SCOTIABANK CONTACT PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL: PHOTOS OF THE WEEK
One of our favourite cultural events in Toronto is the internationally acclaimed Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival. Every year it is incredibly inspiring to see all of the amazing art and photography displayed at more than 175 venues throughout the city! During the month of May, an extensive range of exhibitions, public installations, films, lectures, and workshops are presented to more than one million people.
To celebrate this year’s theme, “Field of Vision”, we are counting down our top five photos every week!
June 13, 1930, 1120 Yonge Street by Arthur S. Goss. On display at the Ryerson Image Centre.
Female Woodpecker by Sara Angelucci. On display at Art Gallery of York University.
Marginal Waters by Doug Ischar. On display at Gallery 44 .
Pierrot Turning twelve o’clock by Arnaud Maggs. On display at the Ryerson Image Centre.
Food by Martin Parr. On display at Metro Hall and Pearson International Airport.
Tweet us your favourite photo @natashankpr!