The road to blindness is the central theme of Sokohi (literally, “the depth of shadows”). Taking her father as her subject, Moe Suzuki provides a reflection on what is visible and on the sensory experience of the world. Read Louis Perreault’s review.
In the pages of its magazine as well as on its website, Ciel variable pays a lot of attention to books dedicated to photography and particularly to photobooks. But what distinguishes a photobook from other books about photography? The panelists answer this question by discussing the relevance of these publications in a world where print has not said its last word. Round table discussion (held in French) presented by Ciel Variable at the 2022 Papier Art Fair.
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A new publication has been added to the online section devoted to documentary photography. Read Sophie Bertrand’s interview with photojournalist Adrienne Surprenant.
Coming from the Indigenous culture, voices that were oppressed for a long time are now asserting themselves with strength on the public scene. Here, we present three of these voices: they stand out for their use of photography as a central vehicle of their approach. Together, they offer a renewed vision of Indigenous identity.
The Gabor movie draws a portrait of a photographer whose images still have the power to move us. Read Michel Hardy-Vallée’s review here. In theaters May 27.
Robert Walker explores various manifestations of street art in the neighborhood of Hochelaga-Maisonneuve where he lives. A colorful project in which graffiti and murals compete with superheros and other comic book characters to attest of a vibrant popular culture.
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