Toronto Public Library is pleased to announce a new exhibition, Exposed, featuring highlights from the Toronto Star Photograph Archive. Exposed presents some of the memorable images that graced the pages of Canada’s largest daily newspaper. Powerful and provocative, these photographs were the lens through which Toronto Star readers witnessed the defining moments of the 20th century.
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In 1953, the Nissenbi (Japan Advertising Artists Club) Poster Competition set the entry format size as B1 (103 cm × 72.8 cm). This format quickly became the standard for posters in Japan. However, for special occasions, Japanese graphic designers took advantage of the larger horizon of the B-Zero size (103 cm × 145.6 cm). Designing in the B-Zero format is the most challenging and rewarding task for graphic designers. Exactly double the size of B1, these expanded posters are designed to dazzle commuters at train and subway stations.
Opening reception: Wednesday, May 6th at 6:30pm
Photography by Chad Evans Wyatt
This photographic collection features black and white portraits of successful Canadian Roma, in the attempt to defy prejudice and challenge Gypsy stereotypes and discrimination.
In partnership with the Roma Community Centre.
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The Istituto Italiano di Cultura and The Toronto Comic Arts Festival 2015, present:
HANSEL & GRETEL
Illustrations by Lorenzo Mattotti
From the Graphic Novel by Neil Gaiman and Lorenzo Mattotti
Opening reception at 6 pm
Founded in 1995, the Lycée Français de Toronto is a Canadian independent school which has an agreement with the AEFE (Agency for French Education Abroad). It now has over 460 students enrolled from kindergarten to the final year.
For the fourth consecutive year, the library of the Lycée Français de Toronto organizes a photography contest opened to all students of the institution from 10 to 18 years old.
Lorenzo Vitturi: "DALSTON ANATOMY"
Gallery hours: Tue-Fri, 11-5pm.; Sat, 12-5pm.
Reception: May 2 3–6pm.
80 Spadina Avenue, Suite 205, Toronto
Lorenzo Vitturi is a photographer and sculptor living and working between London and Milan. Formerly a cinema set painter, Vitturi has brought this experience into his photographic practice, which revolves around playful site-specific interventions at the intersection of photography, sculpture and performance.
MILAN, A PLACE TO READ
An exhibition revealing the wonders of Milan
Milan the undisputed capital of publishing in Italy, an undiscovered Milan, made up of authors, publishers and above all readers, a city to be read and for the reader.
Opening reception: June 4, 2015 – 6:00pm. – 8:00pm.
Opening reception: Wednesday April 8 at 6:30pm
Aurélien Muller, French-Swiss photographer settled in Toronto, will present his photographic project on the Cuban Revolution.
The Gallery at the J invites you to celebrate our 10th anniversary with a group exhibition of past artists. Featured artists: Aaron Vincent Elkaim, Bernice Eisenstein, David Trautrimas, Esther Simmonds-MacAdam, Harry Enchin, Harry Tiefenbach, Irit Epstein, Jason Schwartz, Judy Singer, Mark Loren Freedman, Myriam Nafte, Rafael Goldchain, Rob Croxford, Roman Elinson, Shelly Grimson, Sheree Rasmussen.
Tenth Anniversary Season Sponsor: Miles S. Nadal, MDC Partners, Inc.
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