- Shelley Adler
- Ljubodrag Andric
- Stephen Appleby-Barr
- Michael Awad
- Matt Bahen
- Joachim Bandau
- Douglas Bentham
- Charles Bierk
- Jeffrey Blondes
- Edward Burtynsky
- Chuck Close
- Ric Evans
- Greg Hardy
- John Hartman
- Katharine Harvey
- Erik Madigan Heck
- Izima Kaoru
- Yousuf Karsh
- Mara Korkola
New Gallery Location | Now Open at 190 Richmond Street EastAs of July 2018, the Nicholas Metivier Gallery will be moving to a new gallery location at 190 Richmond Street East. Nearly three times larger than our current space, we will be offering the community a more dynamic exhibition and event program.
Museum Exhibitions for EDWARD BURTYNSKY: ANTHROPOCENE
Metivier Talks | John Hartman in discussion with Ian Brown
Gordon Parks at the National Gallery of Art, WashingtonThe New Tide, Early Work 1940-1950
On view until February 8, 2019
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In the Studio with John HartmanAhead of his exhibition at Nicholas Metivier Gallery, John Hartman invited us into his studio to discuss his latest project focusing on Canadian authors and the places that inspire them.
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Q&A with Ned PrattAhead of Ned Pratt’s second solo exhibition at Nicholas Metivier Gallery, we asked him a few questions about his process and latest photographs.
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Five Questions with Linda Martinello
Metivier Talks | Paul Roth & Dr. Julie Crooks discuss our exhibition GORDON PARKS: I AM YOUPaul Roth (Director of the Ryerson Image Centre) and Julie Crooks (Assistant Curator of Photography at the Art Gallery of Ontario) discuss Gordon Parks' most poignant and influential photographs from the American civil rights movement.
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Metivier Talks | In Conversation with Erik Madigan HeckRecorded on April 28, 2018
American photographer Erik Madigan Heck offers insight into his photographic process and the inspiration for his fashion portraiture.
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Metivier Talks | In Conversation with Rachel MacFarlaneRecorded on January 13, 2018
Rachel MacFarlane speaks about her exhibition, Fool's Paradise, and the influence of landscape on her latest body of work.
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