10×10 Photography Project
10×10 Photography Project: 100 Portraits Celebrating Queers in the Arts by 10 Queer Photographers
Featuring work by: Thomas Brasch, Kim Fullerton, Ashley Iris Gill, Vince Ha, Kalmplex, Wade Muir, Jason Perreault, Public Studio, Joshua Rille, and John Rubino
Curated by: James Fowler
Presented by the Art Gallery of Mississauga
July 12 – August 28, 2022
Opening reception and catalogue launch: Thursday, July 21, 6-9pm
Register on Eventbrite to reserve a space on our opening reception art buses – accessible seating options are available
Over the last ten years, the 10×10 Photography Project has shined a light on a vibrant and diverse queer community. Previously a staple of visual arts programming at the Gladstone Hotel during Pride Toronto celebrations, 10×10 is proudly hosted by the Art Gallery of Mississauga for its tenth and final instalment.
Each year, the project features 100 new portraits of LGBTQI arts and cultural figures in Canada as seen through the lenses of ten queer lens-based artists. The subjects represent an intersection of professional experiences, highlighting both established and rising stars in the industry.
Accompanying each 10×10 exhibition is a catalogue that includes all 100 portraits presented in the show. Copies of the catalogue are available for purchase at the front desk.
2022 represents a landmark occasion for the 10×10 Photography Project, which has highlighted a total of 100 exceptional photographers who have collectively captured portraits of 1000 queer Canadian individuals in the arts.
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The Art Gallery of Mississauga is a public gallery supported by the City of Mississauga, the Ontario Arts Council, the Canada Council for the Arts, the Ontario Trillium Foundation, corporations, private citizens, and gallery members. AGM is located at 300 City Centre Drive, Mississauga, ON.
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