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Tour starts at Queen's Park subway station at 1pm
The talk starts at 1:45 pm at 101 College Street, MaRS Discovery District, CR-3
Celebrate the first major Canadian Exhibition of Gideon Mendel's Drowning World on Sunday, May 25 with an Exhibition Tour, Artist Talk and Panel Discussion
"UK-based South African photojournalist Gideon Mendel has found a dramatic way to document climate change. Photographing people in flooded homes has become an ongoing project and obsession, taking him to nine countries. His stark images demonstrate how rising water leaves rich and poor in the same boat." (NOW Toronto)
EXHIBITION TOUR at 1:00 PM led by Gideon Mendel and curator, Sharon Switzer at Queen's Park subway station.
Queen's Park Station is at the intersection of University Avenue and College Street
ARTIST TALK by Gideon Mendel and PANEL DISCUSSION
Starts at 1:45 p.m. at MaRS with Dennis O'Hara, Alanna Mitchell, Gideon Mendel, Tom Rand and Catherine Wright.
101 College Street, MaRS Discovery District, CR-3
RECEPTION to follow at Mercatto (MaRS)
This event is FREE of CHARGE and space is limited.
Please confirm your attendance via Eventbrite - Drowning World.