Anthony DeLorenzo is a landscape and outdoor adventure photographer who works with film and traditional darkoom printing. He lives in Whitehorse, Yukon and he is passionate about exploring the remote landscapes of Canada’s North—his own backyard.
He uses a completely non-digital process from capturing images on film to making silver gelatin prints in the darkroom. His handmade prints explore the possibilities of the monochrome image through toning and alternative printing techniques.
Since 2017 his work has been exhibited in Whitehorse, Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal.
2019, Water’s Edge, solo show, Arts Underground, Whitehorse (forthcoming)
2019, CAPIC Xposé 2019, juried group show, Todmorden Mills Gallery, Toronto. CONTACT Photography Festival open exhibition (forthcoming)
2019, Project Instant v6.0: An Instant Instant, curated group show, Science World, Vancouver
2018, Expeditions, solo show, Midnight Sun Coffee Roaster, Whitehorse
2018, Red Light, curated group show, Lonsdale Gallery, Toronto. CONTACT Photography Festival featured exhibition
2017, The Builders Project, two person show with Jennifer Roberts, Yukon Arts Centre Community Gallery, Whitehorse
2017, Kindred, curated group show, Connections Gallery, Toronto and Ecomusée Du Fier Monde, Montreal (printed by Bob Carnie)
Big Thing Mine, Windy Arm, Yukon. Yukon Chamber of Mines, Whitehorse, YT. Acquired 2018
Ore Bucket, Mountain Hero Tramway. Yukon Chamber of Mines, Whitehorse, YT. Acquired 2012
Private collections in Canada and the United States
"Winter Fat: Return of the Wheelmen", Yukon, North of Ordinary, Winter 2016
"After the Gold Rush: Colonel Conrad and Yukon's Silver", Canadian Institute of Mining Magazine, September 2014
“Anthony DeLorenzo and the Magic of Film”, CBC Northern Exposures Podcast, March 15, 2019
“A Snapshot of the Past”, Yukon News, February 24, 2016
The Builders Project, First Light Image Festival, Whitehorse, Yukon. 2018
Film in a Digital Age, Whitehorse Photography Club, Yukon. 2016
Packrafting the Duke, Kluane Photography Slideshow Series, Haines Junction, Yukon. 2015
Canadian Association for Photographic Art
Yukon Art Society
Whitehorse Photography Club