Toronto Images Festival 2–21 April 2012

. April 1, 2012

Established in 1987, Toronto’s Images Festival is the largest festival in North America for experimental and independent moving image culture, showcasing the innovative edge of international contemporary media art both on and off the screen.

Deanna Bowen “The Paul Good Papers”, 2012. Multimedia. Image from ‘We Got Nothing to Hide’, Harold H. Martin & Kenneth Fairly, original photography by Lynn Pelham. Saturday Evening Post, January 30, 1965

Alongside film + video screenings, the festival presents groundbreaking live performances, media art installations in 16 local art galleries and online projects by many renowned Canadian and international artists within our three exhibition platforms:

Images On Screen (Film/Video screenings), Images Off Screen (Gallery exhibitions + online projects) and Live Images (multidisciplinary performances).

The 2012 the Images Festival showcases over 120 projects in 22 venues throughout Toronto including our new “pop-up” gallery “Images at 204″ and at our main theatrical venue: the Art Gallery of Ontario. In addition to screenings and gallery shows, Images presents artist talks, forums, guided gallery tours and parties. Situated in 16 gallery venues including A Space, Gallery TPW, Mercer Union, The Power Plant, YYZ and many others, Images Off Screen 2012 presents 26 exhibitions by Joshua Bonnetta, Deanna Bowen, Marc Boulos, Duncan Campbell, Keren Cytter, Oliver Husain, Abishek Hazra, Gary Kibbins, Silvia Kolbowski, Annie MacDonell, Julieta María, Naeem Mohaiemen, Antoni Muntadas, Alexandra Navratil, Tristan Perich, Sara Rara, Yashas Shetty, Deborah Stratman, Angélica Teuta, Kerry Tribe and many others! –

Category: Photography

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