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1356 Dundas Street West (new location!), Toronto ON M6J 1Y2
hours: Tues-Sat 11-6.
T: 416 504 0575 F: 416 504 8929
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Please note: Stephen Bulger Gallery has moved! On Sep 9, 2017 we opened the doors of 1356 Dundas Street West to welcome visitors in a purposefully designed space of over 11,000 square feet. Designed by architect Michael Boxer, the new space dramatically increases our exhibition space. Please remember we're always open with inventory for sale at www.FFOTOIMAGE.com ... more
Please note: Stephen Bulger Gallery has moved! On Sep 9, 2017 we opened the doors of 1356 Dundas Street West to welcome visitors in a purposefully designed space of over 11,000 square feet. Designed by architect Michael Boxer, the new space dramatically increases our exhibition space. We resumed normal business hours with an opening reception for Larry Towell's Union Station exhibition. Please remember we're always open with inventory for sale at www.FFOTOIMAGE.com.
EXHIBITIONS ... more
EXHIBITIONS –
Sep 9-Oct 14, 2017 | opening reception Sat 9 Sep, 2-5pm:
Larry Towell: Union Station. For more than 40 years, Larry Towell has documented states of transition around the globe. In 2013, he instigated a documentary project in Union Station, Canada's busiest transportation hub. His photographs are a behind-the-scene look at one of the nation's most complex renovation projects, while passengers continued to use the services of the station. From the excavation to the Great Hall, Towell uses both 35mm and panoramic formats to capture the people working and using the railroad station. Although once the domain of leading photographers hired on public commission, if civic projects today are photographed at all, it is seldom from such a thorough perspective ... more
Larry Towell: Union Station.
For more than 40 years, Larry Towell has documented states of transition around the globe. In 2013, he instigated a documentary project in Union Station, Canada's busiest transportation hub. His photographs are a behind-the-scene look at one of the nation's most complex renovation projects, while passengers continued to use the services of the station. From the excavation to the Great Hall, Towell uses both 35mm and panoramic formats to capture the people working and using the railroad station. Although once the domain of leading photographers hired on public commission, if civic projects today are photographed at all, it is seldom from such a thorough perspective.
Oct 21-Nov 18, 2017:
Rita Leistner: The Tree Planters. Modern Canadian tree planters have earned a place in the nation's lore, art, and history. In this series we see them as never before. Trading her planting bags for studio lights, Rita Leistner returns to the bush to take formal portraits of tree planters in action, underscoring the extreme athleticism of these hardcore, piece-rate industrial labourers. The enhanced lighting captures a level of detail and dimensionality that evokes dioramas in a natural history museum while revealing the planters' animal relationship to the land in a heroic portrayal of the men and women reforesting Canada, one tree at a time ... more
Rita Leistner: The Tree Planters.
Modern Canadian tree planters have earned a place in the nation's lore, art, and history. In this series we see them as never before. Trading her planting bags for studio lights, Rita Leistner returns to the bush to take formal portraits of tree planters in action, underscoring the extreme athleticism of these hardcore, piece-rate industrial labourers. The enhanced lighting captures a level of detail and dimensionality that evokes dioramas in a natural history museum while revealing the planters' animal relationship to the land in a heroic portrayal of the men and women reforesting Canada, one tree at a time.
Member of ADAC ... more
Member of ADAC (Art Dealers Association of Canada).