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Feb. 6, 2018

We are saddened to share news of the passing of British activist, community workshop organizer, and photographer Terry Dennett (1938–2018).

While Terry spent most of his professional life as staff photographer at the London Zoo, his extracurricular photographic practice was inextricably linked to the work of feminist photographer Jo Spence (1934–1992).

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Jan. 31, 2018

This season, the Ryerson Image Centre (RIC) invites visitors to take an active role in its new exhibition, Collaboration. A Potential History of Photography.

This experimental show suggests that photography—a medium traditionally understood as one dominated by singular creative adventurers—is better defined by collaboration and interaction.

Designed to be open-ended, Collaboration invites visitors to participate in the reshaping of photographic meanings through an expansive program of conversations, encounters, and workshops.

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Jan. 23, 2018

This winter, the Ryerson Image Centre (RIC) presents a series of experimental shows confronting the traditional power dynamic between photographer and subject. 

Collaboration: A Potential History of Photography suggests that photography—a medium traditionally understood as one dominated by singular creative adventurers—is better defined by collaboration and interaction.

longside this exhibition, Jim Goldberg’s seminal series Rich and Poor (1977 to 1985) exemplifies this relationship by pairing his portraits with revealing self-observations from his subjects, inscribed directly on the photographs.

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