Juozas Cernius

Currently based in Nairobi, Kenya, Canadian-born photographer Juozas Cernius  has recently published a book of photographs of Africa, with texts by Anita Vizsy. Juozas has a BFA from Concordia University in Montreal and an MFA from the School of Art Institute of Chicago.

His work has been exhibited in both the U.S.  (venues including the Dumbo Art Center in Brooklyn, the Central Utah Art Center, and Denise Bibro Gallery in New York) and Canada (with a solo exhibition at Articule Gallery in Montreal) and is a contributor to AFC, the New York based contemporary art blog.

Making images in diverse settings and situations, Juozas’ ability to make engaging, sensitive and sometimes humorous imagery is evident and we are very happy to present some of his work here. Thanks again Juozas!

Please click on images for larger versions.

Cernius-Juozas-4Above: Returnees to South Sudan, near Wau, South Sudan, 2013

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Above: Soldier, near Garissa, Kenya, 2013.

Cernius-Juozas-12Above: Adherents at a parade for Holy Week in Quito, Ecuador, 2012

Cernius-Juozas-7Carnival participants, Barranquilla, Colombia, 2012

About:

The Canadian Photographic Portfolio Society (CPPS) blog provide readers with up-to-date information about the society, news of relevant events, interviews and much, much more. Formed in 1986, the Society’s aim is to support the development of Canadian photographic art and raise its international profile. We are a non-profit society operated by a volunteer board of arts professionals. We commission works from established artists who have already made an important contribution to contemporary art. The CPPS publishes limited edition photographic portfolios of work have been acquired by numerous private, corporate and public collections both in Canada and abroad.

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