Synchronicity showcases Fabrice Strippoli’s unique eye for capturing the remarkable in life’s most unremarkable moments. Strippoli’s lens work and his expertly crafted darkroom techniques transform these moments—from the seemingly mundane to the downright ordinary—into evocatively nostalgic pieces that invite comparison to mid-century masters of street photography like Robert Frank, Walker Evans, and Garry Winogrand. Combined with words by Juno winner Ron Sexsmith and New York Times bestselling author Justin Kingsley, Synchronicity is an ode to the medium of black-and-white street photography and a record of the enormity of life’s understated moments.

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Fabrice Strippoli Dark City book

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As a French Canadian, Fabrice’s images first capture his response to a sense of alienation in his new environment of English Canada.  Over the years, this alienation transformed into a comfort of a city and the exploration of the people and landscape, the light and the dark.  With Fabrice’s quick eye and camera in hand, even a passing gesture or stream of light could be caught on film in an instant.  And then our own eyes rest on fleeting moments while discovering a city in constant mutation.

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