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My work can be found in private collections in Houston, Montgomery, New York, Toronto, Vancouver, and Perth (Australia). It has been exhibited in Toronto at Propeller Gallery, Art Square Gallery, The Chinese Canadian Cultural Centre, Lennox Contemporary, The Ontario Science Centre, The Artists Project, and the Love Art Fair. Click on individual images in the galleries to see the larger version, and learn more details.
Some pictures demand to be taken, for their inherent strength or associations. Others have to be worked for. The products are sequences of images illustrating change over time; series of images which collectively show the character of a place, event, or experience; and single telling images. Art is as I find it, an expression of the moment, or of the infinite.
An education based on the Bauhaus method biases my photographic work toward graphic potential, collage, and abstraction, with a focus on cities and urban change. Images of, or from, the modern city present an archeology of urban evolution. They explore the boundary between figuration and abstraction, with influences from the history of 20th century painting.
B. Arch – McGill University
M. Arch – UC Berkeley
M.C.P. – UC Berkeley
1970 – ‘Kasbahs – notes and photographs on a journey in southern Morocco’, in The Canadian Architect magazine.
2010 – COLOR magazine, March, Merit Award, ‘Tianjin, 2009, The Wholesale Markets #10’
2011 – Catalogue of ‘They’re All Hybrids’ includes my image ‘Carracci in Tianjin, 1582 – 2009’
2011 – ‘Urban’ – a compendium of my own images of urban places, available from Blurb.
2014 – ‘Through a Glass Darkly’ – catalogue of solo-show, acquired by the Reference Library of the Museum of Modern Art, NY.
All images are editioned archival pigment prints on photo paper unless otherwise noted, for sale unless the edition is completed and are signed and numbered. Matting and framing are the responsibility of the purchaser. Shipping is extra and charged at cost. Payment in advance is required, PayPal is perhaps easiest. Money Orders accepted. Returns accepted with 7 days for a full refund provided the print is in original condition without soft creases or folds. Please contact me at <s(dot)rosswinter@gmail(dot)com> or through the Contact form to inquire about a purchase. I only have a limited number of prints on hand. Essentially I print on demand, so it may take a few days for my printer to fill your order.
Copyright and Restrictions:
Ross Winter retains sole copyright to all the images included here, which may not be downloaded, copied, printed, or reproduced by any means or in any medium without explicit written permission.