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In Conversation: John Hryniuk

28 Jun, 2021

In Conversation: John Hryniuk

John Hryniuk is FFOTO's latest addition to our roster of exclusive artists. John began making photographs as an adolescent, going on to build a successful career as a commercial photographer and photojournalist. While taking on editorial assignments, he also pursued a parallel fine art practice. 

John concentrates on making photographs that tell human stories in relatable ways. His observations of the absurdities of everyday situations suggest the fullness of his human subjects' lives - the wry smile of Anthony Bourdain, the playfulness of the Covid portraits, mischievous monks, cowboys, and street vendors.

To introduce collectors to these photographs, we asked John to tell us a bit about his background, his art practice, and stories behind some of his compositions. 

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In Conversation: Denis Farley

14 Jun, 2021

In Conversation: Denis Farley

Denis Farley uses photography to explore elements of nature alongside concepts of measurement, observation, surveillance, and data transmission. In his latest work, made primarily under Covid-19 lockdown conditions, Farley returns to past projects for inspiration. We invited Denis to participate in an email Q&A to discuss his art practice and how it led to his two latest series, Cosmologies and R&D
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Barbara Alper: In Conversation - Vintage Prints

11 Apr, 2021

Barbara Alper: In Conversation - Vintage Prints

Barbara Alper’s long career as a photojournalist, street photographer, and fine art photographer is well-represented in our selection of items available through our partnership with Getty Images Gallery. Now, Barbara is opening her personal photo archive to offer collectors access to a selection of vintage prints.

Barbara and I got together via Zoom to talk about her art practice and some favourite pictures from her archives. We covered a lot of ground, which I’ve broken up into two elements; a 15-minute video tour of vintage prints conducted by Barbara from her studio in New York City, followed by additional transcribed commentary from Barbara outlining aspects of her life and career. 

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In Conversation: Chris Thomaidis

10 Feb, 2021

In Conversation: Chris Thomaidis

We welcomed Chris Thomaidis to our roster of FFOTO Exclusive artists after discovering his refined artistic sensibility and ongoing curiosity for where the camera might lead him. His successful career as a commercial photographer complemented a dedicated, parallel fine-art practice that he has come to make his creative priority in recent years. I met with Chris (via Zoom, of course) to talk about his art practice. We covered a lot of territory – from discussing how Chris found his way to becoming an artist, his time as a commercial photographer and how that honed his observational skills, artistic inspirations, and more... 
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In Conversation: Janice Reid

02 Nov, 2020

In Conversation: Janice Reid

Janice Reid is an emerging artist based in Brampton, Ontario and a new artist on FFOTO.com. Recently FFOTO’s Cassie Spires sat down with Janice for an interview exploring her two series, Real Love and Pressure. The interview also examines Janice’s practice, the impact of the pandemic, her future plans, and more.
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In Conversation: Wayne Dunkley

05 Oct, 2020

In Conversation: Wayne Dunkley

Late this summer, Cassie Spires at FFOTO had the pleasure of speaking with Wayne Dunkley. Wayne is newly represented by FFOTO, so it was an enlightening conversation that provided context for his artworks on FFOTO.com. Moreover, the conversation supplied rich insight into Wayne’s deeply perceptive and empathetic process. The interview describes the impact that he hopes his art has on viewers, and in fact the interview itself can be cause for self-reflection.
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