Edward Burtynsky

Burtynsky and his mother. (Photo provided by Edward Burtynsky)

What it takes to truly fight for freedom in Ukraine

Edward Burtynsky: For over 20 years my mother advocated for the people of Ukraine. She knows what it means to lose freedom and what it takes to fight to get it back.

Inside Edward Burtynsky’s eye-opening Anthropocene Project

Edward Burtynsky talks to Paul Wells about how he gets his shots and what his art says about life on Earth

Behind the scenes at Maclean’s Live with photography great Edward Burtynsky

Check out Blair Gable’s photos from the seventh edition of Maclean’s Live at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa

Edward Burtynsky in conversation with Paul Wells: Maclean’s Live

The renowned artist sits down for a candid chat with one of Canada’s best political analysts. Watch a replay here.

Review: Four decades of Canadian photography

Black-and-white street snaps and full-colour studio confections capture photographic fidelity in a National Gallery of Canada retrospective

Postcards from the edge of the earth

A new exhibit chronicles the environmental movement from the 1960s to today
Watermark Dam

’Watermark’ wins TFCA’s $100,000 Rogers Best Canadian Film Award

First Polley, now Burtynsky-Baichwal—Toronto critics love docs

Photos: Edward Burtynsky’s water world

The photographer behind ’Manufactured Landscapes’ has a new project, spanning five years and 10 countries
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Video Gallery: Toronto Film Festival 2006

Jeff Harris goes behind the scenes