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Morris Lum. Lao Tsu Mural, 2013. Part of the exhibition, Tong Yan Gaai.

Harbourfront Centre Opens their Spring Visual Arts Exhibitions
Part of Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival 2017.

Johan Hallberg-Campbell, Joanne Ratajczak and Morris Lum present three distinctive solo installations that exemplify artistic rigor in their photo-based field work. Each artist revealing profound experiences captured from Vancouver to La Poile, and Rankin Inlet to Whitehorse.

Opening Reception
Saturday, April 29, 6–10pm
235 Queens Quay W.
FREE

Join us for the official opening party for our spring exhibitions! Enjoy a cash bar and snacks while you mingle with artists and curators. CONTACT 2017 catalogues will also be available.


Johan Hallberg Campbell
Coastal

In this site-specific installation of photographs and videos, Johan Hallberg-Campbell’s on-going project Coastal portrays the beauty and harshness of life on the edge of Canada’s three oceans, where the land meets the sea. Curated by Patrick Macaulay and Bonnie Rubenstein.


Joanne Ratajczak
Yukon Sketchbooks

Three years ago Joanne Ratajczak left her Toronto home and started driving north in hopes to find the end of the road. Where the road ended for her was the Yukon. The landscape and people of the north are portrayed through a mix of photographs, drawings and sketches. Curated by Patrick Macaulay.


Morris Lum
Tong Yan Gaai

Tong Yan Gaai (Chinatown) is a record of Morris Lum’s journey with his large-format camera on a search for cultural memory and Chinese identity. The focus of this new installation is Vancouver. Curated by Patrick Macaulay.


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