‘Nuit Blanche’ in Toronto, street art encounters

 
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10 Dec

2012

We bring you, somewhat in a belated way, Nuit Blanche or when Toronto was transformed for one night only by hundreds of artists. Stroll all night long and get amazed by the works on display. A big thank you to Paul Snell for sending in the pictures below and no we aren’t jealous that he was out there and not us!

Green Invaders, 2012 | Yves Caizergues – Lyon, France
Light Installation – more about this project
Green Invaders, 2012  Yves Caizergues - Lyon, France  Light Installation

Vertical Constructions: Dancer #1 and #2, 2012 | Max Streicher – Toronto, Canada
Sculpture (left) – more about this project
The Way Things Are, 2012 | Chris Hanson – Brooklyn, USA | Hendrika Sonnenberg – Brooklyn, USA
Sculptures – painted street lamps (right) – more about this project
Vertical Constructions: Dancer #1 and #2, 2012  Max Streicher - Toronto, Canada  SculptureThe Way Things Are, 2012  Chris Hanson - Brooklyn, USA Hendrika Sonnenberg - Brooklyn, USA  Sculptures - painted street lamps

Pair, 2012 | Neil Campbell – Vancouver, Canada
Sculpture – more about this project
Pair, 2012  Neil Campbell - Vancouver, Canada  Sculpture

Applications for next year are already open, find out more here – http://www.scotiabanknuitblanche.ca/

Here below is a video of the event – A sneak peek of some of the projects that were on display across Toronto for one night only, during Scotiabank Nuit Blanche on Saturday, September 29, 2012.

Author: Pierrick Senelaer

Founder of the Art-Pie site. I design and code websites and apps Monday to Friday from 9 to 5 and enjoy drawing, painting and visits to museums and galleries at night and weekends.

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