Brave New World

INFOCUS PHOTO EXHIBIT

These images are from the seventh annual InFocus, an exhibition of contemporary Canadian photography curated by Alexis Marie Chute and Aaron Chute, at Wild Skies Gallery in the Renaissance Edmonton Airport Hotel, Feb 1–Apr 9.

Gerhard Kaiser, “COVID Operations,” Windsor, Ont., Apr 3, 2020, next to the closed Ambassador Bridge between Detroit and Windsor.

Colin Vince, “Life in 2020,” Edmonton.

Paul Seaton, “Curb Your Appetite,” Winona, Ont., Jul 2020.

George Pimentel, “Fashion Show with Police Officer,” Toronto, Ont., Sep 12, 2020. An officer holds traffic on Queen Street as models walk to an outdoor runway for a show by fashion label RVNG.

George Pimentel, “Yoga in Dome,” Toronto, Ont., Jun 23, 2020. Indoor facilities were closed.

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Brave New World

INFOCUS PHOTO EXHIBIT These images are from the seventh annual InFocus, an exhibition of contemporary Canadian photography curated by Alexis Marie Chute and Aaron Chute, at Wild Skies Gallery in the Renaissance Edmonton Airport Hotel, Feb 1–Apr 9.

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