Photo by Shari Kasman, August 2018

Photo by Shari Kasman, August 2018

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News

Galleria: The Mall That Time Forgot was released in November 2018. Five hundred copies were printed. It sold out within a matter of months.

A smaller, abridged version of the Galleria Mall book entitled Goodbye, Galleria was released on May 2, 2019. The new book is available at:
Spacing Store in 401 Richmond
Type Books (Junction and Queen W locations)
Flying Books on Queen W
Sonic Boom on Spadina, N of Queen
TOWN in Bloordale
Art Metropole in the MOCA building
Likely General on Roncesvalles
Book City (Danforth and Yonge & St. Clair locations)

Shari Kasman had a solo photo exhibit related to the Galleria Mall book at CONTACT Photography Festival:
Memories of Galleria Mall. May 3 to 5 at Geary Lane:

The Galleria book and related photography show are featured in an article in the Globe and Mail

The Galleria Mall book was mentioned in the Star in an article: Are Shopping Malls Making a Comeback?

In November 2018, Salted Pepper Projects released a book called Galleria: The Mall That Time Forgot by Shari Kasman. Only 500 copies were printed. It sold out within three months. A few signed copies are still left at Spacing Store and Type Books (Junction location).

Old News

Books and other items will be available (while quantities last) here:
Dec 8: Junction Triangle Craft & Gift Show, Pauline P.S., 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Dec 22: Tranzac Holiday Gift Fair, Tranzac (Brunswick, south of Bloor), 12 to 6 p.m.

If you came out to celebrate at the book launch:
Thanks a lot!

There’s a photo essay online in Toronto Life.

The Kickstarter campaign for the book is over. It was successful!

More info about the Galleria book is on the Spacing blog.

Even more info about that project is in this BlogTO article. Here’s a modification on the headline.

NOW Magazine wrote an article about the Galleria book.

Shari Kasman has a top 5 list on the Akimbo website, and yes, the list includes the Galleria

CityTV did a bit on malls with Shari talking about the Galleria

There’s something on the Invisible Publishing blog about this Galleria project as well