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Monthly Archives: April 2010

We have been working on a new website for quite sometime now, and are excited to finally announce that the website is up. (www.rinonoto.com). I hope you will like the new look and overall feel. We’ve made it more image focused, and re-organized the galleries for easier navigation. Have a look around, and feel free to leave us your feedback.

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Nothing is more fleeting than external form, which withers and alters like flowers of the field at the appearance of autumn” – Umberto Eco

Working with a corps of twelve beauty contestants, Noto explores a more revealing expression of the temporal nature of beauty. One that transcends the forced stylization and asphyxiation of the media machine. The result is a photo-narrative in which interior and exterior switch roles and human frailty normally guarded and hidden within is brought startlingly to the surface.

We have been working in-depth with these images for a long time, and cannot wait for it to be displayed on the walls of the gallery.

If you can make it to the opening, it will be April 29th from 6 pm- 9 pm.

We hope to see you there.

Location: Spazio Dell’Arte – 400 Eastern Ave, Suite 201, Toronto, ON, Canada, M4M 1B9.

I had the recent pleasure of being invited by Moses Znaimer and 96.3 FM to enjoy Measha Brueggergosman’s live performance for the release of her new album. It was a very intimate atmosphere, as there were only about 40 people in attendance. Here’s a couple shots I took, I just could not resist taking a few pictures from my seat, it was a tremendous performance.

I recently visited one of my favorite Toronto Galleries. The Nicolas Metivier  Gallery is showing Aurora Canero’s work along with two pieces by Lucian Freud, a Mappelthorpe, Close and more. Lucian’s work has influenced many artists and he is held in the highest esteem. You can check out more of Freud’s etchings at the A.G.O.

A lot has been happening since my last post. Too much to get into now. I’ll try to give you only the highlights, in time and spare you the ????  I’m finally  getting around to utilizing this form of staying in touch.

I was invited to lecture at the Toronto Camera Club and the event took place last night. They had an amazing turn out, about 200 people and it was a great success. The TCC was found 1888 (really no typo 1888) and have a wide range of members. It was a pleasure meeting them and discussing our shared passion.

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