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  • taku glacier, alaska
    toronto CANADA

    since 2004, toronto-based photographer eamon MAC MAHON has spent up to three months of each year working in the wilderness of northwestern canada and alaska.  these slow journeys via bush plane have allowed him to intimately photograph remote landlocked communities, and the vast areas of uninhabited land surrounding them.  his work has appeared in various publications including the walrus, national geographic, w and new york magazine, as well as exhibition spaces such as the power plant, the detroit institute of the arts, the griffin museum of photography in boston and higher pictures nyc. mac mahon’s photographs, on display for contact, 2008 at pearson international airport, were described as  “magnificent and mysterious” by kate taylor for the globe and mail.

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