Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival
Amanda Blake, And A Subway Station, 2017
Amanda Blake, And A Subway Station
Marley Abdull, , 2017
Marley Abdull,
Rachel Burns, , 2017
Rachel Burns,
2018 Open Exhibition

Group Exhibition
Dismantle

May 1–19, 2018
Artscape Youngplace - 1st, 2nd & 3rd Fl Hallway Galleries
180 Shaw St
Artists Marley Abdull
Raine Akiyama-Chen
Anna Arjoon
Alabama Bamford
Kira Bentley
Amanda Blake
Maximum Brauch
Aidan Breit-McNally
Noah Brown
Erica Bruno
Rachel Burns
Andrew Camilleri
Aya Danzig
Jaiden Dalbello
Carlin Elbourne
Ben Elhav
Isabella Ferrer
Hallie Ford
Camila Frater
Jelena Gajdel
Savva Gretzky
Grace Hancock
Joshua Holme
Spencer Julien
Olivia Kerr
Macy Kerrigan
Hayden Lawrence
Temple Marucci-Campbell
Curtis Matysek
Eliza McFarlane
Astrid Mohr
Brooklyn Morris
Liam O’Connor-Savaria
Anais Ordóñez Figueroa
Jamie Pattison
Eny Ross
Daniela Salinas
Maizy Shepherd
Sarah Shepperd
Romi Shraiter
Marina Sotiras
Taylor Storr
Quinn Tabbitt
Alexis Vo
Issie Watson

Through the Etobicoke School of the Arts’ experiential contemporary photography program, students develop a sophisticated art practice while evolving as artists and critical thinkers. They reflect on their own lived experiences and their connections to the human condition in order to make work that is both personal and engaging. Whether their rigorous research includes the dismantling of history and time, seeing intergenerational trauma in the black community, or finding light and hope where there may have been darkness, these young artists take risks, ask questions, and support one another to realize what they want to say through large-scale contemporary art photography.

Scotiabank CONTACT
Photography Festival

80 Spadina Ave Suite 205
Toronto ON M5V 2J4
Gallery Hours
Tue-Fri 11am–5pm
The CONTACT Gallery
is wheelchair accessible.