13425 King George Boulevard
archival inkjet print, edition of 3
44 x 60 in
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Brian Howell graduated from Ryerson Polytechnical University in Toronto in 1994 with a Bachelor of Applied Arts Degree in Film and Photography. His contemporary photographic work examines vernacular expressions of shifting societal and personal values. Howell’s subjects are drawn from fringe, or marginalized communities; people and places resonant with allegorical meanings for an age that seems to Howell both broken and blinded. Howell’s photographic series build on the truth-telling mantra of an earlier era of documentary photojournalists though are given structure and further meaning by a more rigorous contemporary conceptual framework. Howell’s recent series of large-scale photographs of newspaper printing plant interiors offer a bold look inside the factories that support the journalism industry. Recent 2013 exhibitions of Howell’s work include: An Evolutionary Look into Vancouver Street Photography at the Museum of Vancouver, Hypnagogic Rhythms at Winsor Gallery, and PRESS at Winsor Gallery 2013.