Sushi Grass in Paradise (a story)
by Holly Lee
(28) Photographs in the Bedroom
"Haven't checked emails for weeks, will make it brief. Just to let you know, from the Thar Desert I'm jumping in Paul Salopek's epic walk. We've just arrived at Kalibangan, a less known site of Harappan culture. For days we tramped on debris of potsherds, bones and broken bricks. Paul still gets contemplative whenever he makes such encounters. After travelling on foot for more than six years, he turns much tanner and has worn out three pairs of shoes. But this is only 6,000 miles, less than a third of his 'across the world' journey. By the way I totally support the idea of the Photo Museum. How awesome can that be to know your friend won a lottery and would give it all to the great course of doing something for humanity. There's a lot on my mind that we can do, but I'm leaving that to my next email ... hugs from the land of 1.3 billions. Hill. Sent from my iPhone". Read more
A Private Viewing event of artwork by Gary Michael Dault
• Date: (Saturday) September 14 , 2019
• Time: 2 to 5 pm
• Venue: RSVP_50_GLADSTONE_AVENUE (Toronto)
• The event will be closed at 5 pm sharp.
• Limited to 20 RSVP registrants. Each registrant can bring one guest. (optional)
by Fiona Smyth
Seven Duets a Week
Lee Ka-sing began his diptych project in 2014. Over the years, more than a thousand diptychs were created. He describes the project as spontaneously as brush strokes on the pages of a sketchbook, or, a poem written daily. He calls these juxtaposition diptychs DUETS.
SEVEN DUETS A WEEK, is a weekly compiled inbox publication, with selection from his new and earlier diptychs. These diptych photographs, are also available as open editions in the format of 6.25 x 13 inches each.
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Travelling Palm Snapshots
by Tamara Chatterjee
India (December, 2016) –We drove several hours from Gangtok through the mountains; arriving at Ravongla to explore the Sikyamuni Buddha and marvel at the panoramic view of the Kanchenjunga. Bewildered at the size and splendour of the surroundings, we descended the meditative walk down through the garden below. The spectacular golden buddha and snow-capped peaks were more dramatic on our way out; enhanced by the blaze of orange and red hues, remnan26ts from the setting-sun.
by Kai Chan
by Cem Turgay
by Shelley Savor
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