"Garrison Creek: Pigeon with broken wing, Crawford Street, Toronto, 2016" is available, along with the work of many other Fraction artists, for purchase for a limited time from the Fraction Holiday Print Sale, on now. Please check out the sale and consider a print or book that will support both the photographers and Fraction!
I'm a big fan of the local library. Here is my review of Kerry Mansfield's Expired in the October Fraction.
There were three photography exhibits on at the Art Gallery of Ontario this summer: Photography Collection 1840s – 1880s, Free Black North, and Mark Lewis: Canada. Together they raise a lot of interesting questions about the materiality and trajectories of photography especially as the 20th century is entirely absent. I reviewed all three together for Fraction.
These are my notes on my neighborhood, imagining the ongoing influence of the underground "lost river," the Garrison Creek: instagram.com/mudlarkingonthegarrison
Leo Hsu is based in Toronto, ON and Pittsburgh, PA.