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scotiabank  nuit blanche
Toronto Canada 2007
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B17 401 Richmond St. W.

Public corridors of 401 Richmond
Art in the Fall
Group exhibition

Come see some of the 401 Richmond highlights under low lights. This 100-year-old converted factory building, now a vibrant artistic hub, celebrates Scotiabank Nuit Blanche with art happenings, gallery exhibits, screenings and interventions. Some adult content.


401 Richmond st.

[ selected photographs ]

Open Studio

Shameless Promotion
Group exhibition curated by Suzanne Carte-Blanchenot

401 Richmond st.
Artists working in printmaking studio
Photo: Open Studio

Viewers are invited to witness artists creating integrated prints using the cadaver exquis approach to printmaking where each print changes hands and techniques.


Suite 115

Red Head Gallery
Group exhibition

Exploring Insomnia: a mixed-media exhibition by multiple artists that examines the state of sleeplessness and all its ramifications, both good and bad.


Suite 452

Curatorial Incubator, V.5: What’s Up Doc? adventures in animation
Group exhibition

401 Richmond st.
A good joke
Photo: VTape

Young curators are mentored in V-tape's annual Curatorial Incubator. This year, the Curatorial Incubator will feature all things animation - scratch, digital, hand-drawn. Anything goes.


Suite 128

Wynick-Tuck Gallery
Un-still lives with Traffic
Dyan Marie and Kelly Mark

401 Richmond st.
girl on a blue bike

A digital image mural created by Dyan Marie,
plus new work by Kelly Mark to coincide with her Hart House exhibit.


Toronto Culture / Soctiabank