On the way to work this morning I happened across a photo exhibit in Brookfield Place (formerly BCE place) – as I’ve mentioned before Brookfield Place is a great spot to encounter happy surprises in the morning as they regularly have something in their hyper-photogenic atrium.
The current exhibit is called “PhotoSensitive”. In their words:
“Photosensitive projects focus on realities with which North Americans are familiar including poverty, illness hunger, racism, ignorance, injustice. But it concentrates too on their antidotes: the hope found in the face of adversity, the laughter and love that make the difficulties of life tolerable, the simple pleasures that lighten dark lives. The photographers use the camera’s ability to tell a story, make a comment and spur viewers to action.”
More details can be found at PhotoSensitive.com