Opening: The Book Lab at the EEL Gallery.

March 5, 2012 § Leave a comment

The opening reception for The Book Lab will take place this Wednesday, March 7, from 6-8 PM at the EEL Gallery in 1 Spadina crescent. The exhibition will present a selection of artist’s book works and zines, alongside an installation by Shannon Garden-Smith.

Curated by Andrew Rutherdale and Ellyn Walker, The Book Lab will provide an overview of work made by artists who are interested in printed media. The opening is an excellent opportunity to connect with people who are part of the University of Toronto’s art community. Snacks and light refreshments will be provided. « Read the rest of this entry »

Matthew Purvis at EEL Gallery.

January 30, 2012 § Leave a comment

“The Hysterical Male” is the first solo exhibition by Matthew Purvis. Featuring photographs and sculptural pieces, the works explore issues of masculinity and but also seek to re-evaluate some of the aesthetic prejudices of modern art. Composed of fourteen distinct stations and more than forty elements, these aspects interact and play off each other in conflicting ways. Couched in styles that bridge classicism with folk art, the show smudges the distinctions between images and objects using the naked male body as a starting point.

“The Hysterical Male” runs at the EEL Gallery, locate at 1 Spadina Crescent from February 1-17. Opening reception will be on February 1 from 5-7 PM. « Read the rest of this entry »

EEL Gallery is Looking for Curators.

November 21, 2011 § Leave a comment

Katika Marczell’s The Corporeal Abstract at EEL Gallery.

November 21, 2011 § Leave a comment

Katika Marczell‘s first solo exhibition the corporeal abstract incorporates the use of scans, video, and ink on paper, in an attempt to capture the immaterial. Through giving the incorporeal a solid form, Marczell tries to catch the faint whispers of phenomena that vanish just as quickly as they manifest. A minimalist exploration of the materiality of light, the deception of the reflected image, and the weight of being, the corporeal abstract encourages the viewer to contemplate the beauty in the realization of the intangible. « Read the rest of this entry »

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