Date: Apr 4, 2017
The Face of Toronto is a faithful, affectionate, and penetrating visual study by a distinguished photographer of a Canadian city in the middle of the 20th century. Those who know Toronto will find on every page an unexpected revelation of beauty or history or a satirical point freshly made. Those who are curious about Toronto will find a truer impression than in any systematic documentary survey. And finally, those who value photography as an art will welcome and treasure this compact and brilliant little volume, which is enhanced by a witty, perceptive essay by Alan Gowans.
Written by: Ralph Greenhill/Alan Gowans