Ajani Charles Project T-Dot

Toronto City Hall ⁠ accessible_forward
100 Queen St W
May 1–Jun 30

The Project T-Dot art exhibition comprises black-and-white photographs and written captions that depict Toronto’s hip-hop culture, community, and history, which Ajani Charles began capturing in December of 2006.

This definitive visual story will shed new light on the city’s hip-hop scene, presenting a Toronto subculture in a way that exemplifies the cultural richness of the city.

The exhibition shows intimate images of Toronto’s most renowned hip-hop figures, as well as many who are lesser-known, including members of the 2SLGBTQIAP, Black, and Indigenous communities, women, and underserved youth.

Part of ArtworxTO: Toronto's Year of Public Art 2021–2022