Tag Archives: Exhibition

Spiess at Bulger this April

Toronto. The late Karl Spiess of Germany took many photographs in war torn Europe during the second world war (WW2). Newz4u.ca recently announced that the Stephen Bulger Gallery here in Toronto in a recent article would feature his photographs. The … Continue reading

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The earliest days of American photography

Toronto. Thanks to my good friend and co-founder of the PHSC, John Linsky, for emailing me about this NY Times article on the Getty exhibition of early American photography by Rena Silverman. I did a post about the Getty exhibition … Continue reading

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Kyriakos Kaziras photographic exhibition

Toronto. GADcollection in Paris France is hosting an exhibition of photographs taken by Kyriakos Kaziras in the Big Apple. The exhibition runs from this March 15 to April 15. You can buy one or more of these dramatic photographs even … Continue reading

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Avard Woolaver, photographer

Toronto. Avard Woolaver grew up in Hants county, Nova Scotia, home of many of my ancestors on my mother’s father’s side. Avard is a photographer, author, and a Ryerson grad. He mounted an exhibition in room 310 at the Ryerson … Continue reading

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Gilbert Garcin “Life is a Theatre” Exhibition

Toronto. My friends in the AnzenbergerGallery, Absberggasse 27, Vienna, Austria emailed me on Thursday that the exhibition of works by Gilbert Garcin opens February 15, 2018 at 7 pm and goes from February 16 to May 19, 2018. “When talking about his photographs, Gilbert Garcin … Continue reading

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Deanna Pizzitelli exhibition at Stephen Bulger Gallery

Toronto. Member Stephen Bulger will host emerging Canadian artist Deanna Pizzitelli at his Toronto gallery. The exhibit begins November 25, 2017 and is open until January 13, 2018. This message introduces the artist and cautions the reader about the unique … Continue reading

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The Tree Planters at Stephen Bulger Gallery

Toronto. Stephen Bulger, long a force in this city, announced the latest exhibit at his gallery. The announcement states, “The Stephen Bulger Gallery is pleased to present ‘The Tree Planters’, our first solo exhibition of work by Canadian artist Rita … Continue reading

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Larry Towell – Union Station

Toronto. The Stephen Bulger Galleries invite you to see the Union Station series by Larry Towell. Exhibition Dates: September 9 – October 14, 2017 Opening Reception: Saturday, September 9, 2-5pm “The Stephen Bulger Gallery is pleased to present ‘Union Station’ … Continue reading

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Hartman at the Art Gallery of Hamilton

Toronto. Stephen Bulger sent me an email yesterday announcing the exhibition “The Artist’s Studio”  by Canadian Artist Joseph Hartman at the AGH. Exhibition Dates: June 17 – Dec 31, 2017 (For ticket information click here) Opening Reception: Tuesday, June 27th, … Continue reading

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Family Focus at the Archives of Toronto

Toronto. David Tyler of the Archives of Ontario invites the PHSC members to join him on the inaugural day of the new exhibit of family portraits. David writes, “The Archives of Ontario invites you to attend the reception and opening … Continue reading

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