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Current Issue: SUMMER 2017

CODES + SYMBOLS

STEPHANIE YEE

URSULA JOHNSON

JORDAN BENNETT

You Are Here

You Are Here

Opening Reception: Thursday, April 6, 6 – 8pm
Artist Talk: Sunday, April 16, 2pm

In this new series of work Roxanne has been responding to media representations of people and places. With this body of work she is asking the viewer to consider the ordinary world that surrounds them. Roxanne has been a member of ViewPoint Gallery since 2004, and has art work in the collection of the Canada Council Art Bank, the Nova Scotia Art Bank, the collection of Mount St. Vincent University Art Gallery, and in private collections.

Shout-Out

Shout-Out

Exhibition Running:
Opening Reception: Thursday, March 2, 6 – 8pm
Artist Talk: Sunday, March 12, 2pm

Shout-Out is a ViewPoint Guest Solo Exhibition by Philip Joy. The exhibition is a LGBTQ project designed to give voices to the community and provide greater awareness of the lives of people within it. LGBTQ individuals were invited to tell their stories through candid portraits and short pieces of text.

Postcards from Cuba

Postcards from Cuba

The photographs in the Postcards from Cuba exhibit were taken in March 2014 when the photographer, Kathleen Flanagan, visited Havana, the capital city of Cuba, and Remedios and Caibarien, two small coastal cities in Cuba.  The images depict Cuba before the impact of recent major events – the lifting of the 50-year American embargo in December 2014, the election of Donald Trump on November 8, 2016, and the death of Fidel Castro on November 25, 2016.  Guided by documentary traditions, the images depict a country in transition as seen with a visitor’s eye and empathy.

Kathleen Flanagan, Girl with keys, Caibarien, Cuba, March 2014

SymphoNY

SymphoNY

Artist Talk: Sunday, January 15, 2pm

SymphoNY is a ViewPoint Member Solo Exhibition by Stephen Brake. SymphoNY is based on a series of images Stephen took from 2006 to 2007 while in New York City. Using a slow shutter technique on the streets of Manhattan, he created blurred images of people and things moving around the solidity of the city. Stephen has been making photographic images for over 30 years. He studied photography at NSCAD University, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography. He is passionate about creating visually inspiring photographs. His expertise in light and composition guide him in capturing compelling images that tell a story and invoke a sense of place.