For the Record: Roadmaps & Diaries
Juried Exhibition of Contemporary Photography
September 13 - October 19, 2014
Opening Reception: Thursday September 18, 7 - 9 PM

The proliferation of social media platforms, accessibility of photo-based applications and wide assortment of digital devices has brought forth a new generation of artists. The successive upkeep of new technology has enabled digital imagery to permeate our culture instantly. The photograph, once a source of truth and a time capsule for moments of significance is now an accessory to the daily routine that is propelled by the desire to preserve everything.

Images are frequently interjected with falsified facts and different versions of the same story. Reproductions of the same image test the value of a single photograph and assistance of digital resources distract from the intrinsic talent of the Artist. This juried exhibition asks artists in all stages of their careers to re-introduce photography as an art form within a contemporary framework.

Exhibition jurors include Susana Reisman, Artist/Co-Director at Circuit Gallery, Toronto; Darren Rigo, Artist/Head of Membership and Facilities at Gallery 44, Toronto and Megan Press, Artist/Curator at the Living Arts Centre Gallery, Mississauga.

Participating artists include: Mina Ao, Jason Brown, Catherine Chan, Philip Cheung, Brian Deignan,
Tim Forbes, Shannon Garden-Smith & Polina Teif, Cal Harben, Nicholas Kozak, Nicole Liao, Bogdan Luca,
Morris Lum, Robert Quance, Tom Ridout, Matthew Trahan
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Artworks in Public Spaces

Community Artists are now featured in two new exhibition spaces as part of a Centre-wide initiative to exhibit artwork beyond the gallery and throughout the Centre.

Lee Lidbury is a Canadian Landscape and Fine Art Photographer residing in Mississauga Ontario. “I approach the environments I photograph in a way that makes them feel more like a portrait. The work I create aims to evoke feelings of tranquility and stillness in its viewers”.

Lee Lidbury, The Clearing

Lee Lidbury, The Clearing, Photography, 2012

Margaret Stawicki, Which Way

Margaret Stawicki, Which Way, Mixed Medium, 2014

Margaret Stawicki is a Mississauga Artist who after more than 30 years as a graphic designer, gave up her career and devoted herself to her passion- painting. “My work tends to focus on the emotions of man. I like spaces without horizon. They represent vast possibilities in our life."

Andrea Beiko was born and raised in Mississauga Ontario and is a recent graduate of the Photographic Preservation and Collections Management Program at Ryerson University. She has loved making art as long as she can remember, seeing the world through a camera lens and capturing as much of it as possible.

Andrea Beiko, Marilyn

Andrea Beiko, Marilyn, Digital Photograph, 2013

Joe Passion, 3D Smarties

Joe Passion, 3D Smarties,
Abstract Textures & Mixed Media, Digital Print

Joe Passion is an artist with a unique vision and style. He creates whimsical images that can be boldly shocking or serenely beautiful.

He has been a full-time musician and Canadian recording artist for the past 30 years and though painting and sculpture has always been a hobby, Joe is now focussed on working in his own unique style. He considers Photoshop a tool like a brush, knife, sponge, stick, or even a finger.

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