[Spring 2000] by Jacques Doyon The city, a constant subject of photography, distills all of the issues of society. It is both centre and periphery, a nucleus made of contradictory and hierarchical strata shooting out roots to invade an ever-broader territory. In this issue, we find images that are concerned not so much with the […]
Portfolios : GEOFFREY JAMES, NICOLE JOLICOEUR, GUY LAFONTAINE.
Focus : Une esthétique de chiffonnier (le photographe itinérant).
Reviews : Angela Grauerholz – Sententia I-LXII and Schriftbilder, Sylvie Readman – Convergences élémentaires, Edmond Couchot – La technologie dans l’art.
Authors : Jacques Doyon, Guy Siou Durand, Nicole Jolicoeur, Suzie Larivée, Gary Michael Dault, Mona Hakim, Christine Desrochers.
[Spring 2000] This article was originally published only in French. No translation is available. Summary A double artistic meaning is superimposed on the notion of landscape: invented images and real cultural territories. Adopting horizontality as a visual point of reference, Civilisation by Quebecer Ivan Binet and Cold City Frieze by Iroquois Jeffrey Thomas wander nomadically […]
[Spring 2000] This article was originally published only in French. You can read it by switching over to the French version of this page. Summary The Lethbridge Project looks at both the city and nature, and at their transformations. Geoffrey James evokes the way in which landscape, whether in the heart of the city or […]
[Spring 2000] This article was originally published only in French. You can read it by switching over to the French version of this page. Summary Since 1995, Guy Lafontaine has been working on a series of photographs examining transitional zones on the border of residential and industrial districts, mainly in neighbourhoods on the outskirts of […]
[Spring 2000] by Gary Michael Dault Power Plant, Toronto from December 11, 1999, to February 20, 2000. Given the scope and ambition of the two photo-works that Angela Grauerholz presented recently at Toronto’s Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery (which extend the inventiveness of her photo-installations for Documenta IX and the 1995 Carnegie International), it is […]