The 10×10 Photography Project is proud to return the to Gladstone Hotel this year to feature the photographic work of ten new Canadian queer photographers and 100 new portraits to celebrating LGBTI Canadians in the arts.
Started in 2010, 10×10 has become a staple visual art exhibition in Toronto, providing a quieter, contemplative space to reflect on the great impact this community has made on the arts, locally, nationally and internationally. To celebrate WorldPride, the exhibition has expanded to fill two floors of the Gladstone Hotel and will be on display for ten weeks from June 5th to August 18th. Each photographer brings their own professional background to the project, representing diverse approaches to portraiture and presentation.
Photographers this year include: Pascal Arseneau, Micheal Chambers, Christopher Cushman, Evergon, April Hickox, Marni Grossman, Zoe Gemelli, Mikka Gia, Mitchel Rafael, Alejandro Santiago and will feature portraits of Alison Duke, Charles Pachter, Heather Cassils, Dimitri Papatheodorou, Trey Anthony, D’bi.young Anitafrika, John Greyson, Robert Lepage, Michele Pearson Clarke, Syrus Marcus Ware, JD BlackCat, Ron Kennel, Rhoma Spencer, JJ Levine, Charlie Hill, G.B. Jones, Maurice Vellekoop, Simone Jones, Carlyn Moulten, Deb Filler, S. Bear Bergman, Candy Palmater, Patricia Rozema, Sarah Liss, Tynomi Banks, Mandy Goodhandy, Ronnie Burkett and many many more.