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Fading Dreams: The Photography of William Eakin

29 May, 2020

Fading Dreams: The Photography of William Eakin

Time keeps on slippin', slippin', slippin' into the future go the lyrics of a classic rock song, but it's also an apt phrase to keep in mind while considering the work of photographer William Eakin. Time – historical time, as well as geological and ideological time – weighs heavily on his work. Looking at his deceptively simple depictions of mid-century watch faces, bottle caps and re-photographed Polaroids, we are reminded of time's passage, how it not only imprints itself on objects we've produced and discarded, but how its passing also affects us emotionally and physically. 
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FFOTO's Five Quarantine Questions for Sophie Hackett, Deanna Pizzitelli, and Adad Hannah

15 May, 2020

FFOTO's Five Quarantine Questions for Sophie Hackett, Deanna Pizzitelli, and Adad Hannah

This is it! The final FF/QQ post (for now). Three dozen artists and culture workers contributed their voices to this series, telling us what's keeping them engaged with their social and artistic communities, and sharing links to online and offline resources that are helping them to make the best of these strange circumstances we're all experiencingIn this post we hear from photography curator Sophie Hackett, and artists Deanna Pizzitelli and Adad Hannah. Enjoy and share!
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FFOTO's Five Quarantine Questions for Barbara Cole, Virginia Mak, and John Lucas

13 May, 2020

FFOTO's Five Quarantine Questions for Barbara Cole, Virginia Mak, and John Lucas

This penultimate FF/QQ checks in with Barbara Cole and Virginia Mak, two fine-art photographers who make compositions imbued with richly narrative elements; and documentary photographer John Lucas, whose first collection of evocative explorations of Soviet-era Russia from 1981 have just been added to FFOTO's inventory - a second series, comprising pairs of polaroids from that same journey, will be available to collectors in June. 
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FFOTO's Five Quarantine Questions for Rita Leistner, Skawennati, and Bill Clarke

06 May, 2020

FFOTO's Five Quarantine Questions for Rita Leistner, Skawennati, and Bill Clarke

FF/QQ 9 brings responses from documentary photographer/filmmaker Rita Leistner, whose fable-like series, The Tree Planters, is the subject of her upcoming film; and Skawennati, whose art addresses history, the future, and change from her perspective as an urban Mohawk woman and as a cyberpunk avatar. Joining them is Bill Clarke, a Toronto-based writer known for his thoughtful art commentaries and his impressive collection of art and artist publications/multiples.
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FFOTO's Five Quarantine Questions for Guillaume Simoneau, Cara Barer, and MaryAnn Camilleri

28 Apr, 2020

FFOTO's Five Quarantine Questions for Guillaume Simoneau, Cara Barer, and MaryAnn Camilleri

FF/QQ 8 checks in with Guillaume Simoneau, a Montreal-based artist whose recent project MURDER was published to great acclaim by MACK Books; with Cara Barer, who transforms old maps and texts into objects of beauty in her Houston studio; and with Toronto's MaryAnn Camilleri, Founder of The Magenta Foundation and its renowned Flash Forward Competition for Emerging Photographers, now in its 16th year. 
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