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Haitian-Canadian Photographer Ajani Charles Exhibition at Toronto’s Billy Bishop Airport

Acclaimed Haitian-Canadian photographer Ajani Charles’s much awaited exhibition opened in January 2024 to much media fanfare at a very unusual venue, the atrium of Toronto’s Billy Bishop City Airport. It will remain open until the end of the year. So far thousands of travelers, tourists, and Toronto residents have seen Project T-Dot, Ajani’s stunning collection of some 80 portraits of Toronto’s artists and other key actors involved in the creation and growth of the city’s hip-hop scene over the past decades. Some, like Drake, are world famous; others are less known but no less important in the development of this sometimes marginalized sector of the arts scene in a multicultural city renowned for its arts and entertainment. This exhibition consists of poster size photos on two walls and a large interactive touchscreen that allows visitors to peruse the subjects’ bios and additional pictures.  Don’t miss Ajani Charles’s Project T-Dot at Billy Bishop City Airport on your next visit to the Queen City; if you’re a resident, do make the convenient public transit trip to the downtown airport to see one of the biggest ever solo photo exhibitions in Canada.  

Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport welcomes “Project T-Dot” photography exhibit 

Toronto-based photographer Ajani Charles brings his stunning visual chronicle of Toronto’s diverse Hip-Hop scene to the city’s downtown airport for a limited time

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Meredith chats with photographer Ajani Charles about ‘Project T’ his newest exhibition which will be on display at Billy Bishop airport.



Browse through Ajani’s photography portfolio at his website: 

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