Steven Beckly

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Steven Beckly is a photo-based artist living and working in Toronto, Canada. Combining photography, sculpture, and installation, his work predominantly explores the interplay between subjects and their environments. Seemingly fictionalized characters are placed in fragmented and open-ended narratives, creating space for imagined structure, context, and meaning. Performance plays an important role in his process, and constructed environments provide the context for his work. His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, including at Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography (Toronto, ON), Newspace Center for Photography (Portland, OR), Photo Center NW (Seattle, WA), Philadelphia Photo Arts Center (Philadelphia, PA), and the Photographic Resource Center (Boston, MA).

Steven Beckly, Untitled
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Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, 2010

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