nuit blanche 2022

This is what Nuit Blanche looked like in Toronto for 2022

Nuit Blanche returned to Toronto in 2022 in a big way with over a hundred different installations and exhibits throughout the city. 

Warm and dry October weather along with this being the first Nuit Blanche since before lockdowns helped bring out a huge and enthusiastic crowd who flocked to downtown and other streets until the wee hours of the night.

Here's what it looked like.

While many of the high profile exhibits where located downtown and along the waterfront, the footprint of Nuit Blanche stretched from Etobicoke to North York to Scarborough with many pockets in between.

Like any year, some of the art was a hit and some was a head-scratcher but overall it was hard to think of a year when Nuit Blanche was better.

Lead photo by

Fareen Karim


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