‘That Time, That Place’ Opening @ The Rivoli

OneEyeOpen

f11project is proud to present ‘That Time, That Place‘ by Tanja Tiziana at The Rivoli Lounge.

September 30th – December 1st, 2012.

Opening: October 4th, 2012. 7-10 PM

About this series: That Time, That Place

This exhibition features select photographs from two recent series: Buzzing Lights: The Fading Neon Landscape in North America and The Last Summer at Coney Island.

Mixed in with key images from those collections are snapshots taken while driving, dancing and dreaming between destinations. Together, they are a portrait of the disappearing face of our cities; a song for ghosts that lingered long enough to be captured by this wandering photographer.

‘That Time, That Place’ Exhibition

 

f11project is proud to present ‘That Time, That Place‘ by Tanja Tiziana at The Rivoli Lounge.

September 30th – December 1st, 2012.

Opening: October 4th, 2012. 7-10 PM

About this series: That Time, That Place

This exhibition features select photographs from two recent series: Buzzing Lights: The Fading Neon Landscape in North America and The Last Summer at Coney Island.

Mixed in with key images from those collections are snapshots taken while driving, dancing and dreaming between destinations. Together, they are a portrait of the disappearing face of our cities; a song for ghosts that lingered long enough to be captured by this wandering photographer.

‘That Time, That Place’ Exhibition

OneEyeOpen

f11project is proud to present ‘That Time, That Place‘ by Tanja Tiziana at The Rivoli Lounge.

September 30th – December 1st, 2012.

Opening: October 4th, 2012. 7-10 PM

About this series: That Time, That Place

This exhibition features select photographs from two recent series: Buzzing Lights: The Fading Neon Landscape in North America and The Last Summer at Coney Island.

Mixed in with key images from those collections are snapshots taken while driving, dancing and dreaming between destinations. Together, they are a portrait of the disappearing face of our cities; a song for ghosts that lingered long enough to be captured by this wandering photographer.

‘Northern Roots, Urban Playground’ Photo Exhibit

Northern Roots, Urban Playground

f11project is proud to present ‘Northern Roots, Urban Playground’ by Stephanie Foden at The Rivoli Lounge.

The Rivoli Lounge
July 8th – September 29th, 2012
Opening: July 12th, 2012 7 – 10 PM

 

About this series: Northern Roots, Urban Playground

Ottawa is home to the largest urban inuit population in canada. Giving community members a place to come together, the Ottawa Inuit Children’s Centre (OICC) shares and celebrates their heritage while fostering cultural values in a new generation.

Stephanie Foden shot extensively at the OICC in the spring of 2011. The series won second place at the photophilanthropy activist awards and was previously exhibited at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa.

Stephanie Foden

About the artist:

Stephanie foden is a photojournalist based out of Toronto. She is passionate and enthusiastic about sharing stories from around the globe fully and authentically. She has ventured across the world on personal projects to document the landscape and people of Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Canada and the United States in search of honest and striking imagery. Her work has been published internationally and exhibited nationally.

‘Northern Roots, Urban Playground’ Photo Exhibit

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f11project is proud to present ‘Northern Roots, Urban Playground’ by Stephanie Foden at The Rivoli Lounge.

About the artist:

Stephanie foden is a photojournalist based out of Toronto. She is passionate and enthusiastic about sharing stories from around the globe fully and authentically. She has ventured across the world on personal projects to document the landscape and people of Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Canada and the United States in search of honest and striking imagery. Her work has been published internationally and exhibited nationally.

About this series: Northern Roots, Urban Playground

Ottawa is home to the largest urban inuit population in canada. Giving community members a place to come together, the Ottawa Inuit Children’s Centre (OICC) shares and celebrates their heritage while fostering cultural values in a new generation.

Stephanie Foden shot extensively at the OICC in the spring of 2011. The series won second place at the photophilanthropy activist awards and was previously exhibited at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa.

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The Rivoli Lounge
July 8th – September 29th, 2012
Opening: July 12th, 2012 7 – 10 PM

‘Reverie: The loving trance’ Photo Exhibit

 

f11project presents Reverie: The loving trance by Toronto based artist Diana Renelli.

Location: The Rivoli Pool Hall (334 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON M5V 2A2)
Exhibition: March 4th – April 29th, 2012

About this series: Reverie: The loving trance

Reverie: The loving trance is a series of eight images that have been photographed through windows on the streets of Toronto. The idea for the show arose after Diana photographed an iconic 1960s plastic doll through a window on Queen Street West. The image, once processed, appeared haunting and ghostly.

The exhibition focuses on the Jungian concept of conjoining the anima and animus. It also explores the light and shadow aspects of the psyche through dream-like configurations that have appeared to Renelli as she photographs.

“Often it’s just a matter of letting go of the thought process and allowing the creative element to overtake you… and something emerges in a reflection that may not have been there when you first started photographing it,” says Renelli.

This is Diana Renelli’s first exhibition. She works as a portrait photographer in Toronto, where she has lived for the last twenty years.

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