Photopolis, Other Spaces

Mark Schacter: Houses of Worship

When: Oct. 6-31 2014

Faith is as invisible as it is mysterious, but a photographer can still point a camera at tangible, if indirect, signs of its existence. Houses of worship are the visible accompaniment of the ethereal phenomenon. These photographs are a study – in bricks, clapboard, shingles, concrete and steel – of evidence of religious faith throughout North America. Presented by Ottawa photographer Mark Schacter, the photographs are a selection from a larger collection published as Houses of Worship (Fifth House Publishers, 2013).

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