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Major InstitutionsBuilt for Art: A Secret Garden

401 Richmond at Night, 2013
Photo: Petia Karrin

Urbanspace Property Group

Diaspora Dialogues - Toronto, Canada
Esmeralda Enrique Spanish Dance Company & Academy of Spanish Dance - Toronto, Canada
Gallery 44 Members - Toronto, Canada
Jacquie Green - Toronto, Canada
Karen Miranda Abel - Toronto, Canada
Martin Heath - Toronto, Canada
Micha Dahan - Toronto, Canada
Open Studio Members - Toronto, Canada
[R]e[D]ux Lab - Toronto, Canada
The Station - Toronto, Canada
Theatre Gargantua - Toronto, Canada
Zahra Saleki - Toronto, Canada
A Space Gallery - Toronto, Canada
Abbozzo Gallery - Toronto, Canada
Gallery 44 - Toronto, Canada
Open Studio - Toronto, Canada
The Red Head Gallery - Toronto, Canada
TAG - Tangled Art Gallery - Toronto, Canada
Trinity Square Video - Toronto, Canada
Urbanspace Gallery - Toronto, Canada
yumart gallery - Toronto, Canada
Spacing Store - Toronto, Canada
Swipe Design | Books + Objects - Toronto, Canada

A looming brick façade runs nearly the length of a city block along Richmond Street West at Spadina Avenue. Enduring and unassuming, 401 Richmond, a heritage warehouse-turned arts and culture hub, holds its ground in the midst of towering developments. This Nuit Blanche, walk through the front doors and find yourself in a veritable urban oasis where warm brick walls, antique hardwood floors, and potted plants lining the labyrinthine hallways form the backdrop for an array of artist projects, all under one roof. Artists, cultural producers, microenterprises, galleries, festivals, and shops fill the building and give it life. At 401, the seeds of great ideas are nurtured and allowed to flourish. Support, growth, and life characterize many aspects of the building from its green spaces to its diverse tenant community, and underpin the themes for this year’s event. 401 Richmond offers A Secret Garden in the concrete jungle.

A heritage building filled with a vibrant mix of installations, performances, tenant-gallery exhibitions and more!

A heritage building filled with a vibrant mix of installations, performances, tenant-gallery exhibitions and more!

Legend

OBLIVION Militant Nostalgia And the Transformation Reveals Facing the Sky Independent Projects Major Institutions Event Centre Invictus 360°

401 Richmond

401 Richmond Street West (Accessible entrances off Richmond Street and at Richmond Street/Spadina Avenue.), (416) 595-5900

Parental guidance advised

This project is both indoors and outdoors.