Flash Forward/Flash Back: A celebration of emerging photographers from the Magenta Foundation
Photo: ©Maya Fuhr
Ryerson Image Centre
To celebrate the Ryerson Image Centre’s fifth anniversary, we will be participating in Toronto’s Nuit Blanche--5 years to the day since opening its doors in Fall 2012. In partnership with the Magenta Foundation, we will present Flash Forward/Flash Back, featuring 26 past and present winners of the Flash Forward Emerging Photographers Competition.
Also on view, the RIC’s fall season of exhibitions includes:
THE FARAWAY NEARBY: PHOTOGRAPHS OF CANADA FROM THE NEW YORK TIMES PHOTO ARCHIVE
Drawing from nearly 25,000 photographs of Canadian subject matter from The New York Times Photo Archive, an extraordinary new promised gift to the collection, this exhibition examines a century of Canada's history and its representation.
THE NOTMAN STUDIO: 1858-1915
This exhibition surveys the diverse production of William Notman's bustling network of photography studios: through extraordinary portraiture, landscapes, and genre scenes, the young Dominion of Canada as energetic and sublimely beautiful.
ZACHARIUS KUNUK: DOG TEAM
In Dog Team, a new commission for the RIC's Salah J. Bachir New Media Wall, Inuk artist Zacharias Kunuk captures a traditional way of being from a distinctly contemporary perspective.
PAUL SWANSON: AIR OF UNCERTAINTY
The Ryerson Image Centre (RIC) exists for the research, teaching and exhibition of photography and related media. As an active partner within the academic fabric of Ryerson University, the cultural network of Toronto, and the national and international photography community, we develop programs that speak to and welcome interested parties from many walks of life, including students, faculty, artists, historians, and curators, as well as the general public.
LegendCentury of Revolutions Taking to the Streets Life on Neebahgeezis Calculating the Unforeseen Independent Projects Major Institutions Special Projects Event Centre
Ryerson Image Centre
33 Gould Street (One block northeast of Yonge & Dundas Square)
Suitable for all ages
Last entry: 6:00 am
This project is indoors.