Wordwide Green Eyes – Lincoln Clarkes

September 19, 2009 § Leave a comment

Koret Building, 99 East Cordova St. Vancouver, October 4, 1998
Koret Building, 99 East Cordova St. Vancouver, October 4, 1998
Lincoln ClarkesVancouver Fashion Week, 2009

Lincoln Clarkes’ Heroines project stirred polemic in the late 90s’ Vancouver. It took shape as an exhibition followed by a book portraying women with drug addictions from the city’s Downtown Eastside.
New to Vancouver, I found out about this Canadian photographer through his engaging blog Wordwide Green Eyes. Clarkes keeps a very sharp eye focused on his surroundings. You can find photos of Arthur Erickson‘s memorial alongside Granville Street’s nightlife and Vancouver Fashion Week’s audience.

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