Nuit Blanche 2022

Nuit Blanche, Toronto’s all-night celebration of contemporary art, returns this fall for its 16th edition.

Throughout Nuit Blanche Toronto’s 12-hour spectacle, 401 Richmond will be teeming with dynamic and interactive exhibitions, installations and performances created by home-grown talent and by artists from as far away as the Canadian Arctic.

Two floors of creative exploration await Nuit Blanche Toronto revellers for a unique experience that both highlights a diversity of cultural practice and showcases the iconic address that continues to transform Toronto’s cultural landscape.

Programming includes:

Houssam Alloum, painting installation, corridor adjacent to Urbanspace Gallery, 1st Floor

Eaoh Argos & Donald Quan, music performance, adjacent to B104, Lower Level

Susan Beniston, Inspiration|Exhalation: Breath-Taking-Time and The Space Within Us, participatory art practice, mixed media, Spadina entrance lobby, 1st Floor

Cinecycle, Scopitones screening, Courtyard, 1st Floor

Iain Downie, 360°, yarn, wood dowels, adjacent to Gallery 44, 1st Floor

Vladimir Kanic, The Book of Waves, living-algae, algae biopolymers, adjacent to B104, Lower Level

April Hickox, Observance, video installation, adjacent to Gallery 44, 1st Floor

Mayfield Secondary School Drama Students, Mad as Hell, performance, West facade windows, Spadina entrance exterior

Mayfield Secondary School Fine Arts Students, Positive Catharsis, mixed media, adjacent to yumart Gallery, Lower Level

Mayfield Secondary School Fine Arts Students, When was the last time you…, mixed media, corridor adjacent to Suite 111

Moonhorse Dance Theatre, ApHeart Procession, performers: Julia Aplin, Carol Anderson, Claudia Moore, Holly Small, Terrill Maguire, Arwyn Carpenter, Patrick Parsons, John Gzowski, Waleed Abdulhamid, Cory Sitek, corridor adjacent to Abbozzo Gallery, 1st Floor

Rob Nicholls, Vessel, audio experience with video projections, adjacent to B104, Lower Level

Quincy Shaw / The Macramist Co., Weaving Space, Cotton cord, yarn, wooden dowels, raffia,             Freight elevator adjacent to Gallery 44, 1st Floor, & Freight elevator adjacent to B104, Lower Level

Steven Tucker, sculptural installation, adjacent to LL106, Lower Level

Video Lounge Program B106, adjacent to Artspace TMU:

Renee Foy, Knowable Archives / Unknowable Vessels, Presented by Artspace TMU as part of The Black Creative Research Residency


Cheryl Rondeau, Our People, Our Climate, Presented by West Baffin Cooperative

Nadine Valcin, Emergence / Émergence, Presented by / Présenté par Le Labo

Welcome to 401 Richmond

In Memoriam: John Brown, Murray Laufer, John Scott and Eberhard Zeidler



401 Richmond Street West
Ground Floor
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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