Building Storeys 2012: A Photo Exhibit of Transportation in Toronto

Originally installed through the CONTACT photography festival at SteamWhistle in May 2012, Building Storeys held its second run at Evergreen Brickworks from September 14-November 18 in conjunction with their exhibit, MOVE: The Transportation Expo.

Through the adventurous lens of the Building Storeys photography group and Heritage Toronto, experience intriguing images of often unseen rail and marine transportation infrastructure in Toronto. The exhibit is co-curated by Christopher Hume of the Toronto Star and Gary Miedema, Chief Historian at Heritage Toronto.

A collaborative effort by Heritage Toronto and the Building Storeys photography collective, building storeys is a visual documentation and anecdotal exhibit of our city’s cherished – and in some cases, somewhat unknown – heritage buildings and sites. The project brings together both the heritage and arts communities in collaboration to create awareness of the depth of our city’s heritage.

The Photographers:
Robert Dyke, Sean Galbraith, Rick Harris, Mathew Merrett, Timothy Neesam, Olena Sullivan, Toni Wallachy

Select Photos From Building Storeys  2012

Presenting Sponsor

Supporting Sponsor

The Howard and Carole Tanenbaum Family Foundation

Media Sponsor
torontoist.com

 

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