Gallery Openings for the Week of January 16 – 20.
January 16, 2012 § Leave a comment
Here is a list of some of the new shows on display in Toronto this week.
If you are in Mississauga, check out “Landscapes events reproducted” by Seripop (Chloe Lum & Yannick Desranleau) at the Blackwood Gallery. The show, curated by Christof Migone, runs from January 18 – March 4.
“Winter Group Exhibition,” featuring more than a dozen artists, will be at Lausberg Contemporary from January 14 – March 20.
“After the End,” an exhibition of emerging artists, will be running at O’Born Contemporary from January 14 – January 28.
The group show “Sediment” G Gallery. From January 13 – February 26.
Nestor Kruger has a show at Katzman Kamen examining mythology around the sun. It runs from January 12 – February 11.
“True Colours,” an abstraction based group show featuring 13 artists is on at the Twist Gallery until January 28.
“History” by Niall McClelland and Jeremy Jansen will run at the Tomorrow Gallery from January 20 – 27.
Jeremy Hof and Sasha Pierce are showing at Jessica Bradley Art + Projects from January 14 – February 11. Their show is called “Paint As Object ” and it looks at abstraction through creative approaches to material.
Annie MacDonell‘s “Originality and the Avant Garde (On Art and Repetition)” is on at Mercer Union. Borrowing from ideas in Rosalind Krauss’ seminal text, the exhibition looks at the potential of repetition as a method to generate meaning as it superimposes the gallery with the studio. The gallery will also be hosting “Diane Arbus: A Printed Retrospective, 1960-1971.” Both shows run from January 20 – March 10.