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I’m excited to be a part of this year’s Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival as a Featured Exhibition. Please save the date: Reunions opens on Saturday May 3, 2-5 pm at Toronto Image Works.

I’m excited to be a part of this year’s Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival as a Featured Exhibition. Please save the date: Reunions opens on Saturday May 3, 2-5 pm at Toronto Image Works.

Soft Movements in the Same Direction The New Gallery 208 Centre St SE Calgary, AB
April 11 – May 17, 2014 Opening:  Friday April 11, 8:00 p.m.
Steven Beckly and Benjamin Bellas
The New Gallery is pleased to present Soft Movements in the Same Direction by Steven Beckly (Toronto, ON) and Benjamin Bellas (Chicago, IL). This exhibition pairs the work of two artists concerned with representations of intimacy, impermanence, and distance. With video, photography, and found objects, they provide forms for the inarticulable ache of an unknown absence. Accompanying exhibition essay “We really loved each other, you know” by Lindsay Sorell can be found here: http://thenewgallery.org/soft-movements/
Soft Movements in the Same Direction is named one of Canadian Art’s must-sees this week: April 10 to 16, 2014.
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I’m flying to Calgary this week for a show at The New Gallery, opening on Friday. If you’re around, please come have a drink. It’s my first time in Calgary, so if you have any tips on things to do, please get in touch. See you soon, Calgary!

Soft Movements in the Same Direction
The New Gallery
208 Centre St SE
Calgary, AB

April 11 – May 17, 2014
Opening:  Friday April 11, 8:00 p.m.

Steven Beckly and Benjamin Bellas

The New Gallery is pleased to present Soft Movements in the Same Direction by Steven Beckly (Toronto, ON) and Benjamin Bellas (Chicago, IL). This exhibition pairs the work of two artists concerned with representations of intimacy, impermanence, and distance. With video, photography, and found objects, they provide forms for the inarticulable ache of an unknown absence. Accompanying exhibition essay “We really loved each other, you know” by Lindsay Sorell can be found here: http://thenewgallery.org/soft-movements/

Soft Movements in the Same Direction is named one of Canadian Art’s must-sees this week: April 10 to 16, 2014.

I’m flying to Calgary this week for a show at The New Gallery, opening on Friday. If you’re around, please come have a drink. It’s my first time in Calgary, so if you have any tips on things to do, please get in touch. See you soon, Calgary!

The Constellation Range: Portraiture & ApotheosisGalerie Rats 9372 Ste Catherine Ouest, angle de BleuryBelgo Building, Suite 530Montréal, QB
April 3 – 28, 2014Vernissage: Thursday April 3, 7:30 p.m.
Steven Beckly (Toronto)Diego Stickar (Buenos Aires, Argentina)Gustavo Romero (Bogotá, Colombia)Jamie Ross (Montréal)
Curated by Jamie Ross
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I’m coming to Montreal tomorrow for a day or two. If you’re in the area, come have a drink with us four at the opening of The Constellation Range: Portraiture & Apotheosis at Rats 9 in the Belgo Building.

The Constellation Range: Portraiture & Apotheosis
Galerie Rats 9
372 Ste Catherine Ouest, angle de Bleury
Belgo Building, Suite 530
Montréal, QB

April 3 – 28, 2014
Vernissage: Thursday April 3, 7:30 p.m.

Steven Beckly (Toronto)
Diego Stickar (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Gustavo Romero (Bogotá, Colombia)
Jamie Ross (Montréal)

Curated by Jamie Ross

I’m coming to Montreal tomorrow for a day or two. If you’re in the area, come have a drink with us four at the opening of The Constellation Range: Portraiture & Apotheosis at Rats 9 in the Belgo Building.

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Fresh AiR: Newspace Artist in Residence ExhibitionNewspace Center for Photography632 SE 10th Ave.Portland, OR
February 7 – March 2, 2014Opening reception: Friday February 7, 6 – 9 p.m.
Steven BecklyKirk CrippensMaureen DrennanEyakem GulilatOhm PhanphirojWard Shortridge
Newspace Center for Photography is pleased to announce Fresh AiR: Newspace Artist in Residence Exhibition containing a selection of work from the six photographers who were Newspace Artists in Residence from 2012 and 2013.
These photographers were selected for one-month residencies at Newspace Center for Photography during which time they received access to the Newspace facilities and guidance from the staff.  Residents spent their time working on ongoing projects or creating something brand new. This opportunity afforded them the time and space to think and immerse themselves in their own creative process as well as to engage with the Portland photography community. Resident artists also served as a source of inspiration and guidance for the many students and photographers who create and learn at Newspace.
To document the work created by these six talented artists, Newspace is happy to announce the forthcoming release of a photo book containing selections from the work of each resident. Copies will be available for sale at the Opening Reception and throughout the display of the exhibition.
Image: Ohm Phanphiroj

Fresh AiR: Newspace Artist in Residence Exhibition
Newspace Center for Photography
632 SE 10th Ave.
Portland, OR

February 7 – March 2, 2014
Opening reception: Friday February 7, 6 – 9 p.m.

Steven Beckly
Kirk Crippens
Maureen Drennan
Eyakem Gulilat
Ohm Phanphiroj
Ward Shortridge

Newspace Center for Photography is pleased to announce Fresh AiR: Newspace Artist in Residence Exhibition containing a selection of work from the six photographers who were Newspace Artists in Residence from 2012 and 2013.

These photographers were selected for one-month residencies at Newspace Center for Photography during which time they received access to the Newspace facilities and guidance from the staff.  Residents spent their time working on ongoing projects or creating something brand new. This opportunity afforded them the time and space to think and immerse themselves in their own creative process as well as to engage with the Portland photography community. Resident artists also served as a source of inspiration and guidance for the many students and photographers who create and learn at Newspace.

To document the work created by these six talented artists, Newspace is happy to announce the forthcoming release of a photo book containing selections from the work of each resident. Copies will be available for sale at the Opening Reception and throughout the display of the exhibition.

Image: Ohm Phanphiroj

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Daily Life Storage release 8: GloryOne of three new portfolios available this month.

Produced in an edition of 25, Glory is the first of three portfolios Daily Life Storage is releasing this month in preparation for the LA Art Book Fair. It features seven works in a new, large format edition. It gets bigger!
Participating artistsSteven BecklyBobby CollinsBobby GonzalezJesús Monteagudo GuerraMatt Morris
Commissioned byRoy Thompson
Assembled and Curated byKris Harzinski
Find out how to receive a free copy!
Daily Life Storage is a series of limited edition portfolios and other projects generating an ongoing and admittedly peculiar archive centered around queer creativity. As the collection expands it rests somewhere between art, scrotums, piss and kinkos. To launch each new release, portfolios are available for free to anyone willing to fulfill a given task. After this initial offering, the remaining portfolios are sold at bookstores, book fairs and via this website to help fund future projects.

kharzinski:

Daily Life Storage release 8: Glory
One of three new portfolios available this month.

Produced in an edition of 25, Glory is the first of three portfolios Daily Life Storage is releasing this month in preparation for the LA Art Book Fair. It features seven works in a new, large format edition. It gets bigger!

Participating artists
Steven Beckly
Bobby Collins
Bobby Gonzalez
Jesús Monteagudo Guerra
Matt Morris

Commissioned by
Roy Thompson

Assembled and Curated by
Kris Harzinski

Find out how to receive a free copy!

Daily Life Storage is a series of limited edition portfolios and other projects generating an ongoing and admittedly peculiar archive centered around queer creativity. As the collection expands it rests somewhere between art, scrotums, piss and kinkos. To launch each new release, portfolios are available for free to anyone willing to fulfill a given task. After this initial offering, the remaining portfolios are sold at bookstores, book fairs and via this website to help fund future projects.

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packetbiweekly:

Steven Beckly in Issue #025

I have a portfolio in the latest issue of Packet, along with contributions from Nicole Reber, Ian Lewandowski, Sampson Starkweather, Alex Gavryushenko, Eric Wiley, Kate Gavino, and Cait Oppermann. Risograph and laserjet, 34 pages, singe staple-bound 8.5x11. You can purchase the issue here. Thank you, Anthony and Chris!

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Steven Beckly in Issue #025

I have a portfolio in the latest issue of Packet, along with contributions from Nicole Reber, Ian Lewandowski, Sampson Starkweather, Alex Gavryushenko, Eric Wiley, Kate Gavino, and Cait Oppermann. Risograph and laserjet, 34 pages, singe staple-bound 8.5x11. You can purchase the issue here. Thank you, Anthony and Chris!

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If you’re in Chicago, At the Same Time is currently a part of DIY (Visits Chicago): Photographers and Books at Columbia College’s Center for Paper and Book Arts alongside many wonderful publications that move beyond the artist monograph. You can see our little book that could sitting on the right side of the photo. :)
The exhibition is on view until December 7. 
As always, you can order a copy online. We only have about 150 copies left.

If you’re in Chicago, At the Same Time is currently a part of DIY (Visits Chicago): Photographers and Books at Columbia College’s Center for Paper and Book Arts alongside many wonderful publications that move beyond the artist monograph. You can see our little book that could sitting on the right side of the photo. :)

The exhibition is on view until December 7. 

As always, you can order a copy online. We only have about 150 copies left.

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Early WorksRayko Photo Center428 Third StreetSan Francisco, CA
October 17 – November 17, 2013Opening reception: October 17, 6 – 8 pm
Corey Arnold, Roger Ballen, Douglas Beasley, Steven Beckly, Sheri Lynn Behr, Lori Bell, Jesse Burke, Richard S. Chow, Joseph Deiss, Maureen Drennan, Deena Feinberg, Gloria Baker Feinstein, Rich Frishman, Michael Jang, Zoltan Jokay, Ann Kendellen, Lewis Koch, Hannah Kozak, Varese Layzer, Phoebe Lickwar, Jim Lommasson, Ann Massoni, David Pace, Stephen Perloff, Jaime Permuth, Alexis Pike, Jordan Reznick, Trix Rosen, Traer Scott, Jack Semura, Frederick Sharpe, Marsha Stewart, Stephanie Williamson, Charlyn Zlotnik
Curated by Laura Moya and Laura Valenti Jelen
Early Works is an exhibition that examines the naive imagery made by contemporary photographers when they were children. These early images often reveal surprising talent, visual intuition, and honesty. Kept for many decades in shoeboxes and faded albums, the images are often cherished belongings that play a key role in defining the self as artist.
This exhibition is a close look at photographers’ earliest works, paired with personal narratives about the images and their role in each photographers’ development as an artist.
The idea for Early Works came from a conversation in which we exchanged stories about discovering photography at an early age. What was it about the medium that kindled our imaginations when we were young?
We wanted to revisit the moment when other contemporary photographers first connected with the medium. We were curious about what childhood images might show us about the nascent stages of creative vision. For many of us, an early fascination with photography led to a life-long passion. How do photographers keep their relationship to the medium alive over the years, and ultimately choose to make it their professional voice?
Many childhood experiences live in our subconscious and are often difficult to navigate, even as adults. Memories of historic moments, of families unraveling, of play, discovery, and struggles with identity are a part of our collective history. This project is about imagery, but equally about personal narrative. A photograph can serve as a strong visual cue that can spark a rich story in a second.
Laura Moya & Laura Valenti Jelenhttp://earlyworksproject.org
Image: Corey Arnold

Early Works
Rayko Photo Center
428 Third Street
San Francisco, CA

October 17 – November 17, 2013
Opening reception: October 17, 6 – 8 pm

Corey Arnold, Roger Ballen, Douglas Beasley, Steven Beckly, Sheri Lynn Behr, Lori Bell, Jesse Burke, Richard S. Chow, Joseph Deiss, Maureen Drennan, Deena Feinberg, Gloria Baker Feinstein, Rich Frishman, Michael Jang, Zoltan Jokay, Ann Kendellen, Lewis Koch, Hannah Kozak, Varese Layzer, Phoebe Lickwar, Jim Lommasson, Ann Massoni, David Pace, Stephen Perloff, Jaime Permuth, Alexis Pike, Jordan Reznick, Trix Rosen, Traer Scott, Jack Semura, Frederick Sharpe, Marsha Stewart, Stephanie Williamson, Charlyn Zlotnik

Curated by Laura Moya and Laura Valenti Jelen

Early Works is an exhibition that examines the naive imagery made by contemporary photographers when they were children. These early images often reveal surprising talent, visual intuition, and honesty. Kept for many decades in shoeboxes and faded albums, the images are often cherished belongings that play a key role in defining the self as artist.

This exhibition is a close look at photographers’ earliest works, paired with personal narratives about the images and their role in each photographers’ development as an artist.

The idea for Early Works came from a conversation in which we exchanged stories about discovering photography at an early age. What was it about the medium that kindled our imaginations when we were young?

We wanted to revisit the moment when other contemporary photographers first connected with the medium. We were curious about what childhood images might show us about the nascent stages of creative vision. For many of us, an early fascination with photography led to a life-long passion. How do photographers keep their relationship to the medium alive over the years, and ultimately choose to make it their professional voice?

Many childhood experiences live in our subconscious and are often difficult to navigate, even as adults. Memories of historic moments, of families unraveling, of play, discovery, and struggles with identity are a part of our collective history. This project is about imagery, but equally about personal narrative. A photograph can serve as a strong visual cue that can spark a rich story in a second.

Laura Moya & Laura Valenti Jelen
http://earlyworksproject.org

Image: Corey Arnold

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Boys on Film Vol. 1
14.8 x 21 cm, 128 pages
ISBN: 978-89-965281-9-7
Edition of 1000
Published date: September 20, 2013

Alexa Babiuk, Alexandra Waespi, Alice Rainis, Amandine Paulandré, Amy Dorian, Berta Pfirscih, Brad Freeman, Bradford Gregory, Daniel Gentelev, Derek Fernandes, Elisabete Santos Rosa, Elise Toïdé, Emily-Jane Robinson, Fernando Hideki, Hanna Ukura, Helena Estrela, Hollie Fernando, Igor Termenon, Isabella Stahl, Isolde Woudstra, Javier Castán, Jael Levi, Jesse Jacobs, Jon Stars, Johanna Tagada, Jordanna Kalman, Joseph Wolfgang Ohlert, Justin Guthrie, Karen Prosen, Katherine Squier, Katie Silvester, Kimberley Grant, Kirill Mazhai, Kitty Riddell, Laura-Lynn Petrick, Lauren Brown, Lea Colombo, Lola Li, Lottie Spencer, Marco Hernandez, Mariana Pacho Lopez, Marija Strajnic, Matheus Chiaratti, Matilde Viegas, Matt Sanchez, Matthew Farag, Maxwell Tomlinson, Megan Tilley, Melisa Minca, Mercedes Esquivel, Meryl Olah, Naomi Hart, Natasha Ch. K., Olivia Locher, Posternaks, Rosaline Shahnavaz, Rosanna Webster, Ryan Shamblin, Sara Sani, Silvia Conde, Sonya Kydeeva, Sophie Davidson, Stephen Edwards, Steven Beckly, Yuvali Theis

Girls/Boys on Film are two contemporary photography zines founded by Igor Termenon in February 2011. The zines showcase portraits taken with film cameras and are also a platform to discover photography talent. Since its beginnings two years ago, the zines have attracted international attention and have been featured in magazines and websites such as Elle Girl Korea, Urban Outfitters Blog, Dazed & Confused and It’s Nice That. Girls on Film has also been recently added to the Museum of Modern Art Library archive in New York.

Published by SSE Books. Purchase a copy here.

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BUILT FOR ART presents Practice PracticeAn independent project for Scotiabank Nuit Blanche at 401 Richmond

October 5, 2013 6:51 pm – SUNRISE

Curated by: Alice Dixon + Evan Tyler Produced by: Urbanspace Property Group + Erin MacKeen

To carry out, to train, to repeat. People are practicing every day at 401 Richmond; putting ideas into action. People practice their art, their trade, their talent, their passion. As well, many studios in 401 are devoted to teaching new skills and presenting new ideas. This year’s Built for Art seeks to honour this important aspect of life at 401 Richmond.

 PARTICIPANTS Erin Gee, Brette Gabel, Timeanddesire, Ponni Arasu + South Asian Visual Arts Centre, Jacquie Green, Janine Lindgren, Olga Battaglia, Jiri Tomiska, and Kimberley Whitchurch, Pop-Up Office, Contemporary Textile Studio Co-op, Rebecca Gruihn + CFMDC, Steven Beckly, Kalyna Pidwerbesky, Alien Express Collective, Arts for Children and Youth (AFCY), Karen Abel, Jessica Marion Barr + Gareth Bate, Peter Ride + Vtape, Elizabeth Underhill, Robyn York + Saman Design, Tobias Williams, Martin Heath + Cinecycle

GALLERIES Abbozzo Gallery: David Blackwood + Cora Brittan WARC Gallery: Camille Turner Open Studio: Shannon Collis, Kaleena Stasiak, + George Walker GALLERY 44: Susan Dobson, Matt Mcintosh Prefix Institute of Contemporary Art: Keesic Douglas, Meryl McMaster, Nigit’stil Norbert + Bear Witness A Space Gallery: Ahasiw Maskegon Iskwew, Leslie McCue + Adrian Stimson

PRACTICE PRACTICE TUMBLR   http://practicex2.tumblr.com 401 RICHMOND   www.401richmond.net/events/builtforart13.cfm FACEBOOK   https://www.facebook.com/401richmond SCOTIABANK NUIT BLANCHE  http://www.scotiabanknuitblanche.ca/project.html?project_id=1260

BUILT FOR ART is an artistic event in conjunction with Scotiabank Nuit Blanche that takes place annually in the public spaces, galleries and studios of the historic 401 Richmond building in downtown Toronto.

401 RICHMOND is a restored, heritage-designated, industrial building in downtown Toronto that is home to over 140 artists, cultural producers, microenterprises, galleries, festivals, and shops. The building is a thriving arts hub that is open to the public.

For inquiries and images contact: Alice Dixon, curator |  arts@401richmond.net

BUILT FOR ART presents Practice Practice
An independent project for Scotiabank Nuit Blanche at 401 Richmond

October 5, 2013
6:51 pm – SUNRISE

Curated by: Alice Dixon + Evan Tyler
Produced by: Urbanspace Property Group + Erin MacKeen

To carry out, to train, to repeat. People are practicing every day at 401 Richmond; putting ideas into action. People practice their art, their trade, their talent, their passion. As well, many studios in 401 are devoted to teaching new skills and presenting new ideas. This year’s Built for Art seeks to honour this important aspect of life at 401 Richmond.

PARTICIPANTS
Erin Gee, Brette Gabel, Timeanddesire, Ponni Arasu + South Asian Visual Arts Centre, Jacquie Green, Janine Lindgren, Olga Battaglia, Jiri Tomiska, and Kimberley Whitchurch, Pop-Up Office, Contemporary Textile Studio Co-op, Rebecca Gruihn + CFMDC, Steven Beckly, Kalyna Pidwerbesky, Alien Express Collective, Arts for Children and Youth (AFCY), Karen Abel, Jessica Marion Barr + Gareth Bate, Peter Ride + Vtape, Elizabeth Underhill, Robyn York + Saman Design, Tobias Williams, Martin Heath + Cinecycle

GALLERIES
Abbozzo Gallery: David Blackwood + Cora Brittan
WARC Gallery: Camille Turner
Open Studio: Shannon Collis, Kaleena Stasiak, + George Walker
GALLERY 44: Susan Dobson, Matt Mcintosh
Prefix Institute of Contemporary Art: Keesic Douglas, Meryl McMaster, Nigit’stil Norbert + Bear Witness
A Space Gallery: Ahasiw Maskegon Iskwew, Leslie McCue + Adrian Stimson

PRACTICE PRACTICE TUMBLR   http://practicex2.tumblr.com
401 RICHMOND   www.401richmond.net/events/builtforart13.cfm
FACEBOOK   https://www.facebook.com/401richmond
SCOTIABANK NUIT BLANCHE  http://www.scotiabanknuitblanche.ca/project.html?project_id=1260

BUILT FOR ART is an artistic event in conjunction with Scotiabank Nuit Blanche that takes place annually in the public spaces, galleries and studios of the historic 401 Richmond building in downtown Toronto.

401 RICHMOND is a restored, heritage-designated, industrial building in downtown Toronto that is home to over 140 artists, cultural producers, microenterprises, galleries, festivals, and shops. The building is a thriving arts hub that is open to the public.

For inquiries and images contact:
Alice Dixon, curator |  arts@401richmond.net

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I get to spend two weeks on the Island working with the wonderful and incredibly giving Luis Jacob. I feel like I’m in paradise.
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We Are Full Of Holes Thematic Residency Program with Luis Jacob Artscape Gibraltar Point Toronto, ON
September 20 – October 4, 2013
The world is made of holes. Our bodies are covered in them. Our eyes are holes, that enable us to see. Our mouths are holes, that form a passage between inside and outside. Our genitals are holes, that give us pleasure. I believe that works of art have an important relation to holes. Artworks point us to disturbing parts of our consciousness, those dark recesses within us that are rich like mines. Artworks create holes where there are none, disturbing our sense of reality and opening a can of worms. Artworks enable us to see; they allow passage between outside and inside; and they give us pleasure. We Are Full Of Holes will focus on several “case studies” of holes: various artworks, films and short texts will allow us collectively to explore the notion of holes. Beginning with a screening of Tsai Ming-liang’s 1998 film The Hole – a wonderfully absurd love story set in a run-down apartment in Taiwan — we will explore our artistic work from the perspective of the space of meaning that we open with it.
The Thematic Residency Program offers artists the opportunity to work independently with the mentorship of a visiting professional artist, curator or critic working in international contemporary art.  For two weeks every month artists retreat to Artscape Gibraltar Point on Toronto Islands, which provides short-term accommodation and studio space for artists to research and develop their contemporary art practice. Thematic residencies explore various models including studio work, formal lectures, group discussion, peer collaboration and outdoor retreats.  This direction allows individual residents to find common ground amongst each other’s disparate practices and establish new connections through communal dialogue.
Luis Jacob (BFA, 1996, University of Toronto) lives and works in Toronto, Ontario. Recent solo exhibitions include Show Your Wound (Galerie Max Mayer, Dusseldorf and Birch Libralato, Toronto) and Pictures At An Exhibition (Darling Foundry, Montreal); and group exhibitions Visible, Móvil, Vidente (Centro Párraga, Spain) and Oh, Canada (MASS MoCA, Massachusetts).
Image: Luis Jacob

I get to spend two weeks on the Island working with the wonderful and incredibly giving Luis Jacob. I feel like I’m in paradise.

We Are Full Of Holes
Thematic Residency Program with Luis Jacob
Artscape Gibraltar Point
Toronto, ON

September 20 – October 4, 2013

The world is made of holes. Our bodies are covered in them. Our eyes are holes, that enable us to see. Our mouths are holes, that form a passage between inside and outside. Our genitals are holes, that give us pleasure. I believe that works of art have an important relation to holes. Artworks point us to disturbing parts of our consciousness, those dark recesses within us that are rich like mines. Artworks create holes where there are none, disturbing our sense of reality and opening a can of worms. Artworks enable us to see; they allow passage between outside and inside; and they give us pleasure. We Are Full Of Holes will focus on several “case studies” of holes: various artworks, films and short texts will allow us collectively to explore the notion of holes. Beginning with a screening of Tsai Ming-liang’s 1998 film The Hole – a wonderfully absurd love story set in a run-down apartment in Taiwan — we will explore our artistic work from the perspective of the space of meaning that we open with it.

The Thematic Residency Program offers artists the opportunity to work independently with the mentorship of a visiting professional artist, curator or critic working in international contemporary art.  For two weeks every month artists retreat to Artscape Gibraltar Point on Toronto Islands, which provides short-term accommodation and studio space for artists to research and develop their contemporary art practice. Thematic residencies explore various models including studio work, formal lectures, group discussion, peer collaboration and outdoor retreats.  This direction allows individual residents to find common ground amongst each other’s disparate practices and establish new connections through communal dialogue.

Luis Jacob (BFA, 1996, University of Toronto) lives and works in Toronto, Ontario. Recent solo exhibitions include Show Your Wound (Galerie Max Mayer, Dusseldorf and Birch Libralato, Toronto) and Pictures At An Exhibition (Darling Foundry, Montreal); and group exhibitions Visible, Móvil, Vidente (Centro Párraga, Spain) and Oh, Canada (MASS MoCA, Massachusetts).

Image: Luis Jacob

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If you’re in Chicago, the Center for Book and Paper Arts at Columbia College is holding an exhibition of contemporary photo books that move beyond the artist monograph. I won’t be there, but At the Same Time will be!

DIY (Visits Chicago): Photographers and Books
Center for Book and Paper Arts
Columbia College
Chicago, IL

September 18 — December 7, 2013
Opening Reception: September 18, 5 – 8 pm
In association with the Wabash Arts Cooridor (WAC) Crawl and Expo Art Week

The Center for Book and Paper Arts will mount a second iteration of an exhibition exploring print-on-demand photo books. Originally curated by Barbara Tannenbaum for the Cleveland Museum of Art, DIY: Photographers and Books (2012) was the first museum show to focus on the impact of print-on-demand publishing on contemporary photographic practice. This is a juried exhibition focused on photobooks that move beyond the monograph. How do photographers engage the book form in ways that are experimentally visual and conceptual, while pushing the possibilities of print on demand publishing?

Jury
Greg Harris, Associate Curator, DePaul Art Museum
Karen Irvine, Curator & Associate Director, Museum of Contemporary Photography
Jessica Cochran, Curator of Exhibitions and Programs, Center for Book and Paper Arts
Steve Woodall, Director, Center for Book and Paper Arts

Exhibiting Artists
Rosaire Appel, Steven Beckly, Roberly Bell, Marissa Lee Benedict, Sarah Benning, Sarah Bodman, Tom Burtonwood, Javier Carmona, R. Clarke- Davis, Joerg M. Colberg, Sylvia De Swaan, Dennis DeHart, Robert Drea, Boo Gilder, Regan Golden, Marcella Hackbardt, Julian Jason Haladyn, Brian Harmon, Steve Harp, James Hugunin, Ani Katz, Nick Kline, Lewis Koch, Jenna Lynch, Emily Martin, Scott McCarney, Paula McCartney, Lydia Moyer, Laura Noel, David Parker, Mimi Plumb, Susan Porteous, Jeff Rathermel, Tom Sowden, Valerio Spada, Max Stolkin, Lex Thompson, Mary Jo Toles, Everett Williams, Nanette Wylde & Kent Manske, and Philip Zimmermann.

This exhibition is part of Chicago Artists Month 2013, the 18th annual celebration of Chicago’s vibrant art community presented by the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events. For more information, visit www.chicagoartistsmonth.org.

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In Your Pocket: What’s Your Sex? Videofag 187 Augusta Ave Kensington Market Toronto, ON
May 27, 20137 - 10 p.m.
Curated by Marcin Wisniewski
An intriguing and personal exploration of the immediacy and intimacy offered by the smart phone technology. Based around the ambiguous phrase “What’s Your Sex?”, the screening will present new works by Toronto-based artists Julian Calleros, Kiley May, and Mark Pariselli along with commissioned works by Steven Beckly, Aries Cheung, Beck Gilmer-Osborne, Coral Short, Clement Ng, Francisco Fernando-Gránados, Jesse Todd & Thom Emberton, Sarah D’Angelo, The Reading Salon, Grey Muldon, and Heath Daniels.
Presented by Inside Out Film Festival, Videofag, and Trinity Square Video.
Still from “News from Nowhere” by Jesse Todd & Thom Emberton.

In Your Pocket: What’s Your Sex?
Videofag
187 Augusta Ave
Kensington Market
Toronto, ON

May 27, 2013
7 - 10 p.m.

Curated by Marcin Wisniewski

An intriguing and personal exploration of the immediacy and intimacy offered by the smart phone technology. Based around the ambiguous phrase “What’s Your Sex?”, the screening will present new works by Toronto-based artists Julian Calleros, Kiley May, and Mark Pariselli along with commissioned works by Steven Beckly, Aries Cheung, Beck Gilmer-Osborne, Coral Short, Clement Ng, Francisco Fernando-Gránados, Jesse Todd & Thom Emberton, Sarah D’Angelo, The Reading Salon, Grey Muldon, and Heath Daniels.

Presented by Inside Out Film Festival, Videofag, and Trinity Square Video.

Still from “News from Nowhere” by Jesse Todd & Thom Emberton.

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One of a Kind Spring Show & Sale 2013Etsy Canada Emerging Talent March 27 – 31, 2013 Direct Energy Centre Exhibition Place, Toronto
SHOW HOURS Wed – Fri: 10am – 9pm Saturday: 10am – 9pm Sunday: 10am – 6pm
LATE NIGHT SHOPPING Thurs Mar 28: 10am – 11pm
I’m participating in the One of a Kind Spring Show & Sale 2013 in Etsy Canada’s Emerging Talent section. The Etsy Section showcases 40 talented Etsy sellers who are all first time One of a Kind exhibitors in their own special artisans section. Along with prints, postcards, and books, I’ll have some limited edition risograph posters for sale. Come see me at the show!
Here is a coupon code to get $3 off your tickets if you purchase online.

One of a Kind Spring Show & Sale 2013
Etsy Canada Emerging Talent
March 27 – 31, 2013
Direct Energy Centre
Exhibition Place, Toronto

SHOW HOURS
Wed – Fri: 10am – 9pm
Saturday: 10am – 9pm
Sunday: 10am – 6pm

LATE NIGHT SHOPPING
Thurs Mar 28: 10am – 11pm

I’m participating in the One of a Kind Spring Show & Sale 2013 in Etsy Canada’s Emerging Talent section. The Etsy Section showcases 40 talented Etsy sellers who are all first time One of a Kind exhibitors in their own special artisans section. Along with prints, postcards, and books, I’ll have some limited edition risograph posters for sale. Come see me at the show!

Here is a coupon code to get $3 off your tickets if you purchase online.

Filed under: news, print sale, one of a kind,
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Of the AfternoonExhibition & Issue #2 LaunchUnderground GalleryLondon, UK
February 28, 20136 – 9 pm
Featuring work by:John AlexanderJocelyn AllenSteven BecklyNicola BenfordAnthony GeraceJohannes GierlingerBernhard HandickHannah LaycockChris NunnRoss RawlingsAdele ReedNeringa RekasiuteKristina SalgvikSatu StoljarovaMaria SturmHanna Ukura
More info: https://www.facebook.com/events/410753479020240/
http://www.oftheafternoon.comhttp://www.undergroundgallery.co.uk/of-the-afternoon/

Of the Afternoon
Exhibition & Issue #2 Launch
Underground Gallery
London, UK

February 28, 2013
6 – 9 pm

Featuring work by:
John Alexander
Jocelyn Allen
Steven Beckly
Nicola Benford
Anthony Gerace
Johannes Gierlinger
Bernhard Handick
Hannah Laycock
Chris Nunn
Ross Rawlings
Adele Reed
Neringa Rekasiute
Kristina Salgvik
Satu Stoljarova
Maria Sturm
Hanna Ukura

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