Tuesday, September 22, 2015
Saturday, September 19, 2015
Sara Graham is one of over twenty artists included in Views from the Southbank III at the Surrey Art Gallery in BC. The exhibition responds to the digital age, and the various ways in which we use it. The show opens on September 19, and runs through December 13.
Friday, September 18, 2015
John Marriott's solo exhibition at the Dunlop Art Gallery opens tonight, September 18. John will be giving an artist talk at 6pm at the RPL Theatre with the opening reception to follow. Sympathy for the Institution was curated by Blair Fornwald, who will be holding a tour of the exhibition on October 10 at 2pm. The exhibition runs until November 15.
Thursday, September 17, 2015
Gallery Hop Tours are on Saturday, September 26 and Sunday September 27. The Dundas West/Ossington tour that makes a stop at MKG127 meets at G Gallery, 134 Ossington Avenue at 4 PM on Saturday the 26th.
Wednesday, September 16, 2015
Roula Partheniou's solo exhibition, Inventory opens at the University of Waterloo Art Gallery on Thursday September 17 from 5-8 PM. The survey exhibition includes works from 2010 - 2015 and is on view in gallery 1 alongside Kelly Mark's exhibition 108 Leyton in Gallery 2. The exhibitions continue until October 31.
Tuesday, September 15, 2015
The Queer Feeling of Tomorrow brings together work from 6 artists whose work deals with doubt, resilience and political agency. Included in this exhibition is Laurel Woodcock's untitled [a film by John Baxter (1946), a song by the Beatles (1969), an album by Nina Simone (1971), a novel by Tom Holt (1993)]. Curated by Adam Barbu, the exhibition opens on September 17 at 7pm and runs through December 13 at the Macdonald Stewart Art Centre in Guelph, ON.
Laurel is also part of A Putting Down of Roots: 40 Years of CV2 at Gallery 1C03 at The University of Winnipeg. The exhibition opens on September 17, with a reception from 4-6pm. The show closes on November 14.
Saturday, September 12, 2015
The American University of Beirut Byblos Bank Art Gallery is presenting The 1990s -كان يا ما كان There Was and There Was Not [redux/fragments], a solo exhibition by Jayce Salloum. The exhibition gathers together Jayce's photographs, newspaper clippings, texts, postcards and videos from the 1990's, when he was living in the Middle East. The exhibition opens on September 17, at 6pm and continues until December 30. On September 22nd, Jayce, along with Kaelen Wilson-Glodie will be giving a gallery talk at 2pm.
Tuesday, September 8, 2015
In his first solo museum exhibition, Adam David Brown will continue working with historical, celestial and meteorological sources. One Time or Another opens on September 11 at 7pm at the Idea Exchange in Cambridge, ON, and will continue until November 8.