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Scotiabank Nuit Blanche
Toronto Canada 2013
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Ai Weiwei, Forever Bicycles, 2013, Photo: Miklos Legrady

Scotiabank Nuit Blanche 2013
Discover 67 independent projects by Toronto's art community, three curated exhibitions featuring 44 projects produced by the City of Toronto, including a centrepiece installation by world-renowned artist Ai Weiwei.

Exhibition Projects produced by the City of Toronto
Under the direction of four curators, 44 temporary public art projects by local, national and international artists have been commissioned. Each curated Exhibition includes Open Call Projects which encourage involvement by a wide range of Toronto artists – established and emerging.

Independent Projects produced by the arts community
Toronto artists, cultural and educational institutions, museums, galleries and neighbourhoods participate in Scotiabank Nuit Blanche each year by producing one-of-a-kind projects that transform the city.

Ai Weiwei
A new Toronto edition of Forever Bicycles using 3,144 interconnected bicycles

Downtown Central - Off to a flying start
Curated by Ami Barak

University Ave/Queen's Park - PARADE
Curated by Patrick Macaulay

Downtown South West - Romancing the Anthropocene
Curated by Ivan Jurakic and Crystal Mowry

Extended Projects
Six exhibition projects you can visit between October 6 - 14

Independent Projects
Discover 67 independent projects by Toronto's art community

Projects Index
A-Z list of all project titles

Artist Index
A-Z list by artist name

Nuit Talks
A series of themed contemporary art lectures

About Scotiabank Nuit Blanche
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All opinions expressed through Scotiabank Nuit Blanche artworks
are solely those of the individual artist(s) and do not necessarily reflect
the opinions of Scotiabank or the City of Toronto.

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