Catherine Canac-Marquis
Photographer

Catherine Canac-Marquis (b. 1988) is a photo-based artist from Quebec City, Canada. Her work is mainly focused on global issues, environmentalism, the concept of territory, and the documentary role of the photographic medium. She received her BFA with Distinction in Photography from Concordia University in 2017, and she is currently pursuing a Graduate Certificate in Climate Change in Long Beach, CA. She was a Flash Forward Emerging Photographer Competition winner in 2017, and she was awarded one of three Canada-wide AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize Scholarships in 2016. Her work has been included in solo and group exhibitions at The Reykjavik Museum of Photography (Reykjavik, 2019), The Letter Bet (Montreal, 2018), and Gallery 44 | Centre for Contemporary Photography (Toronto, 2017).

Catherine Canac-Marquis
Photographer

Catherine Canac-Marquis (b. 1988) is a photo-based artist from Quebec City, Canada. Her work is mainly focused on global issues, environmentalism, the concept of territory, and the documentary role of the photographic medium. She received her BFA with Distinction in Photography from Concordia University in 2017, and she is currently pursuing a Graduate Certificate in Climate Change in Long Beach, CA. She was a Flash Forward Emerging Photographer Competition winner in 2017, and she was awarded one of three Canada-wide AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize Scholarships in 2016. Her work has been included in solo and group exhibitions at The Reykjavik Museum of Photography (Reykjavik, 2019), The Letter Bet (Montreal, 2018), and Gallery 44 | Centre for Contemporary Photography (Toronto, 2017).

  • popular
    Oct 5, 2023 – Apr 14, 2024
    Institut Valencià d’Art Modern / IVAM
    Valencia, Spain
    What is “popular”? Popular is not fame or celebrity. Popular is not the products of mass culture. Popular is not pop. Popular is not the art of the people, nor the identity of the country, nor the symbols of the nation. The popular is not the product of the proletariat or the craftsmanship of the working classes. The popular is not folklore. The popular is not clichés or tourist souvenirs.The popular is not visual candy, one-euro merchandise, advertising royalties. Popular is somewhere in-between all of that (more…)
  • Tyrone Williams & Madison Dinelle: Chiasm
    Publication
    Ceremony Press
    International
    Many photographers have experimented with the ‘Call & Response’ model of collaboration, where images function like links in a chain – a visual duel, or game of chess. This book, in which these two photographers pair up their photographs, feels more to me like a matching card game. Chiasm describes in biology the point at which two filamentous structures like a tendon or nerve diagonally intersect in an X (more…)