Our spring/summer exhibition season has been postponed until fall 2020. Learn more

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Nothing is more important to us than the health and safety of our community. The Ryerson Image Centre remains closed until further notice.

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Ryerson Image Centre, 2020 © James Morley, Ryerson Image Centre

Exhibition Catalogues

As part of our exhibition program, the RIC publishes photo books in collaboration with a variety of partners and sponsors. The most recent addition is True to the Eyes: The Howard and Carole Tanenbaum Photography Collection, published in 2018 by Hirmer Virlag, in partnership with the Ryerson Image Centre. This catalogue accompanied an exhibition by the same name, and features an interview with the collectors and essays exploring their deeply personal and socially aware approach to collecting. Shop our exhibition catalogues.

The Faraway Nearby

What It Means To Be Seen

Archival Dialogues

Berenice Abbott

Student Gallery

Apply for a chance to have your own exhibition in our student gallery! Deadline: May 30, 2020, 11:59 pm EST

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The Student Gallery showcases the art and curatorial practices of Ryerson University’s current undergraduate and graduate students and recent alumni from all disciplines. Rigorous yet inclusive, the program engages audiences with important issues through group or solo exhibitions of contemporary art and historical lens-based media. Presenting six exhibitions per year, the Student Gallery provides valuable, professional experience in the curation and display of artwork.

The exhibitions are selected annually, following a call for submissions, by a committee comprised of staff members from the RIC, along with students and faculty members from the School of Image Arts.