About the Humans of Danforth Tour
Taking a cue from the wildly successful series, Humans of New York, Humans of the Danforth is a series of storefront installations that put a face and a human story to the businesses we love, or maybe haven’t yet gotten to know all along the Danforth. Featuring the work of local photographer Henry VanderSpek, storefronts in GreekTown will be transformed into gallery spaces for the full month of August, allowing residents and visitors a chance to explore the large scale portraits and stories while remaining socially distanced. Come and join us this summer on the Danforth for a celebration of the people who have made this one of Toronto’s most vibrant communities!
Where to find the Tour
As of September 5th, 2021, the Humans of the Danforth exhibit is no longer available along Danforth Ave. Starting September 15th, the exhibit will be displayed at the Pape/Danforth branch of the Toronto Public Library until December 2021.
The library is located at: 701 Pape Ave, Toronto, ON M4K 3S6
The tour is still available to explore - click the buttton below to get started!