Photorama 35 at Gallery TPW

Gallery TPW’s annual fundraising exhibition Photorama returns for its 35th year with a not-to-miss collection of contemporary photography and lens-based art by over 50 artists.

Sales from Photorama directly support the gallery’s charitable mandate of exhibiting underrepresented artistic and curatorial practices that push the boundaries of lens-based work.

NEW this year is Photorama Editions – a curated collection of ten small works each priced at $120 or $1,000 for the full collection by Isabel Okoro, Eve Tagny, Elizabeth Milton, Juan Ortiz-Apuy, Celia Perrin Sidarous, Ananna Rafa, Kotama Bouabane, Christopher Lacroix, Chris Shepherd and Jocelyn Reynolds. 

Tag along with me on this tour at Gallery TPW’s Photorama 35.

Katherine Melancon, Nature Morte – Champs des Possibles, 2017

Scott Benesiinaabandan, newlandia: fragment, 2018

Juan Ortiz-Apuy, Midnight Poison, inkjet print, 2020, Photorama Editions

Graeme Wahn, Lazy V Bouquet, 2017

Elizabeth Milton, The Bottom of the Fountain is Painted Turquoise, 2019, Photorama Editions

Christopher Lacroix, Hold tight, I have a story (I am sorry), inkjet prints, 2019, Photorama Editions

Jennifer Murphy, Mallow, collage, 2021, 22 x 22 inches

Xuan Ye, Deep Aware Triads—vivirvivirvivir no.1, mounted giclee print, 2020-2021, 24 inches in diameter

Alison Postma, August Swim, archival pigment print, 2020, 16 x 20 inches

Tom Hsu, Blue Roo, 2017 & Red Glows Behind, 2020, both inkjet print, 8 x14 inches

Blair Swann (L-R) Wrist (a list of things I can’t hold onto) & Palm (a list of things I can’t hold onto), both 2021, collage, 4 x 5 inches

Ryan Van Der Hout, Ascension, pigment print, 2021, 24 x 20 inches

Bidemi Oloyede, Bay Street, Toronto, inkjet print, 2018, 28 x 20 inches

Photo Journal by Cathy Liu

*Exhibition information: Photorama 35, in-gallery and online exhibition and sale, November 19 – December 4, 2021, Gallery TPW, 170 St. Helens Ave Toronto. Gallery hours: Wed – Sat, 11 am – 5 pm.

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