Sandra Brewster


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Sandra Brewster
Winner of the Gattuso Prize Scotiabank Photography Festival 2017 for It's all a blur... at GSP

The Gattuso Prize of $5,000 acknowledges an outstanding Featured Exhibition in CONTACT. The jury, Rosemary Heather (writer and curator) and Anique Jordan (executive director, Whippersnapper Gallery), based their decision on the caliber and concept of the work, the curatorial vision, and overall impact and presentation of the exhibition.

“With It’s all a blur… Sandra Brewster takes portraiture in a strongly metaphoric direction. Using a labour-intensive method, the artist creates tactile works suggestive of a number of ideas. While evoking the customary role of the photograph as memento, at the same time, these works appear to call forth the emerging subjects of history. The unavoidable scale, presence, and motion embedded in these still images command the attention of viewers to discover the details and traces left behind by the portrait participants.” – The Jury

The exhibition is on view at Georgia Scherman Projects (133 Tecumseth St) until June 24, 2017.

 
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CONTACT's Featured Exhibitions, selected to be part of the Festival through a juried submission process, are organized independently by hosting venues, presenting organizations and exhibiting artists.

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Museum Exhibition   Sandra Brewster  as part of   Position As Desired: Exploring African Canadian Identity / Photographs from the Wedge Collection    curated by   Kenneth Montague    Windsor Art Gallery  February 11 – May 7, 2017

Museum Exhibition

Sandra Brewster as part of Position As Desired: Exploring African Canadian Identity / Photographs from the Wedge Collection

curated by Kenneth Montague

Windsor Art Gallery

February 11 – May 7, 2017