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SUBDIVISION : PRINCETON BC | 18in x 48in | Archival Pigment Print | Edition 2/5

McCALL, Stuart 



Stuart McCall is an artist creating primarily photo-based works. Living in Vancouver, BC since 1968, he has been making images for several decades.

Frequently examining our relationship with the natural environment, McCall’s work explores the unexpected arrangement of elements that occur from chance effect. Using a visual aesthetic reminiscent of contemporary commercial imagery, he challenges us to consider the significance of visual coincidence. He frequently makes use of unconventional perspective and scale offering the viewer a fresh look at the familiar in order to challenge preconceived notions about our surroundings.

He began his career as a commercial photographer in 1982. His images have been published widely, featured in such titles as Time Magazine, Fortune Magazine, Saturday Night, Photography Monthly, Boston Globe, Times of London, as well as in books by National Geographic and Douglas & McIntyre. His work has been recognized by Communication arts, the Lotus Awards, and International Photography awards. Since the 1990s he has worked with Vancouver artist Neil Wedman on various photo based projects which have been exhibited widely. These include "Every Bus Stop from My Place to the Racetrack" 1997, and "Movies ‘til Dawn" 2009.

Stuart’s work is represented in Vancouver by the Vancouver Art Gallery’s Art Rentals and Sales, in Calgary by Newzones Contemporary Art, and in Toronto by Marcia Rafelman Fine Arts. His work has been exhibited at the Surrey Art Gallery, Richmond Art Gallery, Vancouver Art Gallery, Port Moody Arts Centre, Blue Sky Gallery in Portland, the City of Seattle’s Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs - Portable Collection, and the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art in California.