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March 1, 2018 - March 30, 2018

In the Plaskett Gallery @ Massey Theatre
March 1st to 30th 2018

Gabor Gasztonyi BA, MPA
Photographer, author, filmmaker.

Gabor specialty is Black and White Photography, fine art prints, Studio Portraiture and documentary filmmaking.
For him, photography is thinking about what to photograph and trying to preserve it knowing that the whole process is always about something that has already happened.

Awards include:
Professional Photographers of BC, Nikon Press Award.
Award of Excellence, Society of Canadian Artists, Montreal Exhibition
Magnum Scotia Bank Prize, Toronto, 1st runner-up.
International Black and White Spider Awards, nomination Professional Photojournalism.
Finalist George Ryga Award for social justice in Literature for A Room in the City.
CPA Craftsman of Photographic Arts, Professional Photographers of Canada
Paul Harris Fellow, Rotary International
Master of Photographic Arts, Professional Photographers of Canada
Professional Photographers of BC, Best in Class, Portrait of a Man, Peter Trower.
Professional Photographers of Canada, National Image Salon, Nikon Press Award.
Professional Photographers of Canada, BC, Sony Press Award.
International Black & White Spider, three nominations, professional portraiture & photojournalism
Rotary International Photo Contest. 1st Place. Children in Dire Dawa Ethiopia.
Canadian Entry World Photographic Cup. Photojournalism.
Nikon Press Award, PPOC National Exhibition Ottawa.
Canadian Entry World Photographic Cup. Photojournalism.
London Festival of World Cinema 2018, No Way Out, Nominated for Best Director, Best Editor, Best Music.

Member of Professional Photographers of Canada


March 1, 2018
March 30, 2018
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Joseph Plaskett

Joseph Plaskett

It is clear that the works of Joseph Plaskett soar beyond description of national treasure to the realm of international artist extraordinaire. In New Westminster his career and contribution to the visual arts and heritage preservation are seen as the prized jewel in the crown of the Royal City.

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