Circuit Gallery

 

Current Exhibition

Embedded
Donald Weber, Dima Gavrysh

April 10 - May 3, 2014

Opening Reception: Thursday April 10, 6-9 PM

Circuit Gallery presents Embedded, a two-person exhibition featuring work by Canadian photographer Donald Weber, from his new project War Sand, and Ukrainian born, U.S. based photographer Dima Gavrysh, from his award winning project Inshallah.

As Canada's troops leave Afghanistan and we prepare to mark the centenary of the First World War, Embedded offers a timely look at war and the extents to which we can experience it through photography.

Donald Weber, Omaha Beach, Sector Charlie (detail), 2011

Current Exhibition

Embedded
Donald Weber, Dima Gavrysh

April 10 - May 3, 2014

Opening Reception: Thursday April 10, 6-9 PM

Circuit Gallery presents Embedded, a two-person exhibition featuring work by Canadian photographer Donald Weber, from his new project War Sand, and Ukrainian born, U.S. based photographer Dima Gavrysh, from his award winning project Inshallah.

As Canada's troops leave Afghanistan and we prepare to mark the centenary of the First World War, Embedded offers a timely look at war and the extents to which we can experience it through photography.

Dima Gavrysh, Kandahar #1, from the series Inshallah (detail), 2011

Featured Artist

Akihiko Miyoshi

Circuit Gallery is pleased to offer work by Portland-based artist Akihiko Miyoshi, including work from his project entitled Abstract Photographs which we recently exhibited in the 2013 Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.

In Abstract Photographs Miyoshi explores the intersection between art and technology, centrally dealing with questions specific to photographic representation by cleverly exploiting the conventions of perception and representation and creating tensions between digital and analogue techniques.

Akihiko Miyoshi, Abstract Photograph (122111a) - detail, 2011

Featured Artist

Robert Bean

Circuit Gallery is excited to offer work by senior Canadian artist Robert Bean from his series Writing Machines.

About these Editions

Exploring the idea of obsolescence, in this case obsolete technology, Robert Bean gives us a series of exquisite photographs of typewriters taken at the Peter Mitterhofer Typewriter Museum in Partschins, Italy. These "writing machines" are part of Bean's ongoing project investigating photography and its relationship to memory, technology, language and experience.

Left: Robert Bean, Crandall, 2006

Projects + Collaborations

Art from Montreal in collaboration with Satellite Magazine

Circuit Gallery is pleased to partnering with Satellite Magazine to offer a series of limited-edition artworks from the magazine. Satellite is an exciting new biannual magazine that focuses on cities, culture and politics. Each issue features an in-depth look at a single city, alongside interviews, art, and nonfiction.

Our collaboration starts with their second issue, which focuses on the city of Montreal, and features great work by: Marie-Claire Blais, Thomas Kneubühler and Matt Shane.

Thomas Kneubuhler, Electric Mountain #14, 2009

Featured Artist

Robert Canali

Circuit Gallery is pleased to offer work by Toronto based artist Robert Canali from his project In Dust.

About these Editions

Robert Canali gives us a series of highly abstract and beautiful images about light and its corollary colour. Exploring the oppositions between the tangible and the intangible, abstraction and representation, Canali uses the very materials of photography—glass, paper, film, fluorescent tubes—to give objective representation to the essential yet utterly immaterial aspects of the medium.

From the series In Dust, 2010

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Alejandro Cartagena

Circuit Gallery is pleased to offer a striking series of new works by Mexican-based photographer Alejandro Cartagena from his award winning project Car Poolers.

Offering a different take on 'car pooling', Cartagena continues his pointed investigation of the complex issues relating to unhampered suburban expansion.

Alejandro Cartagena, Untitled Car Poolers #2 (detail), 2011

Featured Artist

Susana Reisman

Circuit Gallery is excited to offer new work by Toronto-based artist Susana Reisman from her series Domestic Disclosures.

About these Editions

Creating homages from objects found around her house – food stuff, office supplies, dishes and cleaning items – Reisman playfully speaks to the ‘history of art’ and engages with the idea of influence. Here she playfully nods towards William Wegman's series Before/On/After from 1972.

Susana Reisman,Permutations (after William Wegman) #7, 2009
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