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  • Kim Fullerton has worked in the arts and women’s organizations for the past 15 years and was the program coordinator at the Toronto Photographers Workshop. Working primarily in...
  • The Bed of Roses exhibition evolved from a workshop known as the Women’s Sexual Imagery Project. The idea for the workshop began when a number of women who were active in the...
  • Terry Costantino graduated in 1988 from Ryerson Polytechnical institute in media studies. She has worked for Photo Communique magazine and was a program coordinator at Gallery 44...
  • Irene Grainger was one of the first Photo Editors of NOW magazine since it began in 1981. Irene has also worked as an independent dancer, choreographer and photographer. She...
  • Susie King opened XOX, a Toronto store devoted to esoteric/international artists’ postcards, and ran it for eight years, until 1987. Her own photographic work has been exhibited...
  • Nina Levitt has been active in the photographic community as both an artist and arts administrator. She graduated from the University of Illinois with an MFA in 1997. Levitt has...
  • Cyndra MacDowall is a photographer and a writer. Since 1987 her work has been exhibited throughout North America and in the U.K. She has received numerous grants and awards from...
  • Carol Anna McBride has worked in the film industry and has produced and directed two short films: Waterfront, on which she also acted as cinematographer, and Wetworks, which...
  • Sinus pudoris/le voile de la honte/curtain of shame is a series of installation pieces that re-repesent in a tangible fashion how certain women have been perceived in the form of...
  • Barbara Balfour is an interdisciplinary and print media artist/curator who has exhibited her works nationally and internationally. She is a professor at York University. Her...
  • Ron Martin’s Recent Paintings is an exhibition of paintings from 1987-1988. These provide the opportunity to measure the artist’s development against the survey of his paintings...
  • Ron Martin lives in Toronto and exhibits regularly at the Carmen Lamanna Gallery.
  • One of Michael Smith’s premises as a painter is that there cannot be an explanation with words for his work. A description and interpretation of painting, by the written or spoken...
  • Michael Smith was born in Derby, England in 1951; studied painting at Falmouth College of Art in Cornwall, England in 1971-1974; arrived in Canada in 1978; received an MFA from...
  • Jack Burman was born in Hamilton in 1949. In 2010, the Magenta Foundation published the first collection from his years of research, The Dead. His photographs have been exhibited...
  • Jake Peters is a photographer who has exhibited his works across Canada.
  • Barrie Jones received his BFA from the University of British Columbia, and later received MFA from York University. His works have been exhibited in Ontario, Vancouver, and in...
  • Doreen Dotto graduated from the Fine Arts Department at Concordia University with an MFA and received an AOCA from Toronto’s Ontario College of Art and Design. Dotto specializes...
  • Pictures of People investigates current creative directions in representations of people as practiced by photographers Jack Burman, Doreen Dotto, Barrie Jones, and Jake Peters....
  • There’s Something I’ve Been Meaning to Tell You presents Nigro’s new photo-works involving large-format back-lit transparency studies of the human figure. These pictures are...

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