This is a work that came about during my recent consolidation of images past, present, (and future?) . The projection happened in the early 90′s when I was experimenting with arbitrary images I had shot on streets, off television sets and so on, then projecting them on houses, walls, backyards, etc. and re photographing them. . . . → Read More: Walking Turcot Yards: Untitled (The Woman In Red)
For years I have been an outspoken critic about the rampant development on Nun’s Island. Every time a new highrise goes up there is at least a couple hundred more cars stepping in line to get on that bridge to somewhere. Too much of a money maker for some in Verdun, and a sign that . . . → Read More: Walking Turcot Yards: Nun’s Island Is Awesome!
Hope to see a lot of you at the vernissage this Saturday between 4 and 7, if not, please drop by during the month. I feel this is the best show I have done yet in terms of it’s scope of ideas, blending old projects with new and the ever ongoing.
Cafe . . . → Read More: Walking Turcot Yards: Neath Turcot Exhibition at Cafe Victoria Through April
Danielle Plamondon is one of the most respected, admired, and loved urban explorers on the planet. From the abandoned factories of Montreal and the rooftops of Europe, through the sewer systems of London and Paris, she has photographed these locations with a passionate eye and a creative energy that radiates throughout her images.
Her . . . → Read More: Walking Turcot Yards: Danielle Plamondon at Cafe Victoria in Verdun