At 395 Wellington, Library and Archives Canada will be mounting a small exhibition about some of the performers that Karsh photographed.
The Karsh Trail includes a dozen sites relating to Karsh’s life and work in downtown Ottawa.
Festival Karsh will introduce the Canadian portrait photographer, Yousuf Karsh, and his work to a broader audience by exploring the contexts, myths and stories behind his work.
Jerry Fielder, Curator and Director of the Estate of Yousuf Karsh, will speak on the life and work of Yousuf Karsh, and his 30 years of working with Mr. Karsh and his photographs.
David Travis, former Chair and Curator of the Department of Photography at the Art Institute of Chicago, discusses why Yousuf Karsh may be the last of his kind.
Four experts in the field will discuss Karsh in sympathy and in contrast to the exhibition Yousuf Karsh: Regarding Heroes, which celebrates the centenary of the birth of Yousuf Karsh.
Estrellita Karsh, the widow of Yousuf Karsh, talks with csmonitor.com’s Pat Murphy about some of her late husband’s work.
Mrs. Estrellita Karsh, widow of renowned photographer Yousuf Karsh (1908-2002), talks about her husband’s life and work in this video interview.
The Ottawa Citizen asked its readers to tell them about the people who had been immortalized by the young Karsh. These are their stories.
The Canada Post stamps will feature his 1956 portrait of Audrey Hepburn, his 1941 portrait of Winston Churchill, and a self-portrait.