Noir Architecture

Hamish Robertson

Noir Architecture, showcasing photographs by Hamish Robertson, illustrates the Toronto downtown core, long after midnight. These images of deserted streets are bound together by a poetic text exploring the connotations that arise when one photograph is placed next to another and the creation of a subjective internalized narrative occurs. The exhibition depicts the history of Toronto through the lens of the photographer’s own memory and imagination.

Curated by Don Snyder