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The Polaroid Project

Toronto. Our friends at WestLicht in Austria announced The Polaroid Project, an exhibition from November 18th this year through February 28, 2018. The press release for the exhibit begins, “Polaroid! The brand has long become a universal myth. The uses … Continue reading

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at home with monsters – AGO exhibit

Toronto. You may have read in the recent PHSC News that the AGO is hosting filmmaker Guillermo del Toro and his cabinet of curiosities. The exhibit is called “At Home with Monsters“. With Halloween fast approaching, this exhibit, which opened in … Continue reading

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Stephen Wilkes Exhibit in Paris

Toronto. Galerie GADCOLLECTION in Paris, France is featuring an exhibition called “Day to Night“. The exhibit runs from October 12 to November 5th. The images in this exhibition are the work of Stephen Wilkes. The following words (edited) are from … Continue reading

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Matthias Olmeta, France – Ambrotypes

Toronto. Gallerie GADCOLLECTION of Paris, France emailed me last Wednesday to announce its fall exhibits. Up first is the Ambrotype series “Letters to my grandchildren” by French photographer Matthias Olmeta. Opening and reception is September 7, 2017. The exhibit will run … Continue reading

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AGO photography prize – public opening Sep 6, 2017

Toronto. Join the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) on September 6th at its AIMIA opening. The event is open from 6 – 9 pm at the AGO downtown (317 Dundas West in Toronto at Beverley). The public can vote on … Continue reading

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Family Cameras at the ROM

Toronto. The ROM sent this news release out early this month,” [The ROM exhibition is called]  The Family Camera!  We hope you are looking forward to seeing the exhibition. “It features over 200 objects, mostly photographs and stories collected through The Family … Continue reading

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Helios Taranteau Exhibit

Toronto.  Chris McCallan sent me an email a few weeks back on April 12th that he was planning an exhibit of photographs here in Toronto featuring himself and other local photographers. PHSC member Harold Staats sent me a followup email … Continue reading

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PHSC News pdf For December 2016

Toronto. Editor David Bridge has done a tasty issue for Christmas using the new layout and help from Assistant Editor Sonja Pushchak. This issue shows a photograph of ‘Window Dressing’ from the Toronto Archives Fonds of William James, a prominent … Continue reading

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Mirrors with Memory: Daguerreotypes from Library and Archives Canada

Toronto. Editor Bob Lansdale sent me a note recently announcing an interesting exhibit taking place in Ottawa this fall and winter at the National Gallery. The National Gallery has an arrangement to exhibit holdings of the Library and Archives Canada. … Continue reading

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Photos by Harry Joy coming the St Lawrence Market, Toronto

Toronto, January 24, 2015. We are delighted to hear that 97 year old PHSC member Harry Joy will have his photographs featured in an exhibit at Toronto’s historic St Lawrence Market. Opening at the St Lawrence Market Art Gallery on January … Continue reading

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