Danny Singer is a photographer living and working in Vancouver, British Columbia. Born in Edmonton, Alberta, in 1945, Singer began his career working in the Film Department of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, but, in 1970, he moved to Montréal, where he made the transition to still photography. Singer's photographs have appeared in exhibitions and art fairs across Canada, Europe, and the United States, and they are part of numerous public collections, including the Vancouver Art Gallery, National Gallery of Canada, Mendel Art Gallery in Saskatoon, Glenbow Museum in Calgary, Denver Art Museum, Crown Collection for the Official Residences of Canada, Canada Department of Foreign Affairs, and the Canadian Embassy in Berlin. His photographs have also appeared in publications such as Canadian Architect, The Paris Review, Prism, and Prefix Photo, and he has received awards from the British Columbia Arts Council, Canadian Council for the Arts, Montreal Art Directors Club, Ontario Arts Council, and Portfolio magazine, among others.
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