10×10: 100 Portraits Celebrating LGBT People in the Arts

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In conjunction with 2011 Toronto Pride Week, a new photo exhibit & book is being launched featuring 10 Canadian LGBT photographers celebrating 100 Canadian queers in the arts.

10×10 is organized and curated by James Fowler and the White House Studio Project, and aims to spotlight some of the members of the LGBT community who have made extraordinary contributions to the arts in Canada, as well as some of the rising new stars.

Featuring the photographs of Tania Anderson, Joey Bruni, Paul Buen, John Caffery, InkedKenny, Patrick Lightheart, David Pike, G. Elliott Simpson, Tanja-Tiziana and Rannie Turingan, the 10×10 exhibit can be seen until July 7 at the White House Studio Project, 277.5 Augusta Avenue in Toronto.

The official reception & book launch takes place Thursday, June 30 from 7 until 11pm. A Facebook page has been set up and, if you would like to attend, you’re welcome to RSVP the event!

The book will retail  for $40 & will be available at the exhibit opening reception and book launch party, June 30. If you can’t make it to the launch party, you can still purchase a copy by emailing 10x10toronto@gmail.com