A glimpse into the daily lives of the people of Toronto through compelling photographic portraits curated from the Toronto Public Library’s Toronto Star Photograph Archive and the Canadian Documentary Art Collection. Each face tells a story. Assembled together, these portraits illuminate broad changes to demographics, fashion, technology, work, and leisure in the city over the 20th century. Included is the work of award-winning Toronto Star photographers such as Boris Spremo, C.M. and Andrew Stawicki.
Part of the 2016 Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival
The Changing Face of Toronto is on display in the TD Gallery. Free. Guided tours every Tuesday at 2 p.m.
Image credit: Frank Teskey/Toronto Star