, CNA

    Family of Man | New Topographics, Audacity by Proxy : The Reiteration of Exhibitions – Bénédicte Ramade

    October 24, 2018 [originally published in CV97 in Spring 2014] — The two last decades have seen the growth of a complex phenomenon: exhibition reproductions. A reprise produced as the inclusion of a “period room” doesn’t have the same effects as a complete restaging of a famous precedent in twentieth-century art history…

  • The Quebec Photobook, Thoughts on a History to Be Uncovered – Alexis Desgagnés

    October 22, 2018 [originally published in CV97 in Spring 2014] — I discovered Marcel Cognac by chance – a chance presented to those who know how to wait for it, to those who want to understand something about their culture and their country. When I came across a copy of his book Visages du Québec, published in 1964, with text by Jean-Charles Harvey…

  • Laeïla Adjovi et Loïc Hoquet, Malaïka Dotou Sankofa #4, 2016. Série récompensée en mai 2018 par le Grand prix Léopold Sédar Senghor, lors de la 13e Biennale d’art contemporain de Dakar.

    Dak’Art 2018. Focus sur la photographie – Érika Nimis

    October 19, 2018 — Originally published in French. You can read it by switching over to the French version of this page.

  • JG, 2013, film stills / extraits, 35 mm color and black and white anamorphic film with optical sound, loop / film anamorphique 35 mm en couleur et noir et blanc avec son optique, en boucle, 26 min 30 s, courtesy / permission Tacita Dean, Marian Goodman Gallery / Galerie Marian Goodman, Paris, New York

    Tacita Dean, Out of Time: A Seeing that Touches – Stephen Horne

    October 17, 2018 [originally published in CV97 in Spring 2014] — This was Winnicott’s response to the difficult challenge of reconciling oneself to one’s own temporality, a favoured problem for artists from On Kawara to Ann Hamilton to Tacita Dean. Artists have tended to handle this challenge in one of two ways: through an art practice that cultivates a relationship with the past or, conversely, by exploring new forms of subjectivity…

  • Art Système, 2014, excerpts from a series of thirty-two magazine covers , 28 x 21 cm.

    Vincent Lafrance ART SYSTÈME. Magazine d’art et d’idées – Jacques Doyon

    November 18, 2015 [originally published Winter 2015] — Vincent Lafrance’s work is permeated with the idea of the simulacrum – perception and its faults. Playing with photographic virtuosity and with randomness, he composes visual illusions with traditional photographic means. His body of videographic work uses language as a confusing effect; he produces fictions that fluidly meander between …