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T.O. Environs
Stouffville
6240 Main Street, Box 3, Stouffville ON L4A 7Z4
hours: Tues-Fri 10-5, Sat 10-4.
admission: FREE.
T: 905 640 8954
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The Latcham Gallery
Jul 6-Aug 26, 2017 | opening reception Thur 6 Jul, 7pm:
The Amended Landscape: Edward Burtynsky, Marco Francisco, Eve Gane, Shavon Madden and Moira Ness.
The Latcham Gallery is thrilled to present The Amended Landscape, an exhibition of photographic works by Edward Burtynsky, Eve Gane, Marco Francisco, Shavon Madden and Moira Ness.
Edward Burtynsky is one of Canada's most respected photographers whose works can be found in the collections of over sixty major museums around the world, including the National Gallery of Canada, the Museum of Modern Art and the Guggenheim Museum in New York. Since the 1980s he has been creating epic photographs and more recently feature films, that reflect our human imprint upon the biosphere on which we depend. The scale and beauty of Burtynsky's images depicting the environmental effects humanity has upon the landscape serve to disrupt the conventional reading of such destruction. Subversively pulling us into an intimacy with his subject, the work forces us to confront the reality of our impact upon the planet.
The Latcham Gallery has also included the lens-based work of four emerging artists Marco Francisco, Eve Gane, Shavon Madden and Moira Ness who, through a variety of methods and approaches, seek to mirror the many ways we manipulate, augment, and otherwise leave our mark upon the landscape ... more
The Amended Landscape: Edward Burtynsky, Marco Francisco, Eve Gane, Shavon Madden and Moira Ness.
The Latcham Gallery is thrilled to present The Amended Landscape, an exhibition of photographic works by Edward Burtynsky, Eve Gane, Marco Francisco, Shavon Madden and Moira Ness.
Edward Burtynsky is one of Canada's most respected photographers whose works can be found in the collections of over sixty major museums around the world, including the National Gallery of Canada, the Museum of Modern Art and the Guggenheim Museum in New York. Since the 1980s he has been creating epic photographs and more recently feature films, that reflect our human imprint upon the biosphere on which we depend. The scale and beauty of Burtynsky's images depicting the environmental effects humanity has upon the landscape serve to disrupt the conventional reading of such destruction. Subversively pulling us into an intimacy with his subject, the work forces us to confront the reality of our impact upon the planet.
The Latcham Gallery has also included the lens-based work of four emerging artists Marco Francisco, Eve Gane, Shavon Madden and Moira Ness who, through a variety of methods and approaches, seek to mirror the many ways we manipulate, augment, and otherwise leave our mark upon the landscape.
May 18-Sep 1, 2017:
The Leaf Project.
Everyone is invited to participate in The Latcham Gallery's Leaf Project. The Gallery's goal is to collect over 1000 unique leaves to engage the community in a creative community project to mark Canada 150.
The leaf shape chosen is more graphic than organic and the tree's final form will echo this when the leaves are assembled into a huge mobile in the Latcham Gallery this fall. Each leaf will reflect the diverse ideas and motifs of artists and art lovers of all ages.
Go to www.latchamgallery.ca and use our leaf template to create the shape and size, or drop into 6240 Main Street, Stouffville to pick one up. Then draw, sew, paint, print, etc.! Create your leaf and mail it to us and we will add it to the mobile ... more
The Leaf Project.
Everyone is invited to participate in The Latcham Gallery's Leaf Project. The Gallery's goal is to collect over 1000 unique leaves to engage the community in a creative community project to mark Canada 150.
The leaf shape chosen is more graphic than organic and the tree's final form will echo this when the leaves are assembled into a huge mobile in the Latcham Gallery this fall. Each leaf will reflect the diverse ideas and motifs of artists and art lovers of all ages.
Go to www.latchamgallery.ca and use our leaf template to create the shape and size, or drop into 6240 Main Street, Stouffville to pick one up. Then draw, sew, paint, print, etc.! Create your leaf and mail it to us and we will add it to the mobile.