Galerie Youn & Paysages affectifs – Grand Opening May 31rst

My next exhibition Paysages affectifs will mark the official opening of Galerie Youn in Montreal, QC on Friday May 31! Paysages affectifs exhibition duration May 31st - June 23rd, 2013 YURIKO KUBOTA RICHELLE FORSEY JONATHAN SAVOIE JONATHAN CASTELLINO DIETER JANSSEN LORI NIX Assembled, examined and discovered paysage affectif: emotional landscapes visits Paris, Tokyo, Rome, Toronto, Detroit and cities of the imagination through manufactured, fabricated and documented panoramas of...

More Local Ruins – another exhibition of photos by the TLR Club

Join the  TLR Club Friday November. 2, from 7-10pm at Balluchon Raymond Inc. for cocktails, killer coffee and snacks. Photography by Richelle Forsey, Martin Helmut Reis, Alejandro Valencia, Kevin McBride and Colin Savage. Balluchon Raymond Inc,  221 Sorauren Ave, Toronto, ON Oct 12 – Nov 15/ 2012 Operating Hours: M-F 6:30am – 3pm, S&S 9am – 3pm

RMG Exposed 2012!

I am thrilled to be a finalist in the RMG Exposed! Photography Auction. That's the Robert McLaughlin Gallery in Oshawa ON,  juried photo competition!  The RMG is: "The largest public gallery in Durham Region, the RMG occupies an inspired 36,000 square foot building designed by world-renowned architect Arthur Erickson. Featuring a Permanent Collection of over 4000 works of art, four galleries of diverse & changing exhibitions, vibrant programs,...

Group of Seven Roosters – FR-CP at De Luca Fine Art

In a few short weeks my first exhibition with Flying Rooster Contemporary Projects will open at De Luca Fine Art Gallery. The exhibition features seven Flying Rooster  artists: Manuel Bujold the co- founder of Make Art Public, award-winning sculptor Scott Eunson, architect and photographer Dieter Janssen, Montreal artists Jessica Wee, Michelle Bui and Scott Harber and me! I am exhibiting several pieces from the Urban Remains/Modern Canadian Interiors...

It’s all about beauty.

  Nobody ever discovered ugliness through photographs. But many, through photographs, have discovered beauty. Except for those situations in which the camera is used to document, or mark social rites, what moves people to take photographs is finding something beautiful....Nobody exclaims, "Isn't that ugly! I must take a photograph of it." Even if someone did say that, all it would mean is: "I find that ugly thing. ....

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