Toronto is about to get transformed by photography this May thanks to the Scotiabank CONTACT festival.
As we look at the talented group of Canadian photographers who will be part of the 2019 New Generation Photography Award exhibition, we can’t help but imagine where their careers may take them in the next decade.
If the paths of other Gladstone Alumni are any indication, the future looks bright. We stay in touch with many artists who have exhibited with us, and we’re continually inspired by their work going forward.
Make sure to check out what some of our past photo-based exhibitors are up to during this year’s CONTACT festival! These artists’ works will be a not-to-miss part of this year’s exhibition.
Anique Jordan —’Ban’ yuh belly’
Anique Jordan exhibited at the Gladstone as of That’s So Gay: Uprising (2017).
See Jordan’s Ban’ Yuh Belly at CONTACT 2019!
Vivek Shraya — Trauma Clown
The acclaimed multi-media artist exhibited a photo essay at That’s So Gay: Come Together (2016).
See Shraya’s latest work (in collaboration with Zachary Ayotte), ‘Trauma Clown,’ at CONTACT 2019!
Susan Dobson — Back/Fill
Susan Dobson exhibited at Come Up To My Room 2016
See Dobson’s latest work, Back/Fill, at CONTACT 2019
Alejandro Santiago— El Camagüeyano
Alejandro Santiago exhibited at the 10×10 Photography Project in 2015.
Check out Santiago’s El Camagüeyano at CONTACT 2019!