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Scotiabank Nuit Blanche
Toronto Canada 2015

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JR, Inside Out, 2011-2015

Scotiabank Nuit Blanche 2015
October 3, 2015

The 10th edition of Scotiabank Nuit Blanche featured more than 60 contemporary
art projects by Toronto's art community and four curated exhibitions produced
by the City of Toronto

Exhibition Projects produced by the City of Toronto

Exhibition Area A: College Street/University of Toronto
    "HTUOS/HTRON" - Curated by Agustin Pérez Rubio
    [12 exhibition projects stretching from the University of Toronto and College Street
    over to Carlton and Jarvis Streets]

Exhibition Area B: City Hall / Bay Street
    "Black and White Night" - Curated by JR
    [Internationally acclaimed artist JR presented the event's first-ever artist exhibition
    in and around City Hall and down Bay Street.]

Exhibition Area C: Waterfront (Parliament Street to Harbourfront Centre)
    "The Work of Wind" - Curated by Christine Shaw
    [13 projects unfurling the 13 Beaufort wind forces along the Waterfront between
    Parliament Street and Harbourfront Centre.]

Exhibition Area D: Downtown Central [Nathan Phillips Square]
    "10 for 10th - Memory Lane" - Curated by Che Kothari
    [10 projects co-produced by the City of Toronto in partnership with 10 of Toronto's
    cultural organizations.]

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.

Independent Projects

Special projects from the event sponsors and partners

Special Projects

Nuit Talks
    A series of themed contemporary art lectures

Projects Index
    A-Z list of all project titles

Artist Index
    A-Z list by artist name

About Scotiabank Nuit Blanche
City of Toronto Scotiabank Nuit Blanche Website

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