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The most popular photo essays of 2018

This year, Toronto Life took a tour inside Yayoi Kusama’s kaleidoscopic chambers at the AGO, spoke with a rooftopper who scales skyscrapers and construction cranes to see the city from a new perspective and sat down with a curator who knows all about Toronto’s rap trailblazers (pre-Drake). Here’s a look back at our most popular photo essays of 2018.

The most popular photo essays of 2018
This 20-year-old photographer makes Toronto look like a futuristic Blade Runner cityscape
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This 20-year-old photographer makes Toronto look like a futuristic Blade Runner cityscape

“Funny enough, I've never seen the Blade Runner movies"

The most popular photo essays of 2018
The most popular photo essays of 2018
Image courtesy of Nicholas Metivier Gallery
The most popular photo essays of 2018
The most popular photo essays of 2018
The most popular photo essays of 2018
The most popular photo essays of 2018
The most popular photo essays of 2018

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