“Toronto: Street Level” Exhibition: Photos of Physical Disability & Accessibility Until End of July + Reception May 29, 2014

Toronto: Street Level – A Photography Exhibition

A photography exhibition curated by award-winning photographer Vincenzo Pietropaolo in partnership with Tangled Art + Disability

Continues to the End of July, 2014

Included in Regular Admission

Opening Reception: Thursday, May 29, 2014, from 5 to 8 p.m.
Official remarks at 6 p.m.

Mackenzie House
82 Bond St., Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Please RSVP to or 416-392-6915

Toronto: Street Level is an exhibition of photographs by 10 artists with disabilities, created through a workshop led by Vincenzo Pietropaolo, a self-taught independent Toronto documentary photographer.

  • The following 10 photographers “share their vision of street life in Toronto within a broad context of social justice:”

    • Mark Brose
    • Allan Cullen
    • Nicole Flynn
    • Natalia Isak
    • Steve Kean
    • Mike Monize
    • Jeff Nolan
    • Peter Owusu-Anasah
    • Dylan Smith
    • Kathy Toth

The exhibition features Kensington, Chinatown, Little Italy, and other neighbourhoods.

  • The photographers captured the “nuances of city life.”
  • The exhibit “documents the humanism of Toronto in the context of accessibility issues for residents with physical disabilities.”

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