Exhibitions Curated

  Exhibitions Curated

Arthur S. Goss: Works and Days, co-curated with John Bentley Mays, Ryerson Image Centre, Toronto, 2013.

Curatorial Essay (co-authored with John Bentley Mays): Arthur S. Goss: Works and Days

War at a Distance, co-curated with Karyn Sandlos, Roger I. Simon, Gallery TPW,Toronto, 2009.

Curatorial Essay (co-authored with Karyn Sandlos and Roger I. Simon): War at a Distance: Visual Culture and the Framing of Public Conversations about Canadian Forces in Afghanistan

Disaster Topographics, an exhibition featuring the work of David McMillan, Hiromi Tsuchida and Edward Burtynsky, Gallery TPW, Toronto, 2005.

Cuatorial Essay: Disaster Topographics

The Atomic Photographers Guild: Visibility and Invisibility in the Nuclear Era, co-curated with Robert Del Tredici, Gallery TPW, Toronto, 2001.                  

Curatorial Essay: The Atomic Photographers Guild: Visibility and Invisibility in the Nuclear Era

Retraced Histories: Vid Ingelevics, Ernie Kroeger, Wendy Oberlander Artspace, Peterborough, 2000.

Curatorial Essay: Retraced Histories

Exhibitions, Catalogues and Reviews of Photographic Work

The Everyday Life of the Berlin Wall, essay by Jill Glessing, Ciel Variable, #109, 2018.      

It’s All Happening So Fast: Counter-History of the Modern Canadian Environment, essay by Mirko Zardini, Canadian Center for Architecture, Montréal, 2016.

Blake Fitzpatrick: Recent Work, catalogue essays by Vid Ingelevics and Blake Fitzpatrick, The Visual Arts Center of Clarington, 2008.

Images of the Berlin Wall &   Freedom Rocks, The Ryerson Image Center, with exhibitions at the Canadian Embassy, Berlin and Consulate General of Germany, Toronto, 2009.

Artwork, Aesthetics and Public Memorialization, essay by Roger I. Simon, PUBLIC 42, Special Issue: Traces, Vol. 42, Winter, 2010.

The Oshawa Creek Project, essay by Melanie Johnston, Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa, 1999.

The Real Mackay, essay by Carolyn Bell Farrell and Margaret Rodgers, The Visual Arts Centre of Clarington, Bowmanville, 1998.

Work, Workers, Works: Rearranging the Land, essay by Susan Gibson Garvey, The Dalhousie Art Gallery, Halifax, 1997.

Displaced Histories, essay by Carol Payne, The Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography, Ottawa, 1995.

Beyond Stardom: The Sociological Photographs of Blake Fitzpatrick, essay by Joan Murray in Blake Fitzpatrick: Photographs of Science, The Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa, 1988.