Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA)
A Way to Disconnect and Connect book is now also available at The Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) Bookstore. Montréal, Québec.
MOPLA Group Exhibition (LA)
Will be part of The Print Swap Group Exhibition, created by Feature Shoot at Month of Photography Los Angeles (MOPLA) this April. An exhibition curated by Paul Kopeikin, the director of the internationally renowned Kopeikin Gallery. Los Angeles, California.
The Aim of Balance
A short video I created from the Pacific Coast (California)
On assignment for Mármol Magazine. Studio/Home visit with Colombian Canadian musician during her busy months, while she became the winner of the 2017 Polaris Music Prize in Canada. A story published in January 2018, Mármol Magazine issue 4. Below a selection of portraits captured. A story with writer Odette Beja.
Invited by OCAD University and Steps, to participate as a Jury Committee for a Public Arts initiative in the City of Toronto.
Article on "The Deepest Lake", book Art Directed and Co-Edited for Brian W. Ferry and published by Paripé Books. Visit here
The Deepest Lake
Wednesday, Jan 10th at C'H'C'M' in NYC for the launch of “The Deepest Lake” by Brian W. Ferry. 6:30 PM, 2 Bond St, New York
Two projects featured at Staf Magazine, Terrain Notes and A Way to Disconnect and Connect. Visit here and here.
A Way to Disconnect and Connect, Photographic Book by Cristian Ordóñez is now available at Art Metropole store in Toronto. Art Metropole specializes in contemporary art in multiple formats. Toronto ON, Canada.
Art Direction and Co-Edition for Brian Ferry's new book The Deepest Lake. Published by Paripé Books and printed with Andora in Toronto. Launch January 8, 2019. New York City, NY.
Shaping the Path
On assignment for Up, during several visits documenting their production process and construction of new facilities in Southern Ontario, while the new legislation and regulation for recreational cannabis take shape in Canada for July 2018. A story with writer Wendy Schaffer. Side project part of series "Visions for an Upcoming Transformation".
Terrain Notes, Group Exhibition
Group Exhibition edited and created by Cristian Ordóñez at Pushmi Pullyu Gallery (Toronto)Photographic works by Alana Paterson (Canada), Christos Simos (Greece), Mark Byk (Canada), Sarah Meurle (Sweden), Seth Fluker (Canada), Sebastian Rodríguez (Chile) and Will Jivcoff (Canada), printed in different techniques. November 30 — December 10, 2017Toronto, ON Canada
On assignment for Up, documenting the transformation of a greenhouse through architecture details. More soon.
Terrain Notes, Publication
Photographic Skateboarding Publication. Concept, Design Direction & Edition.With photographic and art collaborations from Alana Paterson (Canada), Christos Simos (Greece), Mark Byk (Canada), Sarah Meurle (Sweden), Sebastian Rodríguez (Chile), Seth Fluker (Canada) and Will Jivcoff (Canada)Visit here
This is Paper
Feature Article highlighting A Way to Disconnect and Connect, Book by Cristian Ordóñez (Warsaw)"A Way To Disconnect And Connect is a publication, that includes photographs taken by Cristian within different locations between Chile, Canada and the United States in Small, Medium and Large format film.
The images of landscape, along with authentic portraits are juxtaposed with text written by Laura Stein"Visit here
Crap is Good
Feature Article highlighting A Way to Disconnect and Connect, Book by Cristian Ordóñez (Berlin)Visit here
A Way to Disconnect and Connect, Book
Photography Book by Cristian OrdóñezText: Laura SteinEdition: Jorge Losse & Cristian OrdóñezDesign: Sebastián RodríguezPublished: Ediciones DagaISBN: 978-956-9234-09-5First edition of 150114 pagesText in English and SpanishContact to purchase
NY Art Book Fair
Joining Ediciones Daga with A Way to Disconnect and Connect, book by Cristian Ordóñez at the Printed Matter's NY Art Book Fair at Moma PS1 (New York)
Teaching Design Process at Faculty of Design (Toronto)ocadu.ca
We are all in it, Part of it
Solo Photographic Installation for Surf The Greats, featuring photographic work related to Surfing, Skateboarding and others. August 10th to September 4th, 2017Toronto, ON Canada
Toronto Art Book Fair
Publications Exhibitor at Toronto Art Book Fair. Some new publications/zines will be available (see below): Roads, In Between & Searching for the Line.Toronto, ON Canada
This is Two Personal
Group Photo Exhibition curated by Luis Mora at Working Title in Toronto, ON Canada. Glad to be sharing work with inspiring people including Ali Bosworth, Brent Goldsmith, Chelsea Watts, Gemma Warren, Jamie Campbell, Mark Sommerfeld, Matt Tammaro, Normal Wong, Pat O'Rouke, Sebastián Mejía, Sebastián Rodríguez, Steven Becky, Vanessa Heins, among others.workingtitleshop.com
Feature Article (Warsaw)Visit here
Feature Article (Athens)Sharing music that inspires me over at the skateboarding magazine Skateism.com
Photography Book for Andrew Querner (Vancouver)Art Direction and Co-Edition by Cristian OrdóñezText: Brent Comber, First Edition of 500. Printed in Vancouver.andrewquerner.com
This is Paper Magazine
Feature Article (Warsaw)You & I, Photographic Projectthisispaper.com
Feature Article (US)Passage Photographic Essay and Text—VIEWS FROM A NORTH AMERICAN PASSAGE8 states, 5 provinces, and 7500 miles travelled as one photographer aims to escape the rhythm of daily life
In June 2016, I started a road trip from Toronto to the west coast with the intention of experiencing a variety of locations while detaching from the rhythm of daily life—but mostly I just wanted to go back to the mountains and enjoy the Pacific Ocean again.
During three weeks on the road, I drove for more than 7,500 miles, passing through Ontario, Michigan, Iowa, South Dakota, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Oregon, Washington, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and back to Ontario. Sometimes it's hard to explain how you lose the perception of time while on such a trip, but while driving for so long, one tends to get into a unique repetitive mode.
On the road, the landscape changes fast, sometimes faster than you realize, and every place surprises for its unique environments, culture, and differences. The energy and connection you create is never an expected, and your own way of reacting impacts the decisions you make and how you look at the land.
I use photography to document my response to the places I encounter. With a neutral view, the idea of belonging and memory has always been in my work. I search for details that connect to memories and to find new perspectives through places, geography, and time. Using film, I allow myself to slow down, observe, and learn. Sometimes this process feels like meditation, and here, being in the outdoors helped me to connect even more to what inspired this trip in the first place.—fieldmag.com
Video installation with performanceMnisota (Toronto)
Feature Article (UK)Photography, project Passagevvisions.co.uk
Group Exhibition at Maastricht, The Netherlands. Curated by Chantalle Weerts and Pablo Hannon. Part of Biennale de L'Image Possible, Belgiumbip-liege.org
The Impossible Image Exhibition
Group Exhibition at Liège, Belgium. Curated by The Photocopy Club, Part of Biennale de L'Image Possible, Belgium.bip-liege.org
Teaching at Faculty of Design (Toronto)ocadu.ca
Art Publication (Chile). Double Spread Photography Feature for Daga Magazine n.12edicionesdaga.com
Guest Art Direction. Focused on contemporary architecture and designazuremagazine.com
Online Art Magazine (Argentina), featuring This & That Editions Zine, collaboration with artist Sebastián Rodríguez Besa.mind.ag/periodico
On the road through North America and Canada.Ontario, Michigan, South Dakota, Wyoming, Montana, Oregon, Washington, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, back to Ontario. +12.000 kms (7,500 miles).
Article (Chile) featuring project You & I. Text and Photography by Cristian Ordóñez.revistamarmol.cl
Article (Chile) featuring photography by Cristian Ordóñezrotundamagazine.com
Photographic work for online Group Exhibition (Germany)Curated by Ann-Christin Bertranddergreif-online.de
Feature article (Chile) with photographic work by Cristian Ordóñezelsafari.cl
Photographic work for Group Exhibition Salon 44 at Gallery 44 in Toronto (Canada). Salon 44 is Gallery 44's annual fundraising exhibition in support of the education and exhibition programs.gallery44.org
Online Feature Articlecoeval-magazine.com
Twenty Six Days Interval by Cristian OrdóñezText, Photography and IllustrationsPublished by Daga EditionsDesigned by Sebastián RodriguezIntro text by Jorge LossePrinted in Risograph at WÜN ImpresoresEdition of 150edicionesdaga.com
Group Exhibition, Moosey Art Gallery. Norwich, UK mooseyart.co.uk
Online Magazine Feature Momentarily Project. Curated by Alexis Vasilikos and Jérôme Montagne. phasesmag.com
Magazine's issue 04 publishes You & I project kindlingquarterly.com
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