Gallery Openings for the Week of November 21-25.

November 21, 2011 § Leave a comment

Glabush (MKG127)

Here is a list of some of the new shows on display in Toronto this week.

Photographer Chris Curreri is showing black and whites of musclebound faceless men at Daniel Faria Gallery from November 17 – January 7, 2012.

Nicole Collins is exhibiting paintings exploring systems theory at General Hardware from November 17 until January 21, 2012.

Dorian Fitzgerald is showing new paintings at the Clint Roenisch Gallery.

Amy Bowles and Julie Beugin are both showing new paintings, as well as some ceramics, at Paul Petro Contemporary Art. Their shows run from November 18 – December 23.

“Bon à Tirer,” a group show featuring prints by Eric Fischl, April Gornik, Robert Murray, Taras Polataiko, Jessica Stockholder and Tim Zuck , is running at Barbara Edwards Contemporary from November 18 – January 21, 2012.

Sky Glabush is displaying a new set of works at MKG127 from November 19 – December 17.

Works by legendary painter Norval Morrisseau are showing at the Kinsman Robinson Galleries. On exhibit from November 17 – December 19.

Matthew Carver is showing large acrylics of cops at Christopher Cutts Gallery from November 19 – December 17.

Frances Patella explores time and permanence in her photographic mosaics while Dominique Prévost shows some fluid watercolours at Propeller. They are on from November 23 – December 4.

Paul Kelley has some new paintings on at Gallery Moos.

Cathy Daley has new paintings at Birch Libralato and Ginette Legaré has some new sculptures in the gallery as well, from November 26 – January 21, 2012.

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