Jack Martin

Jack Martin's (sevres-babylone) Graffiti's Matinee is part of Group II's Exhibition in DNA, the Gallery 44 Members' Exhibition at Gallery 1313, part of the Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival for 2014

Jack Martin’s Graffiti’s Matinee is part of Group II’s Exhibition in DNA

Jack Martin is a rock ‘n’ roll and documentary photographer based in Toronto. A long-time member of Gallery 44, he has been exhibiting in its annual members’ Contact shows since 1998. Two series, “Mexican Photographs” and “jesus rides the bus: Pictures from El Salvador” were shown at Toronto’s 52 Inc. His music photography was the subject of a profile in Taddle Creek Magazine in 2007.   Past photographic projects have taken him to Haiti, Bolivia, Argentina, and India, but his current interests have him documenting the streets of Toronto, and music in Toronto, Austin, and Memphis. In addition to his printed work, he maintains an online presence as sevres-babylone, exhibiting his music photography on his Twang & Distortion blog, and all of his photography on shared sites like flickr and pbase, which can be accessed from his website: sevres-babylone.com.

Contact: sevres.babylone(at)gmail.com

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