Threeway: A Photoshow By Duncan Foy, Patrick Marcoux, Alex Lysakowski

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Threeway: A Photoshow By Duncan Foy, Patrick Marcoux, Alex Lysakowski
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Three emerging Toronto photographers, three different styles. Come down to The Black Cat for a visual Ménage à trois. Live music by Milan Francis ( and cheap drinks for sale on opening night. Space is limited so come early!

Duncan Foy (Toronto ON, 25)
Instagram: @duncanfoy

Before moving to Ontario to study Photography at Sheridan College, Duncan lived and worked in Japan as a translator for the Japanese government. His time in large cities like Tokyo and small towns like Miyakonojo have greatly influenced his photographic style. He is heavily inspired by the simplicity and ease with which many complex Japanese art forms such as Ikebana, Kabuki, and Ukiyo-e wood block printing are executed. He hopes to adapt the same complexity to his photographs while maintaining this sense of effortlessness at its core.

Patrick Marcoux (Toronto ON, 21)
Instagram: @couxcoux

Entering his third year at Sheridan College in the Bachelor of Photography Program, Patrick is inspired by both landscape and documentary photography. He focuses on both group and individual subjects, candidly situated in their environment; seemingly unaware of their own participation in his frame. Employing a consistent use of colour, composition and simplicity, his images provide a quiet yet meaningful commentary on our place in this world.

Alex Lysakowski (Toronto ON, 25)

Entering his third year of Sheridan’s Bachelor of Photography program, Alex's work focuses on photographing industrial architecture. Exploring how manufactured structures occupy landscapes which share similarly man-made qualities, his work possesses a stoic resiliency which reflects his own personality.

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By: Black Cat - Artspace

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