For more than three decades, Bau-Xi Gallery has exposed this city to top emerging and established contemporary artists from across Canada—Hugh Mackenzie, Darlene Cole and Brian Kipping among them. Now the venerable gallery has a sister showcase for its growing stable of photographers. Bau-Xi Photo opened in January on the same block of restored Victorian houses as its sibling (directly across from the Art Gallery of Ontario), and features 2,400 square feet dedicated to viewing the world through the camera’s lens. From March 6 to 20, the gallery’s latest exhibition comprises works by Toronto-based shooter Eamon Mac Mahon. His epic yet intimate images portray Alaska and northwestern Canada as seen from a bush plane.