Waterfront Photo Exhibition in Toronto

July 17, 2014 at 10:30 am  •  Posted in News & Events by

Victoria Vitasek, Development (Ananta Parsaud), 11:30am, December 7, 2013, Markham / “I wanted to explore a development site with Ananta. With both of us growing up in Markham, we have noticed how fast the area changes with the growth of many housing developments and commercial buildings. This is now replaced by new private homes ready for home owners.”

© Victoria Vitasek, Development (Ananta Parsaud), 11:30am, December 7, 2013, Markham / “I wanted to explore a development site with Ananta. With both of us growing up in Markham, we have noticed how fast the area changes with the growth of many housing developments and commercial buildings. This is now replaced by new private homes ready for home owners.”

Through June 2015, No Flat City: Toronto’s Incomparable Terrain will be on view along Lake Ontario. Produced by Harbourfront Centre and curated by Patrick Macaulay, the exhibition of 72 large-scale photographic images will offer an opposing viewpoint to the idea that the Toronto area is totally flat. Images include work by Sarah Burtscher, Chloë Ellingson, Brett Gundlock, Brendan George Ko, Darren Rigo and Victoria Vitasek.

© Brett Gundlock, Erosion, Evening; April 22, 2014 – Meadowcliffe Drive Erosion Control Project, Scarborough Bluffs / “A piece of the Bluffs falls from the slope. I was walking through the construction site and heard weird noises looked up to see this dirt falling towards me. I swung my camera and fired two frames without looking through the viewfinder.”

© Brett Gundlock, Erosion, Evening; April 22, 2014 – Meadowcliffe Drive Erosion Control Project, Scarborough Bluffs / “A piece of the Bluffs falls from the slope. I was walking through the construction site and heard weird noises looked up to see this dirt falling towards me. I swung my camera and fired two frames without looking through the viewfinder.”