Articles & Press

2024 The Undead Archive: 100 Years of Photographing Ghosts, by Alison Gillmor, Border Crossings, January 2024 Volume 42 No. 2 Issue 163, View PDF

2021  With flying colours | After two decades in San Francisco, Chris Dorosz finds home is where the art is
by: Alan Small, Winnipeg Free Press, Nov. 5, 2021

2018    Dolce Vita Magazine, January Issue, Prague  

2017  Recollected: Photography and the Archive, Roula Seikaly, Humbolt Arts Foundation, November 30th 2017  


2017 Arch Magazine, June Liu, October 25th 2017, Taiwan  

2017 Eric David, Rosh Series: Chris Dorosz’s Gestural Sculptures of Paint, Yatzer Magazine, December 07, 2017  

2016  2016 Re-Think, The Atlantic Magazine, July/August, back cover foldout  

2010 Border Crossings Magazine, Added Value, by Alison Gilmor

2010 Casa D Magazine, Italy

2004 Elle Magazine, Deirdre Kelly, February 2004, p.40, Toronto ON 

2004 Canadian Art Magazine, Mission 17 Review, by Clark Buckner, Canada    

2003 Arts Atlantic Magazine, Virtual Ecstasy, by Sarah Hollenberg, Canada

2001 Apocalypse Never, Kristen AE Pauch, Tart Magazine, vol. 9 winter 2001, p.12-13, Winnipeg MB

2000 Borders Crossings Magazine, The Philosopher of the Bottom Kitchen Drawer, by Robert Enright, Canada    

1999 Fast Forward, Cliff Eyland, Canadian Art Magazine, summer, p.24, Toronto ON

2006 Mass Art Guide, Humanity vs. Technology, by Emily Elsa Hamilton, Canada

2008 RBC Canadian Painting Competition: Ten Years, Canada    

2010 Design and Play, Hong Kong

Catalogues & Brochures

2021 Dark Matter House catalog, see PDF

2008 ICA San Jose installation Brochure, The Painted Room, by Steven Maticjio, USA 

2012   Stasis Catalogue, Scott Richards Contemporary Art Post-Chaotic essay by Steven Matijcio, Captured Moments essay by Larissa Douglass  


2006 Designing with Color, by Chris Dorosz (Author), J.R. Watson (Author)

This textbook/workbook trains students’ eyes to develop a visual understanding of color and the principles of design through guided observation and engaging activities. Lavishly illustrated with full-color graphics and photos, the book demonstrates how color and other design elements are combined in nature and the visual arts. Part One presents color, the most immediately noticeable element of design. Part Two integrates color with the other design elements and shows how they interact according to the principles of design. Students can apply their learning by completing a series of activities and record their work with photos for future reference. 

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