New Acquisition: Rex Frost

Rex Frost, City Intersection (c. 1955). Gift of the Estate of the Late Winnifred Frost and the Frost Family, Markham, Ontario, 2014   

 

Rex Frost was President of the Toronto Camera Club for two years, and served as Canadian Director of the Photographic Society of America for five years. Frost also broadcast a weekly program on photography called “Camera Club of the Air,” wrote a weekly photography column, “Taking Photographs” for The Globe and Mail, and was photo editor for Rod and Gun. Frost’s career is exemplary for his dedication to disseminating the period’s ideas of photography to a larger public, and producing quality images and prints that expressed popularized concepts of modernist trends in art.

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