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Hart House Camera Club

87th Annual Exhibition of Photography

March 18 – April 19, 2009

 

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winners

Senior Division Black & White – A.F. Coventry Award

Winner

Black Button

Polina Teif

Runner Up

The Swarm

Giulio Buttino

Junior Division Black & White – K.B. Jackson Award

Winner

Neighbourhood

Rob Graham

Runner Up

Rock

Rob Graham

Honourable Mention

Tranquillity

Rob Graham

Karsh Division – Karsh Trophy

Winner

Waiting

Art Chow

Runner Up

Frosh

Andriy Vorobyov

Honourable Mention

Hair Dresser

W. H. (Tony) Chen

Colour Prints Division – Hart House Award

Winner

Black Friars Bridge

Saad Chahine

Runner Up

Chicago Cloud

Saad Chahine

Honourable Mention

Glasgow Is Burning

Daniel Stern

 

The Beach

Wanying Zhu

Digital Division: Altered – W.J. Blakhall Award

Winner

Ice Castle

Alexandra Tkatcheva

Runner Up

Climb

Ian Cox-Leigh

Honourable Mention

Earth Maiden

Alexandra Tkatcheva

 

Tufa

Ian Cox-Leigh

 

Hollyhock

Art Chow

Digital Divison: Unaltered – William J. Dowkes Award

Winner

Untitled, Toronto

F. Mueller-Fischler

Runner Up

Blue Butterfly

Giulio Buttino

Honourable Mention

Anemone

Art Chow

 

Untitled

Jonathan Lung

 

Untitled

Andriy Vorobyov

 

Tangerine Sunset

Babar Khurshid

 

In Eternal Remembrance

Ren-Hui Yoong

 

Astoria Bridge

Ian Cox-Leigh

 

1936 Olympic Village – Wall Detail

David Yu

 

Tranquillity (Sul-ak Mt., Korea)

Ho-Young Koo

 

Home Sweet Home (Tofino, BC)

Ingrid Morgan

 

Rope Rounds

Danielle Berger

 

Dean Gallery, Edinburgh

Daniel Stern

 

Untitled

Dong Su

 

The Passion

Giulio Buttino

 

Lap Dog

Giulio Buttino

Photographic Essay Division – Bev Best Award

Winner

Against Adversity: A Cambodian Childhood

Ren-Hui Yoong

Runner Up

Forgotten

Fiona Chiu

Honourable Mention

Puno to Cuzco, Peru, July 10 2007

Jason Uchida-Cook

Gilbert A. Milne Trophy

For Highest Total Number of Accepted Entries in all Print Categories

Giulio Buttino

 

The Judges

Bruce Kuwabara

Founder of KPMB Architects, Bruce has been internationally recognized as one of Canada’s leading architects, and has earned distinction with 10 Governor General’s Awards (Canada’s highest architectural honour). His commitment to making architecture that ensures the vitality of cultural, educational and social institutions has also contributed to raising the international profile of Canadian architecture. Kuwabara is the design partner for Canada’s National Ballet School (NBS), the Gardiner Museum and the Bell Lightbox for the Toronto International Film Festival; has directed the majority of the firm’s competition-winning schemes, including the Vaughan Civic Centre, the Canadian Embassy in Berlin, and Le Quartier Concordia for Concordia University; and has taught at the Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design at the University of Toronto and at the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University.

Taffi Rosen

Canadian born Taffi Rosen’s still photography has taken her around the world shooting campaigns for fashion, editorial and advertising clients. Taffi has garnered numerous awards for her photography and her personal work, which has appeared in prestigious international publications and exhibitions. For seven years Taffi worked at the award winning Network Bravo! as one of only two videographers. She demonstrates her ability to see behind the surface of well-known international artists while capturing art in motion. In 2004, Redhead Entertainment Inc., an independent production company, was launched to produce the critically acclaimed interview series „IN THE MIND OF“ (aired on Bravo! And Biography), videos and photography for cultural and corporate clients including the City of Toronto and U of T.

Sanaz Mazinani

Born in Teheran, Iran, April 1978, Sanaz Mazinani, a graduate of the Ontario College of Art & Design, is a contemporary artist working in photography, video, and drawing. She has exhibited in various galleries in and around Toronto, and is represented by the Stephen Bulger Gallery. Her works can be found in many private collections. Mazinani has been active in the Toronto arts community since 2000 via exhibitions, curatorial projects and arts administration. Sanaz has worked closely with the CONTACT Toronto Photography Festival – in 2005 as Programming Coordinator and in 2006 as Educational Programmer. She is currently working on a curatorial project, which deals with war and artists’ expressions of its consequences, and is the current director of Toronto’s Stephen Bulger Gallery.