"Art is love clothed in beauty" - G. Segantini
Jamie Dolinko Joins The Collective
'Blue Sedan, Havana' by Jamie Dolinko
After studying photography at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam, Jamie went on to graduate from the Ontario College of Art in 1990. She received her MFA in photography from the School of Visual Arts, New York in 1992. Her work has been shown throughout Europe and North America at galleries and museums including Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE); The New Museum of Contemporary Art, NY; the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art; Arti et Amicitae, Amsterdam; and the Eindhoven Center of Contemporary Art.
Shows include 'After Photography' by Roy Arden, 'High-rise Studies' at the Belkin Satellite Gallery, 'The Lagoon' at Stanley Park Nature House, and Capture Photography Festival Skytrain Installation (King Edward Station). Her work has been reviewed in Canadian Art, the Globe and Mail, the Village Voice and the New York Times.
Jamie currently lives in Vancouver.
NEW AT THE GALLERY :
'Hastings and Abbott' by Larry Wolfson
26.75" x 37" | Archival Pigment Print on Epson Hot Press Bright 100% Cotton Rag
Mounted , unframed $750
FEATURED THIS MONTH: CINEMATIC PHOTOGRAPHY
1/18th by Bjoern Obst
Limited edition 1/5
Boxed set of 6- 11”x14” prints
Originally captured on 8mm movie film in the late '60s an early '70s, selected groups of frames
have been extracted from the film and presented in still format.
Printed on Canson Rag Photographique using Epson Ultrachrome archival pigment ink.
UPCOMING EXHIBITION :
'Whispering Spirits' by Jochi
13 September - 4 October 2014
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