Alex Mitchell is a photographer from Toronto, whose work explores Surrealism using an everyday lens. He transforms the mundane.
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With a keen attention to textural detail, Elise Mesner finds unexpected dimensions and translates everyday scenery into a halcyon summer.
Monty Kaplan fluctuates between modes of working. Colour is rendered as an emotive backdrop, carrying a sense of joy and woeful nostalgia.
Stan Douglas builds his staged images around recognisable themes from literature and cinema, borrowing from such genres as the Wild West or murder mystery, or the work of Beckett and Kafka.