Photo Shows in the Ottawa Area – January 2016

New Listings

Alice’s Village Café, 3773 Carp Road
2 January – 29 February
Ginny Fobert.
http://alicesvillagecafe.com/artist

Atrium Gallery, Ben Franklin Place
8 January – 10 February
Ginny Fobert
Transformation
Vernissage 12 January, 6-8pm
http://ottawa.ca/en/liveculture/atrium-gallery

Central Art Garage, 66 B Lebreton St. North, Ottawa, Canada
8 January
Amalie Atkins
Wundermärchen
a series of photographic stills from Amalie Atkins’ ongoing body of films titled, we live on the edge of disaster and imagine we are in a musical.
http://allevents.in/ottawa/wunderm%C3%A4rchen-solo-exhibition-by-amalie-atkins/847234142061367#

Exposure Gallery, 1255 Wellington West (above Thyme & Again)
12 January – onward
Richard Robesco
War Beaches
http://www.exposuregallery.ca/exhibitions

Oh so Good Desserts, 201 Richmond Rd.
10 January – 4 March
Mario Cerroni, Rob Huntley, Janet McGee and others
Cuba Photography
Vernissage 10 January, 2-4 pm

Ottawa School of Art Downtown, 35 George St.
11 January 11 – 14 February
Norman Takeuchi
Hard Street
The tragedy of living in zones of harrowing conflict and unimaginable hardships.
Vernissage Thursday, 14 January, 5 – 8 p.m
http://artottawa.ca/event/norman-takeuchi-hard-street/

Trinity Gallery, Shenkman Arts Centre, Orleans
7 January 7 to 9 February
Michelle Valberg:
Arctic Kaleidoscope
portrays the genuine richness and beauty of the Arctic and its people
Meet the artist event: 10 January

http://shenkmanarts.ca/en/galleries_galeries/calendar_calendrier/index.htm#trinity

Vistek Gallery, 499 Bank St.
January
Peter Wright
Lost Roads

Shows Continuing from Previous Months

Canadian Museum of Nature, 240 McLeod
Until 20 March 2016
Canadian Wildlife Photography of the Year
http://nature.ca/en/plan-your-visit/what-see-do/our-exhibitions/canadian-wildlife-photography-year

Karsh Masson Gallery, City Hall,
10 December – 17 January
This is Us Now: Additions to the City of Ottawa Art Collection
The 2015 accessions feature the work of many photographers, including some from the RA Photo Club like Glenn Bloodworth, Abigail Gossage and Freeman Keats

SPAO, Red Wall Gallery, 168 Dalhousie
(Continuing with the gift show, but to be replaced shortly)

University of Ottawa, Fauteux Hall, Room 570, 57 Louis Pasteur
Human Rights Research and Education Centre
Nov. 5, 2015 to Jan. 29, 2016
Samer Muscati, of Human Rights Watch
The Unfinished Revolution
, a moving account of the shifting fates of women and girls in a period of profound global transition

If you would like to ensure your upcoming photo show is included here, please advise Bill Woodley at  woodleycw@aol.com.

Post redacted by Bill Woodley.

Credits: The above picture was downloaded from the Hard Street exposition website from Norman Takeuchi.

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