Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival
Johan Hallberg-Campbell, Haida Gwaii, British Columbia (War canoe sits unfinished in the forest where it fell. Dated 1860s), 2014. Courtesy of the artist.
Johan Hallberg-Campbell, Haida Gwaii, British Columbia (War canoe sits unfinished in the forest where it fell. Dated 1860s)
Johan Hallberg-Campbell, Coastal, Installation view at Harbourfront Centre, parking pavilion, 2017. Photo by Toni Hafkenscheid.
Johan Hallberg-Campbell, Coastal
Johan Hallberg-Campbell, Coastal, Installation view at Harbourfront Centre, parking pavilion, 2017. Photo by Toni Hafkenscheid.
Johan Hallberg-Campbell, Coastal
Johan Hallberg-Campbell, Coastal, Installation view at Harbourfront Centre, parking pavilion, 2017. Photo by Toni Hafkenscheid.
Johan Hallberg-Campbell, Coastal
Johan Hallberg-Campbell, Coastal, Installation view at Harbourfront Centre, parking pavilion, 2017. Photo by Toni Hafkenscheid.
Johan Hallberg-Campbell, Coastal
2017 Public Installation

Johan Hallberg-Campbell
Coastal

April 29–December 31, 2017
Harbourfront Centre, parking pavillion
235 Queens Quay W

Extending the exhibition Coastal to the grounds of Harbourfront Centre outside the gallery, three of the Hallberg Campbell’s photographs are presented as large murals, and resonate with the surroundings in view of Lake Ontario. The images of a cabin and of sleigh-dog houses both echo the form of the small building on which they are situated, while the pastoral scene of an unfinished war canoe, dating back some 150 years, beckons to the shoreline.

Presented in partnership with Harbourfront Centre.

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