December 4th, 2021 – March 5th, 2022

Ya Ha Tinda: Photography by Arto Djerdjerian

Arto Djerdjerian

Horses, people, mountains and history come together in the photography of Lacombe artist Arto Djerdjerian.

For six years Arto has photographed life on the ranch at Ya Ha Tinda – Canada’s only federally owned and operated working horse ranch in Canada. Through patient observation, Arto skillfully composes photographs that capture the workaday routine of the ranch – images that speak of gritty, hard work but also of magnificent animals and stunning natural surroundings.

About Arto Djerdjerian
Arto (pictured right) was born in Cairo, Egypt to Armenian parents. He was raised in and studied photography in Montreal. He has been photographing seriously since the age of sixteen. Living and working in Alberta since 1977, Arto Djerdjerian is dedicated full time to his practice as a photographer in Alberta. His works include special commissions, architectural, corporate, equine, and portraiture. Arto’s works hang in many private collections, corporate offices, and government buildings.

Arto Djerdjerian is interested in the integration of fine art and photography. He continues to expand his vision and environment photography, from the backyard to the wilderness of Alberta to Wyoming and the urban world of New York City to Montreal.

The Exposure Photography Festival announces its February 2022 programme. Returning for its eighteenth year it will present the work of over 240 exhibiting visual artists hosted in galleries, local businesses, online and outdoors.

Work Horses of the Mountains, March 2018. Photograph by Arto Djerdjerian

You Scratch My Back, I’ll Scratch Yours, 2019. Digital photograph by Arto Djerdjerian

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