A collection of more than eighty photographs by Canadian artist, Peter Karuna, with essays by Simon Orpana, Melissa Bennett and Sally Frater.
About the Authorm3fan
Peter Karuna is a Hamilton-based visual artist working with photography, video, sculpture and installation. He has a double-major in Fine Art and Sociology from University of Guelph, and a teaching degree from Brock University.
Karuna has participated in numerous group and solo exhibitions, screenings and festivals across Canada, as well as in Cuba, Scotland, the U.S. and Hungary. He has been a resident video artist at The Banff Centre, Alberta, and at Video In, Vancouver, BC. and a visiting artist at educational institutions and galleries in Ontario and California.
He is a recipient of a number of production grants from the Canada Council for the Arts and the Ontario Arts Council. His work can be found in collections at the National Gallery of Canada, the Organization of Saskatchewan Art Councils, the Alberta College of Art, Queens University, the Mendel Gallery, and Trinity Square Video, Toronto, as well as in private collections.
Publish Date May 19, 2012
Category Fine Art Photography
Tags All in Good Time, Art Gallery of Hamilton, Centre 3, Melissa Bennett, Sally Frater, Peter Karuna, Simon Orpana, Canadian photography, documentary photography, art photography, candid photography, Street photography, The Print Studio, Transient(s), Estonia, Paris, Berlin, Europe, Canada, UK