Curriculum Vitae

Tomas Jirku   (b. 1979, Czech Republic)   |   604.831.1440

Tomas Jirku is an Vancouver-based photographer who explores the region’s backcountry in search of its hidden secrets. Using modern technology capable of capturing beyond the limits of human vision, he translates encounters with the natural sublime to reveal what is past the threshold of our reality.

Ontario College of Art and Design, 2003

2019  Natural Energy, Charles Clark Gallery, Vancouver
2018  Looking Deeper, Artworks Gallery, Vancouver
2017  Revelations, Interurban Gallery, Vancouver
2017  Ciliate 9, 560, Vancouver
2015  Chicken Militia, Artdome, Vancouver

2015  Ciliate 7, Studio East, Vancouver
2013  Let There Be Light, Interurban Gallery, Vancouver

2019  Unseen Urban Energy, Mount Pleasant Community Art Screen, The Independent, Vancouver
2018  Alpine Infrared Revelations, Canada Line Public Art Program—InTransit BC, King Edward Station, Vancouver

Fleischmann, Ariane: “Transit Just Got a Whole Lot More Visual”, Artslandia Magazine, April 2018
Smith, Janet: “Tomas Jirku’s Radiant Landscapes”, The Georgia Straight, February 2018
Van Veen, Tobias: “Disciples of Light and Shadow”, Pique Magazine, September 2016

Venker, Thomas: “The Secret Nature of Vancouver”, Kaput Magazin, October 2015

Publications as Author
“Touching The Sublime”, (Blurb, 2020)
“Committed to Print”, (Blurb, 2015)

Works held in private collections in Canada, the United States, Guatemala, Germany, and France.