Starting Thursday, it was possible for visitors to hop from opening to opening in galleries across the city. The official opening of CONTACT 2014 was Friday with the launch of exhibitions at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art in Toronto. Twenty-five hundred people were in attendance. Greeted in the building’s courtyard by Jim Naughten’s 17-meter long mural from the series Hereros, the public could choose where to start their visit.
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