Toronto As I See It

Toronto As I See It, works by Hamish Grant


In a continuing series of wonderful photoblogger-fueled exhibits at Le Petit Dejeuner (191 King St. East), September brings us Hamish Grant's, "Toronto As I See It".

In this collection of photos, Grant looks at the ever-changing city and our mixed emotions about that change. In his own words, "Change brings challenges - many of us are nostalgic for a previous version of the city, perhaps one we grew up with. In this exhibit I have selected imagery that represents this state of flux, and the mixed feelings we seem to experience about it."

The artwork will be on display til the end of September.

Above: "In Flight", part of the Toronto As I See It exhibit.


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