LINDA RUTENBERG

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LINDA RUTENBERG (1952)

Linda Rutenberg has been a photographer, author and educator for the last thirty years. Her award-winning “Mont Royal-A World Apart” reveals one year’s exploration of the Frederic Law Olmstead Park that is in the heart of Montreal, Quebec. She has created the photographs for eleven books with ECW Press called the Secret Series on North American cities. Her latest books are “The Garden at Night-Private Views of Public Edens”published with Chronicle Books 2007, and “After Midnight Through the Seasons at the Montreal Botanical Gardens” published by Verve Editions in 2008.

Her fine art work has been exhibited internationally, (Canada, US, Mexico and Europe) and can be found in many prestigious collections including the National Gallery of Canada, Agnes Etherington Collection, Standard Life, Banque Nationale Collection and the Biblioteque National in Paris. She has taught workshops in different parts of the world and has organized photographic trips through Mexico, United States and Canada. In 1995 she opened Camera Lucida Image Centre in Montreal which housed a darkroom rental facility, a lab, a school and a gallery. In 1997 opened Galerie Mistral, a fine art photography gallery in Montreal, Canada.

Exhibition of original photographs and the publication of Linda Rutenberg's new book, The English Garden at Night, published by Thames & Hudson and exhibition of original photographs at Hoopers Gallery, London, UK.

More of her work can be seen at www.thegardenatnight.com and www.lindarutenberg.com

Linda lives and works in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.