MOCCA's Three Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival Exhibits ReviewsMay is not only home to the May Two-Four long weekend and Mother's Day, but it also kicks off Toronto's summer festival season with one of my favourite art festivals - Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival. If you have never heard of CONTACT, don't worry you are not alone. One of the main reasons I started The Purple Scarf was to not only learn more about my favourite city in the world but to also share why Toronto is my favourite city. So let me start off by telling you that Scotiabank CONTACT Photography festival is the LARGEST Photography Event in THE WORLD. That's right THE WORLD and it's right here in our own backyard!
|113, 2012 by Maria Robertson|
|Universal Montreal Snow Window, 2009 - 2014 by Ryan Foerster|
|Magenta Hurricane Printing Plate with dell flowers, 2012 - 2014 and unrecognizable universe, 2007 - 2015 by Ryan Foerster|
|062414D, 2014 and 14Y, 2011 by James Welling|
|Mourning Wall, 2000 by Ellen Carey|
|111, 2012 by Mariah Robertson|
|Dingbat (14), 2014 and Dingbat (2), 2013 by Chris Wiley|
|Lighting Fields 138, 2009 and Lighting Fields 119, 2009 by Hiroshi Sugimoto|
|After Noomi, 1993 printed 1994 by Gary Schnieder|
|Past Picture Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Exhibit|
|Articles of Glass, before January 1844 by Wiliam Henry Fox Talbot|
|Demolition Site 01 Inside, 2013 by Jihyun Jung|
|Demolition Site, 2013 -2014 by Jihyun Jung|
P.s!: In addition to Exhibitions, there are also large installations throughout the city and public events and lectures! Please visit CONTACT for more info!