Radiant Dark Darkness and Luxury – Toronto, Ontario

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Radiant Dark was conceived as a series to make accessible to the public the rich and multifaceted; sometimes obscured; aspects of independent, contemporary Canadian design. Held in a vacant space in the Burroughes Building in Toronto; Radiant Dark’s opening was postponed by a day as the Queen Street fire consumed neighbouring buildings in the block. Despite limited access due to the fire, the 7 day exhibit drew large numbers. It presented new works from over 50 design studios. Its theme afforded a snapshot of the dedicated practices and personal expression within current Canadian design.

 

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