Friday, September 30, 2011

Watch an interview with Gallery Artist Fausta Facciponte on Artsync Tonight

ArtSync will be airing their interview with Fausta Facciponte tonight at 7:30pm on Rogers channel 10. If you are unable to catch the episode when it airs, you can see this interview and past interviews at www.vimeo.com/artsync.

American Girl in Italy Article in Lifestyler Magazine

"American Girl in Toronto
Ruth Orkin's iconic photograph celebrates its 60th year

This past August marked the 60th anniversary of the famous photograph “American Girl in Italy,” taken by American photojournalist and filmmaker Ruth Orkin...." - Lifestyler Magazine

To read full article: www.lifestylermag.com/ruth_orkin

Ruth Orkin Artist page: www.bulgergallery.com/dynamic/fr_artist.asp?ArtistID=111

Thursday, September 29, 2011

FREE SATURDAY SCREENINGS at CAMERA

October 1, 3:00 PM

LIKE WATER FOR CHOCOLATE

Dir. Alfonso Arau (Mexico: 1992), 105 min. The youngest of three daughters, Tita finds love with Pedro, but is forbidden to marry him by her mother. Since her older sister is not yet married, it would break tradition for Tita to wed first. Additionally, Tita’s mother imposes the role of care giver as she ages. Pedro accepts a proposition to marry Tita’s older sister, and the collected family lives under one roof. All the while Tita discovers that her cooking has some magical powers. Based on a renowned novel by Laura Esquival.

Reminder! Colourgenics 2011 Technology Showcase Opening Tomorrow Night!

Colourgenics Technology Showcase will have its opening reception tomorrow night from 5pm - 9pm. The exhibition will have work by gallery artist Anthony Koutras. The exhibition will showcase examples of printing, mounting and framing options created at Colourgenics.

Details
Colourgenics Technology Showcase
Opening Reception - September 29th, 5pm - 9pm
ix gallery
Autumn 2011

For more information: www.ixgallery.ca/exhibit.html

Anthony Koutras Artist Page: www.bulgergallery.com/dynamic/fr_artist.asp?ArtistID=81

Sunday, September 25, 2011

Gallery Artist Vincenzo Pietropaolo Exhibition "I See What You Mean"

I See What You Mean is an interactive project. The public is invited to internationally acclaimed documentary photographer Vincenzo Pietropaolo's most recent series, Invisible No More. Commissioned by the Canadian Association of Community Living, Invisible No More is a series of portraits of Canadians of all ages and walks of life from every part of the country with intellectual disabilities.

Details

I See What You Mean
Carlton Cinema
October 1st - October 30th

For more information: www.abilitiesartsfestival.org/schedule/2011photo.html

Vincenzo Pietropaolo Artist Page: www.bulgergallery.com/dynamic/fr_artist.asp?ArtistID=62

Saturday, September 24, 2011

Gallery Artist Jim Goldberg in Group Exhibition "Face Of Our Time"

This group exhibition at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art includes the work of 5 photographers who share an interest in making pictures that capture what the world looks like. Goldberg focuses on giving a voice to the experiences of refugees in socially and economically devastated African countries. This exhibition will be on display until October 16th, 2011.

Details
Face Of Our Time
July 2 - October 16
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

For more information: www.sfmoma.org/exhib_events/exhibitions/429

Video about Goldberg's Documentary Practice: www.youtube.com/watch?v=BzDbugn4XDw&feature=youtu.be

Jim Goldberg Artist Page: www.bulgergallery.com/dynamic/fr_artist.asp?ArtistID=74

REMINDER! FREE SATURDAY SCREENINGS at CAMERA

September 24, 3:00 PM

THE ICICLE THIEF

Dir. Maurizio Nichetti (Italy: 1990), 90 min. The director, played by Maurizio Nichetti himself, is invited to a TV studio to introduce his best known film, “Ladri di saponette,” a pun on the neo realist film by De Sica, “The Bicycle Thief”. Once the film starts, the situation deteriorates into horror for the director. His black and white tale of the hardships of poverty is constantly interrupted by loud and vulgar blasts of colour commercial advertisements. These gradually take over the screening to the dismay of the director and the apathy of the audience.

Friday, September 23, 2011

Join Gallery 44 for a Fundraising Event to Benefit Their Educational Programs

Gallery 44 will be having a fundraising dinner to benefit gallery 44’s education programs on November 6th, 2011. The event will feature Special Guest Arnaud Maggs in conversation with Michael Mitchell.

A donation of $250.00 includes dinner and cocktails, a photographic surprise and the opportunity to mingle with artists, gallery owners, curators, business leaders and other patrons passionate about photography.

Details
Sunday, November 6th, 2011
5:30 cocktails – 6:30 dinner
Scaramouche Restaurant – One Benvenuto Place, Toronto

A charitable tax donation will be issued for a portion of the donation

Please RSVP by October 21st to Lise Beaudry, Director, gallery 44 at (416) 979-3941 or lise@gallery44.org

Gallery Artist Josef Hoflehner exhibition opening in Austria

Hoflehner's latest exhibition will be at Atelier Jungwirth in Austria. The exhibition will start October 4th, 2011 and continue until January 14, 2012.

For more information: www.atelierjungwirth.com/index.php?lang=2&idcatside=484

Article related to exhibition: http://austriantimes.at/news/Panorama/2011-09-15/36251/Josef_Hoflehner_%96_Master_of_Contour_and_Contrast

Josef Hoflehner Artist Page: www.bulgergallery.com/dynamic/fr_artist.asp?ArtistID=122

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Gallery Artist Sarah Anne Johnson Talk at TIFF Bell Lightbox this Saturday

Sarah Anne Johnson will be part of the panel discussion this Saturday, September 24th at the TIFF Bell Lightbox for the Canadian Gallery Hop 2011. The talk will be from 11:00am - 12:30pm. The panel will consist of Canadian Art editor Richard Rhodes, Sarah Anne Johnson and the 2 other artists included are Jed Lind and An Te Liu.

For more information: http://galleryhop.canadianart.ca/gallery-hop-day/panel-and-gallery-talks/

Sarah Anne Johnson Artist Page: www.bulgergallery.com/dynamic/fr_artist.asp?ArtistID=72

FREE SATURDAY SCREENINGS at CAMERA

September 24, 3:00 PM

THE ICICLE THIEF

Dir. Maurizio Nichetti (Italy: 1990), 90 min. The director, played by Maurizio Nichetti himself, is invited to a TV studio to introduce his best known film, “Ladri di saponette,” a pun on the neo realist film by De Sica, “The Bicycle Thief”. Once the film starts, the situation deteriorates into horror for the director. His black and white tale of the hardships of poverty is constantly interrupted by loud and vulgar blasts of colour commercial advertisements. These gradually take over the screening to the dismay of the director and the apathy of the audience.

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb Artist Lecture at Radius Books

This Friday, September 23rd from 5:30-7:00pm, Radius Books publisher David Chickey will join photographers Alex Webb & Rebecca Norris Webb in a lecture and discussion at the Radius Books offices. The photographers will talk about their work and the bookmaking process. This event is free and open to the public.

Radius Books is located at 227 East Palace Avenue, Suite W, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87501.

For more information: http://us1.campaign-archive2.com/?u=05a3803fb4f1b287efd5d13c6&id=c0d50dff3d&e=[UNIQID]

Alex Webb Artist Page: www.bulgergallery.com/dynamic/fr_artist.asp?ArtistID=103

Robert Bourdeau article in the Ottawa Citizen

New book, Order of Canada pay homage to Ottawa photographer Robert Bourdeau

Robert Bourdeau has spent much of his life seeking “the station point” — that magical place where the globe-trotting Ottawa photographer places his camera to capture exactly the right image...."- Paul Gessell, Ottawa Citizen

To read full article: www.ottawacitizen.com/entertainment/book+Order+Canada+homage+Ottawa+photographer+Robert+Bourdeau/5396310/story.html

Robert Bourdeau Artist Page: www.bulgergallery.com/dynamic/fr_artist.asp?ArtistID=119

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Sunil Gupta Book Launch in New York

Please join Prestel Publishing, Sepia EYE, Vadehra Art Gallery and The Department of Photography and Imaging at The Tisch School of the Arts, New York University in celebrating the publication of photographer Sunil Gupta’s Queer on September 20 2011, 6-7:30pm.

For more information: click here

Kindly RSVP to: info@sepiaeye.com

Reminder! The Wedding Collection Opening Today!

Exhibition Dates: September 18 - 20, 2011
Opening Reception: Sunday, September 18th, 3 - 6pm
Hours: Sunday, 12-6pm; Monday, 10am-6pm; Tuesday, 10am - 6pm

YOU’RE INVITED!

In celebration of The Wedding Co.’s 10th anniversary Catherine Lash and Stephen Bulger will be displaying a selection of wedding photographs from their collection. The photographs, which were made over an approximate 140 year period, have been collected throughout the past 15 years.

Initially interested in building a collection of authentic wedding photographs in a variety of early photographic processes, the collection has grown to approximately 250 individual items. Each is exemplary of different approaches to photographing and methods of printing. They also provide an illustrated history of fashion and offer insight into various wedding traditions and rituals. The collection is predominantly North American and European in content, but more recently has been expanding into a more global search for new photographs to acquire.

Stephen and Catherine are grateful to all of the sources for the photographs they have had the pleasure to acquire either by purchase or through gifts. They are especially grateful to Robyn Zolnai for her enthusiastic diligence in cataloguing the collection to this point.

Please join us at the opening reception on Sunday, September 18th, 3 - 6pm, featuring The Tintype Studio. Have your portrait taken and experience a chapter in the history of photography.

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Gallery Artist Cynthia Greig in Group Exhibition Nothing To Say

Nothing to Say is a group exhibition examining nothingness, less and emptiness. It takes place at the UM School of Art & Design in Ann Arbor, MI. The exhibition will run from September 9th until October 7th.

For more information: http://art-design.umich.edu/exhibitions/slusser

Cynthia Greig Artist page: www.bulgergallery.com/dynamic/fr_artist.asp?ArtistID=105

REMINDER! FREE SATURDAY SCREENINGS at CAMERA

September 17, 3:00pm

WHALE RIDER

Dir. Niki Caro (New Zealand: 2002), 101 min. This film is about Paikea Apirana, a 12 year old girl in living on the east coast of New Zealand. Her twin brother dies at birth leaving her that only living child in the line of succession for the Whangara people. Traditionally the new chief is the first born male, therefore Paikea’s grandfather Koro will not allow her to become chief. Although Paikea loves her grandfather she must fight for what she feels is her destiny.

The film premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2002. Actress Keisha Castle-Hughes was nominated at the 2004 Academy Awards for Best Actress making her the youngest person to be nominated in that category at the age of 13.

Friday, September 16, 2011

The Wedding Collection Opening Sunday!

Exhibition Dates: September 18 - 20, 2011
Opening Reception: Sunday, September 18th, 3 - 6pm
Hours: Sunday, 12-6pm; Monday, 10am-6pm; Tuesday, 10am - 6pm

YOU’RE INVITED!

In celebration of The Wedding Co.’s 10th anniversary Catherine Lash and Stephen Bulger will be displaying a selection of wedding photographs from their collection. The photographs, which were made over an approximate 140 year period, have been collected throughout the past 15 years.

Initially interested in building a collection of authentic wedding photographs in a variety of early photographic processes, the collection has grown to approximately 250 individual items. Each is exemplary of different approaches to photographing and methods of printing. They also provide an illustrated history of fashion and offer insight into various wedding traditions and rituals. The collection is predominantly North American and European in content, but more recently has been expanding into a more global search for new photographs to acquire.

Stephen and Catherine are grateful to all of the sources for the photographs they have had the pleasure to acquire either by purchase or through gifts. They are especially grateful to Robyn Zolnai for her enthusiastic diligence in cataloguing the collection to this point.

Please join us at the opening reception on Sunday, September 18th, 3 - 6pm, featuring The Tintype Studio. Have your portrait taken and experience a chapter in the history of photography.


Gallery Artist Dona Schwartz shortlisted for Taylor Wessing prize

Dona Schwartz, along with 4 other artists, have been shortlisted for the Taylor Wessing prize.

The 5 images will be included in an exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery between November 10th and February 12th. The winner of the award will be announced on November 8th and receive £12,000.

Article on BBC news: www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-14929248

Article on Britsh Journal of Photography: www.bjp-online.com/british-journal-of-photography/news/2109341/shortlist-unveiled-taylor-wessing-photographic-portrait-prize-2011

Dona Schwartz Artist Page: www.bulgergallery.com/dynamic/fr_artist.asp?ArtistID=94

FREE SATURDAY SCREENINGS at CAMERA

September 17, 3:00pm

WHALE RIDER

Dir. Niki Caro (New Zealand: 2002), 101 min. This film is about Paikea Apirana, a 12 year old girl in living on the east coast of New Zealand. Her twin brother dies at birth leaving her that only living child in the line of succession for the Whangara people. Traditionally the new chief is the first born male, therefore Paikea’s grandfather Koro will not allow her to become chief. Although Paikea loves her grandfather she must fight for what she feels is her destiny.

The film premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2002. Actress Keisha Castle-Hughes was nominated at the 2004 Academy Awards for Best Actress making her the youngest person to be nominated in that category at the age of 13.

Thursday, September 15, 2011

FINDING YOUR VISION: A Workshop with Alex Webb & Rebecca Norris Webb

Dates & Time: Friday, December 2, 2011, 7 - 8:30 pm Slide Presentation. Workshop participants are welcome to bring one guest; Saturday, December 3, 2011, 10 am – 6 pm. Workshop participants only.

Location: Stephen Bulger Gallery, 1026 Queen Street West, Toronto, On, M6J 1H6, 416-504-0575

Price: $250.00 CDN + HST

Class limit: 20

Registration Details: Please contact Natalie Spagnol, Director of Operations, at natalie@bulgergallery.com or 416.504.0575


Bombay, India, 1981 © Alex Webb / Magnum Photos


Through group portfolio reviews, discussions, presentations, an editing exercise, and a gallery talk, this two-day intensive workshop will help photographers begin to understand their own distinct way of seeing the world and help to figure out their next step photographically.

This is a workshop for serious amateurs and professionals alike. The workshop will begin with a slide presentation of Alex and Rebecca’s work on Friday evening at the Stephen Bulger Gallery. The next morning will begin with the reviews of each photographer's work, serving as a jumping off point for a larger discussion about various photographic issues. Alex and Rebecca are a creative team who often edit projects and books together, including their book and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, exhibition, "Violet Isle: A Duet of Photographs from Cuba." They will explore a series of topics, including the process of photographing spontaneously and intuitively; how to photograph in cultures other than one's own; how to edit photographs intuitively; the practical realities of the magazine and art worlds; the emotional and psychological implications of working in color vs. black and white; the difference between images in a book and images on the wall; and how long-term projects can evolve into books and exhibitions. Participants should be prepared to ask questions, as these concerns will help shape the ultimate direction of the workshop.

What to Bring to the Workshop:

For the Saturday group portfolio review, which will introduce everyone and touch on larger photographic issues that may pertain to others in the workshop as well, participants should bring about 30 - 40 prints (Please bring prints, NOT digital files). The prints do not have to be fine art prints; they can be small, inexpensive work prints, such as inkjet prints. The main focus is the image, NOT the quality of the print. Those working in a series of photographs should bring a selection of photographs from two or three series, or an excerpt from a long-term project, which participants are welcome to sequence. We are interested in each participant’s individual vision, rather than whether he or she can work professionally or not. So bring your personal project or projects –– the work that represents your passions, your obsessions –– not the set of portraits done simply to satisfy an editor or art director.

Refreshments and lunch will be provided on Saturday. Please contact the gallery about any dietary restrictions or allergies.

*For those who have taken a workshop with Alex and Rebecca in the past, you have the option of bringing 40 prints from a long-term project that you have sequenced.



Black Birds, 2006 © Rebecca Norris Webb

The Workshop Teachers:

Alex Webb is best known for his vibrant and complex colour work, especially from Latin America and the Caribbean. He has published nine books, including Istanbul: City of a Hundred Names, and his most recent, The Suffering of Light: Thirty Years of Photographs (Aperture/Thames and Hudson, UK Edition). Alex has exhibited at museums worldwide including the Whitney Museum of American Art, the High Museum of Art, Atlanta, and the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego. His work is in the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY, and the Guggenheim Museum, NY. Alex became a full member of Magnum Photos in 1979. His work has appeared in National Geographic, the New York Times Magazine, Geo, and other magazines. He received a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2007 for his continued work in Cuba, and the Premio Internacional de Fotografia Alcobendas in 2009.

For the past decade, Rebecca Norris Webb has been exploring the complicated relationship between people and the natural world. Originally a poet, she has shown her photographic work internationally, including the George Eastman House Museum and Ricco Maresca Gallery, New York. Her first book, The Glass Between Us, was published in 2006, and her second book, Violet Isle: A Duet of Photographs from Cuba (with Alex Webb), was published in November 2009. Her photographs are in the collections of the George Eastman House Museum, Rochester; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; and the Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Provincetown. She is also represented by the Photographers’ Gallery in London. Rebecca’s work has appeared in Time, New Letters, Orion, and other magazines. Her third book, My Dakota, will be published in 2012 by Radius, and exhibited at the Dahl Arts Center in Rapid City, South Dakota. Alex and Rebecca have a joint exhibition of their Cuba photographs at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, which will run until January 2012. It will then travel to the Southeast Museum of Photography in Daytona, Florida. The couple is currently collaborating on a project in the U.S.

Additional Information on the Workshop Teachers:

Alex and Rebecca’s website: http://www.webbnorriswebb.com/
Alex and Rebecca’s “Two Looks” blog: http://webbnorriswebb.wordpress.com/

Reminder! Queer by Sunil Gupta Book Launch Tonight!

The gallery is pleased to present “Queer,” the first comprehensive overview of Sunil Gupta’s work to date. Exploring narratives of contemporary gay life in India and other parts of the world, he has tackled issues of gender and sexuality and documented his own experiences of living with HIV. Please join us on today, September 15th, from 5 - 8pm, for a reception with the photographer.

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

FAUSTA FACCIPONTE - Sleepy Eyes

Exhibition Dates: September 22 – October 29, 2011
Reception for the Artist: Saturday, September 24, 2-5pm

The gallery is pleased to announce our first solo exhibition of work by Fausta Facciponte (b. Toronto, 1967). “Sleepy Eyes” is a series of doll portraits that explore the human condition as a ‘material thing’. Through the examination of objects - how they decay, how they are preserved, forgotten and passed along from one owner to the next - the work raises questions about the nature of our physical existence and our likeness to material goods.


Eve, 2010


Sleepy Eve, 2010

In this series, old vinyl dolls that have been discarded by girls and boys are salvaged. The face of the doll is presented in the deadpan style of photography; the image is large scale, highly detailed, with a clean clinical approach. Believed to be the earliest known toy, dolls are objects that are usually associated with children and play, but these objects also represent the human form. Children often bestow a power into these objects - to be their keeper of secrets, confidant and protector. In many cases, these objects are an extension of the owner: a portrait of the inner self. By reclaiming used and inexpensive dolls from thrift stores, garage sales and online auctions, these discarded objects evoke a feeling of terminated love and abandonment. Through this investigation, these works challenge and address our notions of representation and our existence through material objects.


Peter, 2009


Shirley, 2009

‘Sleepy eyes’ is a term used to describe a doll with moveable eyes. The earliest ‘sleepy eyes’ from the 19th century used weights or wires and later on simpler mechanisms were developed. The open and shut eyes were developed to create more life-like dolls but the term also suggests the human need for sleep.


Otto, 2011

Facciponte graduated with an Honours degree in Fine Art from the University of Toronto in 1990. She has received various awards: the Toronto Image Works Award, the Talens Bursary Award and the D.L. Stevenson & Sons Artists Award. Facciponte’s work can also be found in the permanent collections of the McMaster Museum of Art, Hamilton; Art Gallery of Peel, Brampton; Sheridan College Collection, Oakville; and many private collections.


Emme, 2011

This project was made possible by a grant received from the Ontario Arts Council.








FREE Saturday Afternoon Screenings at CAMERA

3:00 PM

Join us on Saturday afternoons for a series of films selected by our featured artist, Fausta Facciponte.


September 24

THE ICICLE THIEF
Dir. Maurizio Nichetti (Italy: 1990), 90 min.

October 1

LIKE WATER FOR CHOCOLATE
Dir. Alfonso Arau (Mexico: 1992), 105 min.

October 8

WHALE MUSIC
Dir. Richard J. Lewis (Canada: 1994), 107 min.

October 15

AMÉLIE
Dir. Jean-Pierre Jeunet (France: 2001), 122 min.

October 22

NACHO LIBRE
Dir. Jared Hess (USA: 2006), 92 min.

October 29

EVERYBODY'S FINE
Dir. Kirk Jones (USA: 2009), 99 min.

Gallery Artist Éliane Excoffier New Exhibition Opening Tonight in Montreal

The opening reception for Excoffier's latest exhibition entitled Séries 1996-2011 will start tonight at 6:00pm at Galerie Simon Blais. The exhibition will be on until October 15, 2011.

Details
SÉRIES 1996-2011
Galerie Simon Blais

Opening - Wednesday, September 14, 2011, at 6 p.m.
Exhibition from September 14 to October 15, 2011

For more information: www.galeriesimonblais.com/en/artist/elaineexcoffier/

Éliane Excoffier Artist Page: www.bulgergallery.com/dynamic/fr_artist.asp?ArtistID=77

Gallery Artist Sunil Gupta article on Xtra!

"Sunil Gupta on nudity, India and his new coffee table book

Photographer Sunil Gupta takes a moment to ponder my question about the inspiration for his latest work, Queer.

“I suppose I was always interested in what it means to be gay, visually,” he says....." - Matthew Hays, Xtra!

To read full article: www.xtra.ca/public/Toronto/Sunil_Gupta_on_nudity_India_and_his_new_coffee_table_book-10749.aspx

Sunil Gupta's Artist Page: www.bulgergallery.com/dynamic/fr_artist.asp?ArtistID=61

Gallery Artist Bertrand Carrière Exhibition Then and Now

Bertrand Carrière's latest exhibition at the Historial de la Grande Guerre entitled Then and Now opens on September 16th. Carrière retraced the footsteps of an unknown World War I photographer introduced to him through a photo album and photographed the locations in the soldier's images.

Details
Then and Now
September 16 - December 4, 2011
Historial de la Grande Guerre
Free Admission

For more information: http://en.historial.org/Exhibitions/Future-Exhibitions/Bertrand-Carriere-Ce-qui-demeure

Bertrand Carrière Artist Page: www.bulgergallery.com/dynamic/fr_artist.asp?ArtistID=22

Sunday, September 11, 2011

George S. Zimbel Interview on CBC

The CBC radio program Fresh Air (hosted by Mary Ito) had an interview with George S. Zimbel on September 10th.

Click here to listen to the interview: www.cbc.ca/video/news/audioplayer.html?clipid=2123651011

Launch of the new George S. Zimbel book entitled "Book of Readers"

A new book by George S. Zimbel will be launching September 14th at the Place des Arts in Montréal entitled A Book of Readers. Their will be an exhibition of Zimbel's work on display from September 14th to September 25th.

Details

A Book of Readers
September 14 - 25, 2011
Place des Arts

For more information: www.laplacedesarts.com/recherche/famille.en.html?famid=1690

George S. Zimbel artist page: www.bulgergallery.com/dynamic/fr_artist.asp?ArtistID=2

Save the Date for Sip and Savour Ontario!

Save the date October 19th from 7:30pm - 10:00pm for Houselink's new fundraising event Sip and Savour Ontario. Tickets can be purchased at www.sipandsavourontario.ca/tickets-events.php

Details
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
7:30 pm to 10:00 pm
Steam Whistle Brewing
The Roundhouse
255 Bremner Blvd, Toronto
$65.00, plus HST & processing fee

For more information: www.sipandsavourontario.ca/

Houselink Website: www.houselink.on.ca/

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Gallery Artist Anthony Koutras in Group Exhibtion "Colourgenics Technology Showcase"

Colourgenics Technology Showcase will open on September 29th, 2011. The exhibition will showcase examples of printing, mounting and framing options created at Colourgenics.

Details
Colourgenics Technology Showcase
ix gallery
Autumn 2011

For more information: www.ixgallery.ca/exhibit.html

Anthony Koutras Artist Page: www.bulgergallery.com/dynamic/fr_artist.asp?ArtistID=81

REMINDER! FREE SATURDAY SCREENINGS at CAMERA

September 10, 3:00pm

THE SANDLOT

Dir. David M. Evans (USA: 1993), 101 min. This film is about Scotty Smalls, a young boy that moves to a new town with his mother and step father. Scotty wants to learn to play baseball and having no friends he follows a group of boys to the field where they play baseball games. Having no skills the boys ridicule him, but Rodriquez, the local baseball guru takes him under his wing and gives him another chance. It is not long before Scotty is part of the group and their biggest adventure of the summer comes when he loses his stepfather’s baseball signed by Babe Ruth.

Thursday, September 8, 2011

FREE SATURDAY SCREENINGS at CAMERA

September 10, 3:00pm

THE SANDLOT

Dir. David M. Evans (USA: 1993), 101 min. This film is about Scotty Smalls, a young boy that moves to a new town with his mother and step father. Scotty wants to learn to play baseball and having no friends he follows a group of boys to the field where they play baseball games. Having no skills the boys ridicule him, but Rodriquez, the local baseball guru takes him under his wing and gives him another chance. It is not long before Scotty is part of the group and their biggest adventure of the summer comes when he loses his stepfather’s baseball signed by Babe Ruth.

Gallery Artist George S. Zimbel article in Le Devoir

"George S. Zimbel, un photographe moderne

Né en 1929, il a photographié Marilyn Monroe, John F. Kennedy, Harry Truman et Richard Nixon. Mais toujours armé de son Leica, il s'intéresse moins aux vedettes qu'à la vie des gens ordinaires...." - Jean-François Nadeau, Le Devoir

To read full article: www.ledevoir.com/culture/arts-visuels/330879/george-s-zimbel-un-photographe-moderne

George S. Zimbel Artist Page: www.bulgergallery.com/dynamic/fr_artist.asp?ArtistID=2

Saturday, September 3, 2011

REMINDER! FREE SATURDAY SCREENINGS at CAMERA

September 3, 3:00pm

HOOK

Dir. Steven Spielberg (USA: 1991), 144 min. This film acts as a sequel to the original Peter Pan adventures. Peter Pan has grown up to become a lawyer married to Wendy’s granddaughter and has 2 young children, Jack and Maggie. One night while the family is visiting Wendy, Peter’s children are kidnapped by Captain Hook. Tinker Bell arrives in Peter’s room that night and takes him away to Neverland to save his children and rediscover his past.

The film stars Robin Williams, Julia Roberts, Dustin Hoffman and Maggie Smith.

Thursday, September 1, 2011

FREE SATURDAY SCREENINGS at CAMERA

September 3, 3:00pm

HOOK

Dir. Steven Spielberg (USA: 1991), 144 min. This film acts as a sequel to the original Peter Pan adventures. Peter Pan has grown up to become a lawyer married to Wendy’s granddaughter and has 2 young children, Jack and Maggie. One night while the family is visiting Wendy, Peter’s children are kidnapped by Captain Hook. Tinker Bell arrives in Peter’s room that night and takes him away to Neverland to save his children and rediscover his past.

The film stars Robin Williams, Julia Roberts, Dustin Hoffman and Maggie Smith.