Category: Julie McNeill

Nuit Blanche Toronto 2022

by Julie McNeill, Dylan MacHattie & Sara Rependa

For one sleepless night, from sunset to sunrise, the familiar is discarded and Toronto is transformed into an artistic playground

Nuit Blanche 2016

Saturday, October 1, 2016, sunset to sunrise

Phil Anderson, Andriy Bilenkyy, Julie McNeill, Simon Termine

Though this year’s variety was slightly smaller than previous years, it was no less impressive and awe-inspiring.

Imre Hajagos: Cold Brew Horizon at Gallery 1313

by Julie McNeill

It is a departure from his earlier style as natural and organic forms play an equally important role as urban motifs. The artist contemplates subjects as diverse as the universe’s passage of time all the way to the simple pleasure of the lakeside.


October 3, 2015 / sunset to sunrise

Phil Anderson, Julie McNeill, Dylan MacHattie, Ella Gorevalov, Simon Termine, Emily Newell

Too many gaps for me. I just ran out of steam and enthusiasm. The budget was larger this year with more corporate sponsorship but it didn’t show

Love Art 2014

May 7 – 11, 2014

Heritage Court, Direct Energy Centre

Occasions where art dealers and artists are approachable, as they are here, help bridge the gap and turn browsers into collectors

Nuit Blanche / A Photo Tour

by Julie McNeill and Adrian Ooesterman

overall, I wished for more of a theme…. and I hope that going forward, Nuit Blanche (especially the curated exhibits) would provide more guidance to artists: displays must be large enough and high and lighted enough for “hundreds” of people to see

Francis Muscat: When Tree Falls

by Julie McNeill

In this show, inspired by the trees a beaver brought down near his home, Muscat has taken the rough remainders and given them new meaning. I found this show contemplative, and an interesting juxtaposition of whimsy and strength.