Links:

Liminal Animism: The Masks Of Venice (vii) in Junto Vol 3, #1, 2018.  Curated by Katerina Pravdivaia. https://juntomagazine.com/issues/volume-3-issue-1/liminal-animism-the-masks-of-venice-vii/

For the 11th Julia Margaret Cameron Award for Women Photographers (2018), Briskin’s photography was a finalist in two categories and received an honouorabe mention in another. Scroll down and check out Landscapes, Nature and Portraits <https://www.thegalaawards.com/w-11th-julia-m-cameron-award-1>.

Landscape Imagined: Morocco (v)  in “Digital Edition Readers Gallery”,  PhotoEd Magazine (pg. 43, 2018) http://www.photoed.ca/digital-issue?message_id=d5ca2e22-ce50-4ce6-92eb-82c17ebeae57

Spectra 2018. Group show at Gallery 1313 (during the Toronto Contact Photography Festival), May 10-21, 2018
http://www.spectracontactphotography.com/portfolio-posts/margarita-barrientos-macdonald-2018-2-2-2-4-5-7/

aqua botanica (ii). Mixed-Media Window Installation at Cutler and Gross, Queen St (Toronto). Curated by Michael Gaty, Oct 16-Nov 26, 2017 https://gallery44.org/exhibitions/aqua-botanica-0

Spectra. Group show at Gallery 1313 (during the Toronto Contact Photography Festival), May 10-21, 2017 https://spectracontactphotography.wordpress.com/linda-briskin/

Cross-Breeds. Group show at Art Square, Toronto. Curated by Mira Martinez, Oct 10-22, 2017 https://gallery44.org/exhibitions/liminal-animism-masks-venice http://www.akimbo.ca/68820

aqua botanica. Solo show at Helen + Hildegard (during the Junction Contact Photography Festival). Curated by Sonya D’Cunha. May 2- May 21, 2017. https://gallery44.org/exhibitions/aqua-botanica

elipsisEllipsis, Group show at Gallery 1313 (during the Toronto Contact Photography Festival), May 11-22, 2016. (My image selected to advertise the exhibit.) http://www.ellipsiscontactphotography.com/linda-briskin/

Layered Narratives, Members Gallery, Gallery 44: Centre for Contemporary Photography, Toronto, Nov 11-22, 2014. https://gallery44.org/exhibitions/layered-narratives

dnaDNA (do not assume). Group show at Gallery 1313 (during the Toronto Contact Photography Festival), May 14 - 26, 2014.  (My image selected to advertise the exhibit.) https://dna1313.wordpress.com/linda-briskin/ and http://www.akimbo.ca/68820

Acts of Exposure. Group show at Gallery 1313 (during the Toronto Contact Photography Festival), May 16-27, 2012 https://actsofexposure.wordpress.com/linda-briskin/

Found Image/Constructed Image. Gallery at the North York Central Library. Curated by the Art Selection Committee of the Toronto Public Library, June 2012 https://www.artoronto.ca/?p=11722

InSight. Group show at Gallery 1313 (during the Toronto Contact Photography Festival), May 1-12, 2012 https://insight44.wordpress.com/linda-briskin/

Raw Memory. Group show at Gallery 1313 (during the Toronto Contact Photography Festival), April 28-May 8, 2011. https://rawmemory.wordpress.com/linda-briskin/

Visible Vestiges: I wouldn't have seen it if I hadn't believed it. Group show at Gallery 1313 (during the Toronto Contact Photography Festival), April 28-May 9, 2010 http://www.pbase.com/image/123687636 

The Very Good Show. Group Exhibition at G+ Galleries (Toronto), Dec 2007–Jan 2008. http://goodedition.com/artist_more.asp?artist=Linda%20Briskin.

REPRESENTATION

The series aqua botanica is represented by PhotoEd Platform.
http://www.photoedplatform.ca/shop/linda-briskin-aqua-botanica-iii-fine-art-print

“Strongly graphic and bold in its simplicity. A very striking series.”
— Derek Shapton – Photographer and member of the jury

“These are very curious images. Quirky and unconventional.”
— Alexis Marie Chute – Curator and member of the jury

MORE ABOUT LINDA BRISKIN

Member’s Profile, Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography, Toronto
https://gallery44.org/users/linda-briskin#profile-main

Linda Briskin, Professor Emeritus in the Social Science Department and the School of Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies at York University is a feminist and union activist first in Montreal and then in Toronto. Research interests include worker resistance; equality bargaining; leadership and representation; the impact of austerity on equality; women’s organizing inside trade unions, gendering worker militancies and feminist pedagogies. Her commitment to social justice has framed her scholarship and inspired her teaching.http://www.yorku.ca/lbriskin/

Rising Up Strong https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xbHnSe98nDQ

Originally made in 1981, Rising Up Strong was updated in 1992 through the inclusion of an additional segment on the changes -- many as a direct outcome of feminist organizing -- which had taken place in the intervening decade. In 2013, Rising up Strong stands as an historical reflection on women's organizing and a tribute to continuing struggles. (36 mins).

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