A highlight of Nuit Blanche 2014, Holoscenes by US artists Early Morning Opera and Lars Jan was a public collision of the human body and water within an aquarium-like sculpture placed in Roundhouse Park for one magical night.
Toronto Transformed by Artists
Saturday, September 30, 2017
Toronto's free all-night contemporary art event invites adventurous residents and visitors to take to the streets from sunset to sunrise. Experience Toronto transformed by hundreds of Canadian and international artists. One night only, all night long.
Nuit Blanche Toronto 2017 will mark the milestone of Canada's 150th anniversary of confederation with the event-wide theme Many Possible Futures. Contributors to the 2017 edition of Nuit Blanche will focus on looking forward, placing both our differences and our solidarities at the very heart of their artistic discourse. The curatorial focus of each of the exhibitions reflect on timely and relevant ideas: protest and social change; revolution and resistance; difference and acceptance; and cultural endurance and visibility through the lens of Indigenous creators.
Visit the official Nuit Blanche Toronto website.
For Nuit Blanche 2017 curatorial statements, project descriptions and artist biographies, visit nbto.com.
Photo renderings of 2017 exhibition projects can be viewed and saved in high resolution by selecting the images below. Photo archives from 2016, 2015 and 2014 are also available.
For interview requests and media assistance, please contact: Justine Palinska at email@example.com or 416-395-7318.
Recent News Releases & Backgrounders
12/05/2016: News Release - Nuit Blanche Toronto announces its 2016 economic impact and event's curators for 2017