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A sample of Mary McCartney's photographs making their Canadian gallery debut

The Giles Deacon fashion show in London in 2008.

Fashion has been one of the consistent subjects of Mary McCartney’s photography since she launched her career in 1995. An exhibition of her work opens Thursday at Izzy Gallery in Toronto’s Yorkville neighbourhood.

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Morrisey, at Royal Festival Hall in London in 2004.

Mary McCartney’s Toronto show, called Developing, is the first exhibition of her work in Canada. ‘Mary’s work represents a free and natural style of photography,’ gallerist Izzy Sulejmani says.

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Paul McCartney, in the California desert in 1999.

Mary McCartney’s images of her famous father are among the works that will be on display at Izzy Gallery in Toronto. They are also sprinkled through her first book, From Where I Stand.

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Photographers shooting Stella McCartney’s fashion show in Paris in 2006.

‘We are close and we hang out quite a lot so we bounce ideas off each other,’ Mary McCartney says of her designer sister.

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The Chloé show in Paris in 1997.

Mary McCartney’s fashion photography has also included editorial work for such magazines as Harper’s Bazaar, Tatler, Interview Magazine and Vogue.

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The Chloé show in Paris in 2000.

In addition to covering fashion shows, Mary McCartney has shot advertising campaigns for such global brands as Goosard, adidas, Aga, Bucherer and Mandarin Oriental.

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