Karin Bubaš (Monte Clark)
Here is a list of some of the new shows on display in Toronto this week.
Margie Kelk has a show running at the Hang Man Gallery from November 8-27.
Oil works by Ilya Gefter are running at Julie M. Gallery from November 10-December 18.
Karin Bubaš has a new solo show of oil paintings and large scale photos at Monte Clark Gallery. It runs from November 10-December 23,
John Scott is showing at Nicholas Metivier Gallery from November 10-December 10.
Linda Martinello is showing landscape paintings on Mylar while Leonard Brooks‘ 100th birthday is being celebrated at Edward Day Gallery from November 10–26.
David Burdeny is showing new work at Lausberg Contemporary from October 25-December 20.
Lisa Neighbour is showing her drawings of decapitated heads and garbage bags at Katharine Mulherin Contemporary Art Projects from November 3-November 27.
Chicago artist Kate McQuillen is showing some of her pieces dealing with war and society at O’Born Contemporary. It runs from November 12-December 23.
Lisa Neighbour (Mulherin)
Installation artist Tricia Middleton is exhibiting her recent text pieces at Mercer Union from November 11-December 10.
Mark Adair is showing new charcoal works while Jane LowBeer is showing mixed media pieces at Loop Gallery from November 12 – December 4.
“13th Annual RBC Canadian Painting Competition” is on at the Power Plant from November 12-20.
Ognian Zekoff is displaying hyper-realist oil paintings at Thompson Landry Gallery. The show runs from November 17-December 11.
Kristin Ledgett, co-founder of The Knit Cafe on Queen, explores the tension between art and craft at the Communication Art Gallery. Her show runs from November 19 –December 3.
The group show “Ineffable Plasticity: the experience of being human,” featuring Mat Brown, Sherri Hay, Faith La Rocque, Jordan MacLachlan, Anders Oinonen and Susy Oliveira is on at MOCCA. Curated by Camilla Singh, it looks at the idea that all human attributes and activity are an expression of nature. It will run from November 18-December 31.