Saturday, September 19, 2009

September 2009 A Busy Month For MKG127 Artists

Adam David Brown's Index is included in the exhibition Logotopia: The Library in Architecture, Art and the Imagination which opened on September 10th at the Maclaren Art Centre in Barrie, Ontario. The exhibition includes work from many prominent architects, artists and writers. It continues until November 1st.

Roula Partheniou's exhibition, Circular Logic opened on September 12 at Cambridge Galleries Queen’s Square in Cambridge, Ontario. The exhibition features a new work from Partheniou's Handmade Readymade project and is an adjunct project of CAFKA.09: Veracity. The exhibition continues until October 4.

Kelly Lycan of Instant Coffee has a solo exhibition just down the street from MKG127 at Gallery TPW. WHITE HOT is a monochromatic installation and photo-based exhibition of recycled objects and re-visioned collections. Lycan manages the WHITE HOT flea market every Saturday at the gallery. Shopping is encouraged. The exhibition continues until October 10.

Kristiina Lahde's work, Delete is included in the exhibition, Fall Out which began on September 14th at the Blackwood Gallery at the Mississauga campus of the University of Toronto. Fall Out will be followed by a second exhibition, Fall In which begins on October 26th. Artists in the second exhibition will respond to the works in the first exhibition. During Fall In both will coexist in the gallery. Roula Partheniou is included in Fall In and will be responding to work by Zilvinas Kempinas. Both exhibitions continue until December 13.

Dave Dyment has created a new work, Sidereal Time for the LOLA Festival that began in London Ontario on September 17th. The work consists of a constellation of dozens of mirror balls suspended by a crane and lit by powerful search-lights, similar to those used to announce casino or nightclub openings.
Laura Kikauka is also included in the exhibition, Guided By Voices at the Forest City Gallery. The exhibition, that opened on September 11th, was curated by Jason Schiedel and Paul Walde in conjunction with the LOLA Festival. The exhibition continues until October 16th, LOLA continues through the weekend.

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