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Framing Identity

By Susan Close

Framing Identity defines photography as social practice and examines how women moved beyond making pictorial images to using photography as a form of speech to represent social issues. Key concepts and practices drawn from cultural analysis and issues related to identity, gender, ... Read more

The Nature of Nature

Photographs by Thaddeus Holownia
Text by Sarah Fillmore & Peter Sanger
Introduction by David Diviney

The Nature of Nature celebrates 40 years of production from one of Canada’s leading photographers. Firmly located within the North American documentary genre, Holownia’s unique practice, using predominantly analogue technologies, merges high craft with prolonged inquiry. ... Read more

Vancouver Noir

By John Belshaw & Diane Purvey

'Vancouver Noir' looks at the period from the 1930s to the 1960s, an era in which there was intensified concern with order, conformity, structure, and restrictions. These are visions of the city, both of what it was and what some of its citizens hoped it would either become, ... Read more