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1026 Queen Street West
Toronto, Online M6J 1H6
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Years in Business: 2 years
Number of Employees: 2-5

Services & Specialties: Advisory Services, Artist Representation, Exclusive Artist Representation, Primary Market , Secondary Market

Additional Information

Taking New Clients?: Yes

Works with New Collectors?: Yes

Affiliations: FFOTOIMAGE is affiliated with Stephen Bulger Gallery, an internationally respected source for fine art photography with an inventory of 40,000+ works of art. Specializing in nurturing and developing the careers of working photo-based artists, Bulger Gallery also represents the estates of several prominent photographers. The gallery is known for securing special access to important works on a consignment basis.

Key Personnel: Stephen Bulger, owner, Stephen Bulger Gallery; co-founding partner,

Background of Key Personnel: Stephen opened his gallery in 1995 with a mandate to represent important historical, modern and contemporary photographs. Through his gallery he hosts approximately 10 exhibitions per year, participates in international art fairs, and maintains an extensive inventory.

An in-demand consultant, Stephen is a past President of the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD) and has served as Chair of Ryerson Image Centre’s Advisory Board. Toronto’s CONTACT Photography Festival, the largest photography event in the world, was co-founded by Stephen in 1996. He has curated over 100 solo and group exhibitions, published catalogues and books, and is invited often to lecture at international photography events.