Featuring photographs taken while in isolation during the early days of the pandemic in Grey County, Ontario, Natural Order presents immensely detailed scenes of a thawing Canadian forest.
The new Anthropocene Project calls out our impact on the planet—from water pollution to deforestation—and makes us aware of how we shape environmental change.
From artists Edward Burtynsky, Jennifer Baichwal, and Nicholas de Pencier comes a sobering photography and multimedia exhibition.
A new 396-page book from Kim Bozak and Rita Field-Marsham celebrates Canadians who embody freedom and expression.
Examining Edward Burtynsky’s work is an exercise in truth and consequence. Whether you find evidence of environmental disruption or are simply stunned by the scale and force of Burtynsky’s work, you will eventually land somewhere in the realm of the artist’s message: we were there.
Incredibly gifted and uncompromising, artist Edward Burtynsky celebrates two decades of creating powerful photographs that hit home again and again with his signature, staggering punch. In his enduring global hunt for evidence of industrial scarring of our planet, this 49-year old artist has steadfastly refused to become jingoistic about his profound concern for nature, and our relationship to it.