a rare chance to see history here at the RIC

Portrait of three young girls, ca. 1850, unidentified photographer, daguerreotype in frame. RIC exhibit of portion of Tanenbaum collection

Toronto. The main feature at the Ryerson Image Centre is the fabulous selection of images from the collection of Carole and Howard Tanenbaum. Kate Taylor of the Globe was there and wrote this engaging article for the newspaper last week.

Coinciding with PHSC’s own sponsorship of a Kodak Canada exhibit by Ryerson students at the RIC, editor Bob Lansdale toured the Tanenbaum exhibition and has added some charming photos of the opening night to his News supplement to Photographic Canadiana ┬áissue 44-4 which will go out this month to all members (not one yet? Easy-peasy. Just use the PayPal link in the upper right sidebar of this site).

Member or not, it is well worth a visit to the exhibition where you can see photographs from 1839 on, many being recognizable photographs by well known photographers.

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