Exhibition: Scotiabank Nuit Blanche 2012

Toronto’s annual Nuit Blanche returns this Saturday, September 29, with over 150 commissioned and public projects to take in from sundown to sunrise. With 3 zones spanning nearly all of downtown, it’s a good idea to formulate somewhat of a game plan for the evening to ensure you make it to all of the venus you wanted to explore and don’t miss out on anything spectacular.

Here are the Ministry’s recommendations of some of the best shows to check out tomorrow night!

CITY HALL PROJECTS

Douglas Copeland: Museum of the Rapture, 2012
painting
Toronto City Hall underground parking garage, 100 Queen St. W

Symposium -Until the End of the World, 1991
Symposium and film screening
Toronto City Hall Council Chambers, 100 Queen St. W

Thomas Blanchard: The Vault, 2012
Photographic installation
Toronto City Hall underground parking garage, 100 Queen St.W

ZONE A

Tim Davis: Dollar General Drive By, 2011
Video installation
Emily St. & King St. W (West of University Ave.)

Michael Lane & Colin Geddes: Cent une tueries de zombies, 2012
Looped film installation
TIFF Bell Lightbox, 350 King St. W

Christian Marclay: The Clock, 2010
Film
The Power Plant, 231 Queens Quay W.

LEITMOTIF
Various installations around Parkdale
West Queen St. W between Dufferin St. & Roncesvalles Ave.

ZONE B

Archival Dialogues: Reading the Black Star Collection

Photography exhibition
Ryerson Image Centre, 33 Gould St.
Night Kitchen Under the Tabletop, 2012
Installation and performance
Ontario College of Art & Design, 100 McCaul St.

ZONE C

Dada Reboot! 2012
Group installation/exhibit
In the Distillery Historic District, 55 Mill St.

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