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  • 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 across Canada, in Mexico and in Poland.
  • 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 received numerous Ontario Arts Council grants and 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 the Canada Council, Ontario Arts Council, Toronto Arts...
  • 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 showed at the Festival of Festivals in 1988. She was an active...
  • 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 partial histories or accounts which focus on a part of the...
  • 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 recent solo exhibits include Soft Spots (Southern Alberta Art...
  • 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 from 1971-1981 exhibited concurrently at the National Gallery...
  • 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 word, is some kind of translation but not an equation....
  • 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 Concordia University in Montreal in 1983. For more...
  • 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 nationally and internationally.
  • 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 China. For more information on Barrie Jones and his works,...
  • 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 in photography and has exhibited her works in Canada and...
  • Pictures of People investigates current creative directions in representations of people as practiced by photographers Jack Burman, Doreen Dotto, Barrie Jones, and Jake Peters. This group show, selected by Ottawa photographer Tony Fouhse,...
  • 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 accompanied by sound tracks. The installations are intended to...
  • Recent photoworks by Hull artist Nicole Doucet involving mediated images and texts. The artist is working with the notion of television as a “databank” of reality –television as a kind of history of our times. The mediated images permit an...
  • Nicole Doucet received a BFA with a specialization in photography from the University of Ottawa in 1988. She has held various positions at the Canada Council.
  • Another Picture I is the first of two exhibitions at Gallery 101 in the autumn of 1990 featuring paintings and works by Ottawa-area artists. Produced in apparently different modes of abstract art, the work of Germaine Koh, Laralouise...
  • Laura-Louise Légaré was born in 1962. She graduated from Queen's University with a BFA and then pursued an MFA at Concordia University.

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