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University College Main Building Toronto Canada  
3/30/16 Posted 3/30/16

The University College Main Building at No 15 King's College Circle on the University Of Toronto campus. Constructed in 1853, the building was severely damaged by a fire that gutted the entire eastern wing and the college library in 1890. More than 33,000 books were destroyed in the college library but within two years, the library was replenished through donations. University College was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1968.Original photography from 2010 using a Canon EOS T1i body... [more]

Art and Renewable Goods and Energy  
at THE MISSION July 10th, 2015 - August 22nd, 2015
Posted 8/18/15

By: Amy Haddad Michael and Yhelena Hall’s thought-provoking installation at The Mission in Chicago does more than draw attention to the environment. This show reveals practical solutions to contemporary problems. Partial exhibition shot of “Wilderness and Household.” Creating artwork that generates awareness to environmental issues is nothing new. Agnes Denes famously created “Wheatfield” in 1982. Two acres of wheat were planted and harvested in a Manhattan l... [more]

Working (it) Out with Gillian Dykeman: Kelly Jazvac   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Posted 7/10/15

Welcome to the fifth installation of the Artslant podcast series, Working (it) Out. My name is Gillian Dykeman, and I'm a visual artist living in Toronto, Ontario. This summer, I am interviewing artists to ask about the role of audience in their practice. Each interview will begin with one question: "Does art require an audience?" Working (it) Out with Gillian Dykeman Episode Five | Kelly Jazvac: Spoiler Alert Variable considerations for variable audiences (2:30) Presenting art to pa... [more]

Toronto Architecture 2015.02.25  
2/25/15 Posted 2/25/15

Black and white photos of various buildings and structures in and around the Toronto Canada area. Top to bottom: No 200 Bay St RBP South Tower Toronto Canada 2 Roadside Antiques Shop Apartment Buildings At Sunset From The Pape St Bridge Art Gallery of Ontario Exterior Stairs Ashbridges BayWater Treatment Plant 2 Brian CarsonThe Learning Curve Photography Profileon Google+ Learning Curve Photography Artslant Blog RSS via [more]

Mining Northern New Mexico: Human-made Tools to Solve Human-made Problems   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Jonathan Blaustein, Nina Elder, Debbie Long at University of New Mexico Harwood Museum of Art February 22nd, 2014 - May 4th, 2014
Posted 3/28/14

In the stark, grandiose landscapes of Northern New Mexico, it is easy to see the human element as small. Significant to be sure, but comparatively outweighed by the beauty and immensity that radiates so gracefully and quietly from big-sky vistas. Compared to the dramatic landscape, the human presence is more akin to interference, a disruption of the Wild West. The byproducts of this human disruption therefore mar the land more visibly and more violently against the backdrop of high desert and moun... [more]

Land-Art Legend Nancy Holt Passes On (1938-2014)  
2/13/14 Posted 2/13/14

Sun Tunnels (1976) via CLUI Photographer, videographer, and sculptor Nancy Holt, 75, passed away Saturday in Manhattan after fighting a long battle with Leukemia. Holt, best known for her monumental sized sculptures in Southwest, was one of the first, and most notable, pioneers of the Land-art movement of the 60s and 70s. She was a rarity in her time, both as a woman in an art world still largely dominated by men and as an artist eschewing the gallery for on-site installations. Over her fifty-year... [more]

Toronto Canada Skyline At Sunset From The Pape St Bridge  
1/17/14 Posted 1/17/14

The Toronto Canada skyline just before sunset on a very cold December late afternoon. Photo from the Pape St pedestrian bridge near Pape and Gerrard Sts.Canon EOS 60D body with a Sigma 17-70mm f2.8 DC Macro OS lens. Silver EFEX Pro as a Lightroom plugin for the B&W conversion.Brian CarsonThe Learning Curve [more]

No 18 York St Toronto Canada  
6/17/13 Posted 6/17/13

No 18 York St in Toronto Canada color version. Brian CarsonThe Learning Curve Photography [more]

Roy Thompson Hall 1 Toronto Canada  
4/30/13 Posted 4/30/13

Detail of the glass and steel dome of Roy Thompson Hall at No 60 Simcoe St in Toronto Canada. Brian CarsonThe Learning Curve Photography [more]

No 1 Concorde Gate Toronto Canada  
4/25/13 Posted 4/25/13

Making an attempt at a 365ish project. One photo a day!! We'll see. Stay tuned. [more]

Artist Statement  
3/29/13 Posted 3/29/13

Maia Stefana Oprea is a Romanian born painter. She holds a BFA in Painting from the National Art University of Bucharest, and has pursued temporary studies at the Savannah College of Art and Design,USA, and at the Ecole Superieure d'Art de Grenoble, France, being awarded an Erasmus Scholarshsip. “ Painting is located in the center of my artistic interests, and through it I investigate concepts of time, memory, absence, waste, decay, violence, identity, subjectivity and vulnerability. The purpose behind my latest... [more]

1500th Upload To Flickr  
3/14/13 Posted 3/14/13

  Uploaded my ! 1500th ! photo to Flickr this afternoon. 1500th upload to Flickr - No 123 Front St W Toronto Canada [more]

1500th Upload To Flickr  
3/14/13 Posted 3/14/13

  Uploaded my ! 1500th ! photo to Flickr this afternoon. [more]

New Post On The Learning Curve Photography Homepage  
2/25/13 Posted 2/25/13

  Brand new post up on the homepage titled Toronto Architecture 10. There are 10 black and white images of various buildings and structures in and around the Toronto area. Drop by and have a look, comments are always welcome. Toronto Architecture 10 : Learning Curve Photography : [more]

The Body Electric: Graves New World by Legacy Russell  
9/29/12 Posted 3/7/13

dis magazine, by Legacy Russell, about Kathleen J Graves recent works. [more]

An Exception - Another Favorite Work from De Young Museum, San Francisco  
2/5/12 Posted 2/5/12

Originally posted on Despite the rule I made that I would only cite two pieces from each museum I've visited, I decided to cite a third from the De Young Museum, San Francisco. The reason for this exception is that I just lost a dear friend, and it was only recently we visited that museum together. I am left with an indelible image of my friend in front of the piece I want to cite today. I will forever cherish the memory of her, from many times and places, inclu... [more]

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