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The History of InFocus Photo
InFocus Portfolio Reviews
The 2017 InFocus Photo portfolio reviews were a huge success! Thank you to our fabulous reviewers – and to all the photographers that participated!
WE ARE CURRENTLY ASSEMBLING OUR AMAZING LINE-UP OF 2018 PORTFOLIO REVIEWERS. STAY TUNED!
SAVE THE DATE
InFocus Photography Exhibition and Awards will take place February 2018 at The Front Gallery curated by award-winning artist, photographer & writer, Alexis Marie Chute.
Save the date for the InFocus opening reception, awards announcement, People’s Choice voting, and the portfolio reviews!
IF YOU ARE A CANADIAN PHOTOGRAPHER: ENTER INFOCUS TODAY!
About the gallery
The Front Gallery is pleased to be able to feature Edmonton’s artistic diversity in a relaxed and welcoming environment. Whether catering to serious collectors or the casual passer-by, The Front Gallery is an inviting environment to engage with art that speaks to people about new ideas and ways of seeing.
The art exhibited at The Front Gallery comes from both Canadian and international artist and extends from traditional landscapes to more challenging contemporary pieces, all of which have the ability to surprise, delight and inspire it’s audiences.
Our passion at The Front Gallery is in providing a relaxed and inviting environment where the first connection between a person and a work of art can open the mind to a dialogue that will last a lifetime.
About the curator
Alexis Marie Chute is an award winning artist, photographer, writer and advocate. She was named an “Emerging Canadian Photographer” by Photo Life Magazine and a “Top 40 Under 40” by Avenue Magazine. She was the 2012/2013 Artist in Residence at Harcourt House Artist Run Centre. In 2015, she was the recipient of the John Poole Award for Promotion of the Arts. Alexis Marie has her BFA in visual art and her MFA in writing and literary art. Her first book, a memoir entitled Expecting Sunshine, will be released April 2017 by She Writes Press. Alexis Marie is widely published and her artwork is represented by the AR&S Gallery at the Art Gallery of Alberta.