Resident photographer, Steve Carty, has been travelling in search of bicycle culture he can tap into. He recently travelled to London, England, and met up with fellow bike-enthusiasts and business owners, aiming to infiltrate the London Fixedgear scene, and make impressions with bike-centred photography. We sat down with him to find out a little more about his adventures in London. Continue reading article →
Future Cape Town mentioned Hermann & Audrey’s video, Bike Life, that was created as a part of Life Cycles 2013, an exhibit about bicycles and those who ride them. Bike Life was arranged using video submissions of user-generated content related to cycling, with content from Toronto to Malaysia, and more. Future Cape Town said “the Bike Life video installation revealed the universal emotions & values of cycling shared around the world.” Future Cape Town challenges the status quo by prompting and asking tough questions about the ways in which the city would progress, in the process encouraging other citizens to do the same. Future Cape Town is a part of Our Future Cities, a non-profit organization. Check out Bike Life, below:
L’Express, an online news source for the French of Toronto, reported on Hermann & Audrey’s Life Cycles exhibit, 2013. The article mentioned that Life Cycles “brings together both the underground and the trendy people, who tend to be the same without knowing it”, additionally, calling the user-generated video, Bike Life, “one of the main points of interest of the exhibition.” The article also mentioned that the “large format photographs capture the attention [of viewers] and [offer] a sudden urge to jump on a bike.” L’Express is a French-language Canadian newspaper reporting on news, local and international, and everything in between.
FASHION Magazine online published an article about Hermann & Audrey’s Life Cycles 2013. Life Cycles is an interactive, engagement-based art showcase and community event program about bicycles and the people who ride them. The magazine noted that “the artworks explore the bicycle as a vehicle for expression of personal style, as well as an action towards a sustainable future and unifier of community.” FASHION Magazine is filled with up-to-the-minute news from the runways of New York, London, Milan and Paris. As well as delivering the best finds in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton, FASHION Magazine continues to introduce readers to the personalities behind Canada’s fashion and retail scene.
From June 6-9th Hermann & Audrey presented Life Cycles: A Gallery Show about bicycles and the people who ride them.
Hermann & Audrey presents: Life Cycles June 7-9th 2013.
Life Cycles is a gallery show about bicycles and the people that ride them.
1506 Dundas West, Toronto Canada.
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The future is bike friendly.
This video was shot and directed by Steve Carty. You can find him here.
Rider / Voice: Andrew Romashyna.
The works of Hermann & Audrey photographer, Steve Carty, among others, were featured on 1LOVETO’s online blog for the Life Cycles exhibit, 2010. The post cited the works as “must haves” and a “broad look at the diverse layout of the city.” 1LoveTO prides themselves as portraying Toronto as “the world in 1 city”, by sharing, educating and highlighting some of Toronto’s best qualities within the categories of: art, music, style, community, and culture.
MuchMusic host Liz Trinnear recently acquired a new bicycle, and stopped by Hermann & Audrey’s Life Cycles exhibit to celebrate her new two-wheeler. MuchMusic online mentioned Life Cycles as great “bike photography and an impressive vintage bike collection.” MuchMusic is Canada’s No. 1 destination for music videos, live performances and interviews with today’s hottest celebrities; plus music downloads, ringtones, artist profiles, concert listings & music countdown.
SheDoesTheCity online featured Life Cycles, Hermann & Audrey’s exhibit centred around vintage bicycles and photography. Author, Kait Fowlie, called the images and bicycles “sexy specimens of years past – the bikes are products of a full century of style and innovation.” Further, she pointed out that “of the hundreds of events going on in the city, not all of them give back to the community like Life Cycles.” SheDoesTheCity.com explores everything from bizarre fashion trends to battling the tough stuff, by sharing stories that inspire a full life—one of adventure, inspiration, and passion.