Category: Leanne Simaan


October 25 – 28, 2013


continues to impress and surpass its previous year in what is the largest exhibition ever. This year’s project is NEXT, focuses on emerging artists

Nuit Blanche 2013

by Leanne Simaan, Margaret Irving, Rhys Male

Leanne covered mainly the downtown area while Margaret stayed in her neighborhood at Wychwood Barns and Rhys hanged out into the wee hours

Ghost Dance / Opening Reception

September 18, 2013, 6 – 8 p.m.

Ryerson Image Centre

The Ghost Dance, as stated by John Mooney in “The Ghost Dance Religion and Wounded Knee”, aims to reunite the living with their ancestral spirits and bring forth unity, prosperity and peace.

New Erotica

by Leanne Simaan

Collectively, these ladies put forth a message that uplifts and empowers the modern-day woman, even in moments of weakness and vulnerability.

Terry Gambarotto / Kardionic

by Leanne Simaan

the narrative that Gambarotto was attempting to communicate to his audience about the depths of our hearts, and not simply the scientific/cold exploration of this organ, but the emotional/spiritual connotations of the heart.

Jeremy Jansen

by Leanne Simaan

the works challenge the audience to rethink how their bodies are required to move/act in, as Soi puts it, “supposedly free and open environments.”