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A Constructed Image of Toronto

blogTO is thrilled to be an official media sponsor of this year's Contact Photography Festival, the largest photography event in North America.

On May 4th, in conjunction with the official Contact 2007 Festival launch party, blogTO presents:

"A Constructed Image of Toronto"

Toronto's top photobloggers display photographs that depict their vision of the city. Along with a public online photo gallery, the print exhibit forms a collective image that represents a kaleidoscope of culture, growth, and vitality.

This event is part of the celebration that launches the CONTACT 2007 festival in style, in an evening of reveling with participating artists, photographers and special guests, music, projections and public displays of photography.

Prints from the following Toronto photographers will be shown at the exhibit:

Pramesh Attwala | down.ca
Natalie Brahan | luminescent.org
Ryan Couldrey | Photendo.com
Shahin Edalati | shahin.ca/foto
Sean Galbraith | SMLG.ca
Hamish Grant | hame.ca/one/
Sam Javanrouh | topleftpixel.com
Frank Lemire | beyondsight.ca
Jerrold Litwinenko | Photosapience.com
Carrie Musgrave | delineated.com
Michael Rotenberg | fotograf.416
Irina Souiki | stillmemory.ca
Matt O'Sullivan | thenarrative.net
Tanja-Tiziana | DoubleCrossed.ca
Rannie Turingan | photojunkie.ca

Friday May4th, 7pm-midnight
@ Brassaii Bistro
461 King St. W, Toronto
416-598-8943

Also, the open call for submissions to our online gallery will continue throughout the month of May. We'll be featuring stunning images selected from the special Flickr pool. Don't miss out on the opportunity to have your favourite Toronto photos featured on the site!


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