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final day of exhibition
Earthly Matters. Solo exhibition by Judy Raymer Ivkoff. Earthly Matters explores elements of the natural physical environment. The artist's narrations incorporate wood, stone, clay and metals ... more
Earthly Matters. Solo exhibition by Judy Raymer Ivkoff.
In conjunction with Earth Day – Earthly Matters explores elements of the natural physical environment. The artist's narrations incorporate wood, stone, clay and metals.
Canadian Sculpture Centre (T.O. Downtown)
final day of exhibition
David + Goliath. Group exhibition, including Brassaï, Constantin Brancusi, Thaddeus Holownia, André Kertész, Germaine Krull, Frank Mädler, Carol Marino, Sondra Meszaros, Barbara Morgan, Irving Penn, Max Regenberg, Gina Rorai, Giancarlo Scaglia, Ramón Serrano, Françoise Sullivan, David Urban ... more
To open our new group exhibition, David + Goliath, Corkin Gallery hosts a roundtable discussion with David Urban, visual artist; Kenneth Brummel, Assistant Curator, Art Gallery of Ontario; and Jane Corkin. Seating is limited; RSVP: info@corkingallery.com or 416 979 1980.
David + Goliath. Group exhibition includes Brassaï, Constantin Brancusi, Thaddeus Holownia, André Kertész, Germaine Krull, Frank Mädler, Carol Marino, Sondra Meszaros, Barbara Morgan, Irving Penn, Max Regenberg, Gina Rorai, Giancarlo Scaglia, Ramón Serrano, Françoise Sullivan, David Urban.
Corkin Gallery (T.O. Downtown)
final day of exhibition
THE LANGUAGE OF GESTURE – A new body of work exploring the universal language of gesture found in the expression of hands. Installation created by deborah harris and Sae Kimura, photographs by Ayokah Beauchamp ... more
THE LANGUAGE OF GESTURE – A new body of work exploring the universal language of gesture found in the expression of hands. Installation created by deborah harris and Sae Kimura, photographs by Ayokah Beauchamp.
Gallery Arcturus (T.O. Downtown)
final day of exhibition
CONSTRUCTING AN IDENTITY – An exploration of identity through collages by Eron Boyd ... more
CONSTRUCTING AN IDENTITY – An exploration of identity through collages by Eron Boyd.
Gallery Arcturus (T.O. Downtown)
final day of exhibition
Ontario Society of Artists: 144th Annual Open Juried Exhibition. www.ontariosocietyofartists.org ... more
Ontario Society of Artists: 144th Annual Open Juried Exhibition. www.ontariosocietyofartists.org.
John B. Aird Gallery (T.O. Downtown)
Spring exhibitions opening party 7-11pm
Scotiabank Photography Award: Suzy Lake. Main Gallery. Curator: Gaëlle Morel ... more
Scotiabank Photography Award: Suzy Lake.
Main Gallery.
Curator: Gaëlle Morel.
This exhibition celebrates the career of Canadian artist Suzy Lake, 2016 Scotiabank Photography Award winner, renowned internationally for her work on self-representation, female identity and the aging body. This survey of more than fifty objects, made between 1976 to 2014, brings focus to Lake's artistic process and methodologies. Including never-before-seen photographs, maquettes and working materials, the exhibition examines this important artist's career of experimentation and unwavering efforts through the years to push the boundaries of the photographic medium. Presented by Scotiabank, organized by the Ryerson Image Centre and a primary exhibition of the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.
Ryerson Image Centre (T.O. Downtown)
Spring exhibitions opening party 7-11pm
Max Dean: As Yet Untitled. Curator: Gaëlle Morel ... more
Max Dean: As Yet Untitled.
Curator: Gaëlle Morel.
Max Dean's As Yet Untitled (1992-1995) explores issues surrounding the viewer's responsibility for culture and memory, through an interactive experience where gallery visitors can instruct a factory automaton to save endangered family photographs. Composed of an industrial arm, conveyer belt, paper shredder, and two silhouetted hands, Dean's mechanized robot is programmed to pick up a 4" x 6" photograph from a hopper and present it to the viewer as a final step before it is discarded – allowing the audience to decide which images will survive, and which will be lost to history. A primary exhibition of the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.
Ryerson Image Centre (T.O. Downtown)
Spring exhibitions opening party 7-11pm
Souvenir: Kent Monkman, Caroline Monnet, Jeff Barnaby, Michelle Latimer. Salah J. Bachir New Media Wall ... more
Souvenir: Kent Monkman, Caroline Monnet, Jeff Barnaby, Michelle Latimer.
Salah J. Bachir New Media Wall.
Souvenir presents four short films addressing Indigenous identity and representation through reworked material from the National Film Board's archives. Using montage, intercutting and juxtaposition, First Nations and Métis artists Kent Monkman, Caroline Monnet, Jeff Barnaby, and Michelle Latimer explore and deconstruct cinematic stereotypes and interrogate history. These short collage films, each derived from a distinct artistic vision, explore Canada's complicated past – recasting documentation into critical inquiry and shining a harsh light on official inhumanity, appropriated iconography, and the politics of representation. Produced by the National Film Board of Canada and a primary exhibition of the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.
Ryerson Image Centre (T.O. Downtown)
Spring exhibitions opening party 7-11pm
Alexa Phillips: Cyborg Clones. Student Gallery ... more
Alexa Phillips: Cyborg Clones. Student Gallery.
Ryerson Image Centre (T.O. Downtown)
Spring exhibitions opening party 7-11pm
Shelley Niro: Battlefields of My Ancestors. Curator: Bonnie Rubinstein ... more
Shelley Niro: Battlefields of My Ancestors.
Curator: Bonnie Rubinstein.
Flower bed alongside Egerton Ryerson statue, Gould Street at Bond Street.
In her ongoing photographic series, Shelley Niro (Mohawk, Turtle Clan) documents the historic battlefields that hold significance for her people. Following the migration route of the Six Nations from upstate New York to southern Ontario – which began during the American Revolutionary War – she captures signs, memorials and landscapes. Situated alongside pre-existing plaques that describe Ryerson University's origins, her images offer a complex perspective on "official" histories. A two-venue installation presented in partnership with the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival and Fort York National Historic Site.
Ryerson Image Centre (T.O. Downtown)
Spring exhibitions opening party 7pm
Lori Blondeau: Asiniy Iskwew. Curator: Bonnie Rubenstein ... more
Lori Blondeau: Asiniy Iskwew.
Curator: Bonnie Rubenstein.
Lake Devo, Gould Street and Victoria Street.
In these large-scale self-portraits, Saskatoon-based Cree / Saulteaux / Métis artist Lori Blondeau poses statuesquely on the sites of significant Plains Indigenous rock formations. Adhered to the ancient stones in Devonian Square – imported from the Canadian Shield – the installation is a powerful reminder of Toronto's pre-colonial history and the continuing importance of ancestral gathering places created for sacred ceremonies and for recording histories. Presented in partnership with the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.
Ryerson Image Centre (T.O. Downtown)
art reception 7-9pm
The Blue Calm Abstract Art of Sarah Terrill. Cove Gallery. The colour blue is considered one of honesty and its commonality of use, and choice favourite of a loved one suddenly lost, brought forth these abstract expressions of heartfelt loss and lessons learned. Come and experience the hues of blue and the textures of trust in Sarah Terrill's art show ... more
The Blue Calm Abstract Art of Sarah Terrill. Cove Gallery. The colour blue is considered one of honesty and its commonality of use, and choice favourite of a loved one suddenly lost, brought forth these abstract expressions of heartfelt loss and lessons learned. Come and experience the hues of blue and the textures of trust in Sarah Terrill's art show.
Beaux-Arts Galleries Brampton (T.O. Environs)
Spring / Summer season launch (members' preview 5-6:30pm; public reception 6:30-8pm; see May 4 for curator's talk)
Les Levine: Transmedia ... more
Les Levine: Transmedia.
Agnes Etherington Art Centre (Ontario East)
Spring / Summer season launch (members' preview 5-6:30pm; public reception 6:30-8pm; see May 11 for related talk)
Road Trip: Across Canada with Alan C. Collier ... more
Road Trip: Across Canada with Alan C. Collier.
Agnes Etherington Art Centre (Ontario East)
Spring / Summer season launch (members' preview 5-6:30pm; public reception 6:30-8pm)
Northern Latitudes: Landscape as Identity in European and Canadian Painting ... more
Northern Latitudes: Landscape as Identity in European and Canadian Painting.
Agnes Etherington Art Centre (Ontario East)
Spring / Summer season launch (members' preview 5-6:30pm; public reception 6:30-8pm; see May 11 for curators' talk)
Absence / Presence: Contemporary Works in Dialogue ... more
Absence / Presence: Contemporary Works in Dialogue.
Agnes Etherington Art Centre (Ontario East)
Spring / Summer season launch (members' preview 5-6:30pm; public reception 6:30-8pm)
Alfred Bader Collects: Celebrating Fifty Years of the Bader Collection ... more
Alfred Bader Collects: Celebrating Fifty Years of the Bader Collection.
Agnes Etherington Art Centre (Ontario East)
screenings 7pm, with Q&A with the artists
NO FILTER. SAW Video is proud to present a joint screening with artist Eva Marie Rødbro (Copenhagen) and Canadian artist-duo Duke + Battersby (based in Syracuse, New York). The evening will feature a screening of three recent films, a discussion moderated by SAW Video's Programming Director Neven Lochhead, and a Q&A period with the audience. While these artists differ in how they each employ the moving image, all are unified by a sustained interest in adolescence, specifically young women, who play the central protagonists in each of the three films presented. FREE admission. Cash bar ... more
NO FILTER. SAW Video is proud to present a joint screening with artist Eva Marie Rødbro (Copenhagen) and Canadian artist-duo Duke + Battersby (based in Syracuse, New York). The evening will feature a screening of three recent films, a discussion moderated by SAW Video's Programming Director Neven Lochhead, and a Q&A period with the audience. While these artists differ in how they each employ the moving image, all are unified by a sustained interest in adolescence, specifically young women, who play the central protagonists in each of the three films presented. FREE admission. Cash bar.
SAW Video (Ontario East)
final day of artist residency
Will Kwan ... more
Will Kwan.
Art Gallery of Ontario, Weston Family Learning Centre (Community Courses)