Adam David Brown is included in the exhibition, We're in the Library at the Koffler Centre for the Arts. The exhibition which opened on November 19 and continues until January 19 was curated by Mona Filip and also includes work by Sara Angelucci, Barbara Astman, Michelle Gay, Ido Govrin, Vid Ingelvics and Jon Sasaki.
Wednesday, November 27, 2013
Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Joy Walker is included in the exhibition Between the Lines which opened at Harbourfront Centre on Friday. The exhibition which was curated by Melanie Egan continues until December 29.
Joy's solo exhibition, Fade to Black opens at Rodman Hall on October 4 and continues until January 5.
Tuesday, September 17, 2013
MKG127 is exhibiting at Edition Chicago, a new invitational fair taking place at the Chicago Artist Coalition at 217 North Carpenter starting this Friday, September 20 until Sunday September 22. If you're in Chicago, please come by and say hello.
Adam David Brown, Dave Dyment, Liza Eurich, Kristiina Lahde, Ken Nicol, Roula Partheniou (pictured above) and Joy Walker all have work in More Than Two, an exhibition curated by Micah Lexier opening at the Power Plant this Friday. The exhibition continues until January 5.
Adam David Brown, Sky Glabush (pictured above), Kristiina Lahde, Roula Partheniou and Joy Walker have works in at the Canadian Art Hop Auction this Thursday at the Carlu.
Hop Day is this Saturday beginning at 11 AM with a panel discussion at the Drake Hotel featuring Sky Glabush along side Dana Claxton and Yam Lau.
The Dundas West tour begins at Cooper Cole (1161 Dundas St. W.) at 2:45 PM and includes a visit to Dean Drever's exhibition, B/W V.2 at MKG127.
Michael Dumontier is exhibiting The Sky and the Ground (For Remy Charlip) at the Tommy Douglas Library in Burnaby, British Columbia. The exhibition continues until November 4 and is an off site project of the Burnaby Art Gallery.
Friday, September 13, 2013
Adam David Brown is included in the exhibition Circling the Inverse Square opening at the Kitchener Waterloo Art Gallery tonight. The exhibition is curated by Shannon Anderson and also includes work by Jessica Eaton, Karilee Fuglem, Marla Hlady, Richard Sewell and Charles Stankievech and continues until January 5, 2014.
Jayce Salloum opened his exhibition location/dislocation(s): reprise at the CSA Space in Vancouver last night. The exhibition continues until October 13.
Friday, September 6, 2013
Gwen MacGregor is included in the exhibition Artists' Walks: The Persistence of Peripateticism at the Dorsky Gallery in Long Island City, New York. The exhibition which was curated by Earl Miller opens on September 8 and continues until November 17. Some of the other artists included in the exhibition are Marina Abramovic, Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller, Hamish Fulton, Neil Goldberg, General Idea and Richard Long. Gwen is also exhibiting collaborative work with Sandra Rechico in the exhibition. Additionally, Gwen and Sandra will be presenting a performative work Map It Out on September 6, 7 & 8 in partnership with the Noguchi Museum and the Socrates Sculpture Park.
Bill Burns' Dogs and Boats and Airplanes Childrens Choir is performing in Launceston, Tasmania in Australia today as part of the Junction Arts Festival. There will be two performances, one in the evening as well as a matinee.
Thursday, September 5, 2013
Laurel Woodcock is among the artists commissioned to create new works for the exhibition, David Cronenberg: Transformation at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art. The exhibition which opened last night was curated by David Liss the artistic director & curator at MOCCA, and Noah Cowan, the artistic director at TIFF Bell Lightbox and also includes work by
Monday, August 19, 2013
Wednesday, July 31, 2013
Dave Dyment is in a group exhibition at Lisa Cooley in New York City. The String and the Mirror is curated by Lawrence Kumpf and Justin Luke, and features conceptual soundworks by Alan Licht, Christof Migone, Rolf Julius, Ultra Red, Marin Rosenfeld, Akio Suzuki and others.
The opening reception is August 1st at 6pm. The String and the Mirror runs from August 1st until the 28th.
Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Kristiina Lahde is included in the exhibition, The Spectacle of Play at the Art Gallery of Hamilton. The opening reception is tomorrow from 7-9 PM. Curated by Melissa Bennett, the exhibition also includes work from Barbara Steinman, Rick Pottruff, Joseph Calleja, Alan Flint, Simon Wilms, Aubrey Reeves, Graeme Patterson, Karine Giboulo and Marcel Dzama. The exhibition continues until January 12, 2014.
Liza Eurich is part of a two person exhibition with Kevin Rodgers entitled Alignments at Neutral Ground in Regina. A week prior to the exhibition, the two participated in a production residency at the University of Regina. Along with the exhibition, Eurich and Rodgers created an artist multiple that will be distributed across the city and within the gallery. The exhibition opened on June 8th and runs until July 12th.
Wednesday, June 5, 2013
Sky Glabush is included in the second part of the Painting Project, a two part exhibition billed as a "snapshot of painting in Canada". There is an opening tomorrow evening at La Galerie UQAM in Montreal at 7 PM. The exhibition is curated by Julie Bélisle, with Louise Déry and includes works by Melanie Authier, Sarah Cale, Dorian Fitzgerald, Janet Werner and too many other artists to name here. On Friday beginning at 5 PM, Sky will be part of a group of artists giving short presentations on their work.The exhibition continues until July 6.
The new issue of Border Crossings (126) launched last week at the Venice Biennale includes a feature article on Sky written by E.C. Woodley.
The exhibition was inspired by the 1970 catalogue as exhibition Art in the Mind.
Curated by Ann Torke and Nanette Yannuzzi, some of the other artists in the exhibition include Vito Acconci, Victor Burgin, Guerrilla Girls, Gary Neill Kennedy and Adrian Piper.
Friday, May 24, 2013
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Instant Coffee - The Hero, the Villain, the Salesman, the Parent, a Sidekick and a Servant at Teck Gallery
Instant Coffee’s new installation The Hero, the Villain, the Salesman, the Parent, a Sidekick and a Servant is opening tonight at Simon Fraser University's Teck Gallery, on the ground floor of the Harbour Centre in Vancouver. The installation will act as a stage for social interaction within a contemporary art context. The exhibition will be up May 11, 2013 until April 27, 2014.
The reception is tonight, Wednesday May 15, from 6 - 8.
Friday, May 3, 2013
Jayce Salloum is part of the exhibition The Biography of Images: Parallel Biographies at the Audain Gallery at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver that opens on May 8th at 7pm. The show is curated by Sabine Bitter and Ruth Horak and other artists included are Thomas Freiler, Krüger & Pardeller, Tatiana Lecomte, Christian Mayer, Sissa Micheli, and Anita Witek, Arni Haraldsson, Tim Lee, Kyla Mallett, Kevin Schmidt, and Elizabeth Zvonar.
Jayce is giving an artist talk along with Arni Haraldsson on July 18th at 6 pm. The exhibit continues until August 17th.
Dave Dyment's new work The Morning Has Gold in Its Mouth is part of a group exhibition CAFKA@ The Walper Hotel in Waterloo which opened yesterday. The show also includes works from Laura De Decker, Manuela Lalic, Tor Lukasic-Foss, Ellen Moffat, Janet Morton, Daniel Olson, and Stephanie Vegh. More information is on Dave's blog. The exhibit continues until August 11th.
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Laurel Woodcock is included in the exhibition Search Party opening today at Blackwood Gallery at the University of Toronto Mississauga campus from 5 - 8 PM. The exhibition curated by Emily Fitzpatrick also includes work from archiTEXT+. Micah Lexier and John Marriott. The exhibition continues until May 26.
Saturday, April 20, 2013
David R. Harper and Kristiina Lahde have both been longlisted in Ontario for the 2013 Sobey Art Award. Also listed is Sonny Assu (West Coast and Yukon) who recently exhibited at MKG127 in Toolkit and Brenda Draney (Prairies and the North) who exhibited at MKG127 in Go Figure.
Wednesday, March 27, 2013
The new issue of Canadian Art features Sky Glabush on the cover with an article by David Balzer inside. There is also an online exclusive that can be read here.
Bill Burns is presenting classic works from his Safety Gear for Small Animals series and his recent Triage Tents at the Biennale International Saint Etienne in Saint Etienne, France. The biennale takes place from March 14-31, 2013.
Burns presented his short film Dogs and Boats and Airplanes Children’s Choir Video Sessions at the Festival International DU FILM SUR L’ART in Montreal on Friday March 22, 2013.
The Dogs and Boats and Airplanes Children’s Choir Video Sessions are vignettes of members of the Dogs and Boats and Airplanes Children’s Choir. The choir has recently produced a high fidelity 33 RPM vinyl LP and the 100 voice choir will be featured at the Junction Arts Festival in Tasmania, Australia in September 2013.
The Getty Center in Los Angeles recently acquired Burns’ limited edition called Guard Tower Plans, Prison Cell Plans and the Songs of Guantanamo Bay. All proceeds from this edition benefit Art Metropole.
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Dave Dyment has two works included in the exhibition Volume: Hear Here opening at the Blackwood Gallery at the University of Toronto Mississauga campus tonight from 5 - 8 PM. The exhibition also takes place at the Justina M. Barnicke Gallery at U of T's Toronto Campus with an opening there tomorrow from 7 - 9 PM. The exhibition is curated by Christof Migone and some of the other artists included are John Oswald, Ian Skedd, Marla Hlady, Rafael Lozano - Hammer, Sylvia Matas, David Merritt, Ryan Park and John Wynne.
The exhibition continues until March 10.