Main Stage Presentation Time and Topic:
- 12:00 p.m. – Portrait and Beauty Retouching with Wacom Intuos Pro Tablet
About Rafael Goldchain
Rafael Goldchain is a Canadian Toronto-based photographer. He earned a Master of Arts – Art History (University of Toronto, 2017), a Master of Fine Arts (York University, 2000), and a Bachelor of Applied Arts (Ryerson University 1980).
Rafael Goldchain’s photographs have been published in several books, including Ann Thomas and John McElhone’s The Extended Moment (Canadian Photography Institute, National Gallery of Canada, 2018), Andrea Kunard’s Photography in Canada 1960-2000 (Canadian Photography Institute, National Gallery of Canada, 2017) Ho Tam’s Frontline (Modern Press, Beijing 2011), William Ewing’s Face: The New Photographic Portrait (Thames and Hudson, 2007) and Joan Murray’s Canadian Art in the Twentieth Century (Dundurn Press, 1999). Goldchain’s work is the subject of two book monographs: Nostalgia for an Unknown Land (Lumiere Press, 1989) and I Am My Family (Princeton Architectural Press 2008), and of a documentary film entitled Beautifully Broken: The Life and Times of Rafael Goldchain (Willing Mind Productions, Vladimir Kabelik, Director 2013).