Modern Canadian Interiors, the first book by the TLR Club (Richelle Forsey, Martin Helmut Reis, Alejandro Valencia, Kevin McBride and Colin Savage), is a photographic journey of abandoned spaces in Ontario including the Gravenhurst TB Sanatorium, the Old Don Jail, New York Pork, Firestone Tire, St. Clements Church and more…
Is now available in four bookstores and galleries!
the Art Gallery of Ontario shop
EYELEVEL Gallery in Halifax during ERI: THE RESISTANCE TO CHANGE reshelving initiative 5
the Stephen Bulger Gallery bookstore
Swipe Design | Books + Objects
As always, Modern Canadian Interiors is available directly from Richelle Forsey
This poster was a submission that wasn’t accepted. It appears here with the printers bleed.
Chairs are the most often abandoned piece of furniture. This poster features my photos of my favourite abandoned chairs as they were found. People often design entire environments around a chair to illustrate the function or status of a room. Nothing changes when they leave. The chairs are now a suggestion of what the room might have been.
I have been invited to show some of my photographs at the 4TH ANNUAL Brownfield Forum: Brownfield Redevelopment & the Community. If you are in Brantford on Nov. 9, drop by the Brantford Polish Hall, 154 Pearl Street to see my work and photos by The Brantford Camera Club.
Although I didn’t “get inside”, I did tour the property of the Greenwich-Mohawk Brownfield/formerly the Massey-Ferguson, Massey-Harris and Cockshutt Plow industrial campus – in the pouring rain during the sites “doors open” last May.
For more information:
519-759-4150 ext. 2334
This is the postcard I designed for the Scotiabank Nuit Blanche Independent Project, Residue i am co-curating and exhibiting in.