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Artist’s Biography

Aaron Mazurek was born in Brockville, Ontario. With a father who owns a bakery, and a mother who teaches French and Sociology, he grew up appreciating the quiet moments of life in a small town. In 2005 he moved to Montreal, where he studied History and Political Science at McGill. Since the culmination of his degree, he has dedicated himself to developing his photography skills.

He first discovered his love of photography on his trips abroad to both Mexico and France, where the difference in scenery made for great opportunities and chances to practice his skills. He has had no formal training in photography, but has seen changes in his own style as time has gone on and travelling opportunities have arisen. Travelling to Peru and India over the past three years have given some great opportunities for growth. After buying his first digital SLR in October 2010, he used the extra time away from school to soak up the cities around him – such as Toronto, New York City, and his current home in Montreal. This series, The Transfer of Time covers the past three months of his work – as the seasons have shifted in between autumn and winter.

This is Aaron’s first photography collection.

Exposition Alisha Fisher

du 2 novembre au 2 octobre 2010

Exposition Jean-Pierre Peyre

Toly A.K.
5 déc 08 – 5 janv 09

Hun-Asian Invasion

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Exposition de photo de la Hongrie

REHEARSING WITH GODS Photographs and Essays on the Bread & Puppet Theater by Ronald T Simon and Marc Estrin    Exposition des photographies
par Ronald T Simon – dec 10 – janv 30, 2005

Ronald T Simon Rehearsing With Gods CAFE PI

(information: http://www.fineprintphoto.com)

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“NI DIEU, NI MAÎTRE” par Hernani Da Costa, mai 2003

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“FETISH GALLERY” exposition collective, Jerome Abramovitch,avril 2003

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“COUNT HER FACES” par Anna Stergion, août 2002

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“MARI-PIER GENDRON” février 2002

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“WIILY” février 2002

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“BODY CASTINGS” par Shawnda Wilson, décembre 2001

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“MUSE” (exposition collective) Alain Denault, novembre 2001