Ulla Nystrom: Love and
The first retrospective exhibition by Finnish-born
contemporary Canadian artist, Ulla Nystrom: a collection of 26 mixed media
paintings and installations accompanied by poems by the Somali writer Warsan
Shire. In this body of work the artist explores her inner self to record and
create meaning from the small details and fleeting moments of life.
March 23 April 13, 2017
ALEKSANDAR ANTONIJEVIC: VOYAGE INTO A SACRED HARBOUR
A collection of 22 new artworks by the Canadian photographer Aleksandar
Antonijevic. In these photographic sculptures the artist is
exploring the simplicity of the human body as an ultimate sophistication.
May 5 June 9, 2016
RAY TURNER: NEW WORK
Presenting an impressive
sequence of new landscape paintings by the acclaimed American artist Ray
October 8 - November 12, 2015
IAN CAMPBELL: OUT OF THE VAULT (RETROSPECTIVE)
AS PART OF
THE 2015 SCOTIABANK CONTACT PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL
exhibition of works by the Canadian contemporary photographer Ian Campbell. A
collection of prints reflecting his travels through Asia, his observations of
changes on the streets of Toronto and his one time encounter with Paul and
Linda McCartney in Morocco.
May 7 - June 4, 2015
EMERGING CANADIAN ARTISTS
Presented by Imminent Art
this group exhibition features the work of 7 young Canadian artists: Andre Kan,
Brian Rideout, Catherine Wilson, Geoffrey Plant-Richmond, Maggee Day, Nicholas
Reddon and Michelle K. Stevens.
August 7 - August 30,
ALEKSANDAR ANTONIJEVIC: TILL WE MEET AGAIN, A LOVE
AS PART OF THE 2014 SCOTIABANK CONTACT PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL
In this body of work, a series of large portraits, Aleksandar Antonijevic
has documented the incredible artists of The National Ballet of Canada. The
artist was interested to see and explore at which point do personal and
professional realms intersect, do they clash or exist side by side?
1 May 29, 2014
MARCO SASSONE: SANCTUARY
RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION 1968 -
A selection of 25 oil paintings and works on paper spanning four
decades, from Sassone's early paintings in the late 1960s and 1970s in Southern
California to his urban landscapes in San Francisco in the 1980s, to his
coveted series documenting the homeless in the 1990s, and eventually his
railroad tracks following his arrival to Toronto in 2005.
November 7 -
December 12, 2013
ALEKSANDAR ANTONIJEVIC: inFORMants
AS PART OF THE 2013
SCOTIABANK CONTACT PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL
Presenting a special collection
of artworks by Toronto-based photographer and principal dancer with the
National Ballet Of Canada Aleksandar Antonijevic. The Imagery reflects the
title of the show, which informs, animates, and vivifies the human
May 2 May 30, 2013
BERNARDO AMESTOY: CREATURES AND CREATIONS
a unique exhibition of artworks dedicated to children, teenagers, and those
young at heart. A collection of imaginary creatures deriving from cyberdreams
and coming to existence through digital medium aimed at the forever young that
believe in magic.
March 7 March 28, 2013
GRAPHIC WORK: 1646 1980
A collection of fine
original prints by Pietro Annigoni, Edgar Degas, Luigi Kasimir, Oscar
Kokoschka, Rembrandt, Toulouse-Lautrec, Andy Warhol and Francisco Zuniga.
September 20 October 18, 2012
MARCO SASSONE: WATERCOLOURS
Through a Glass Darkly: New Watercolours by Marco Sassone. The show
features 17 new watercolours by the Toronto-based artist that portray the
nocturnal imagery of the urban landscape, many capturing a street perspective
of his adopted city. The works project the energy of city life at night,
glowing in the dark with artificial illumination and rain reflections.
May 17 - June 23, 2012
Presenting an exhibition of artworks by
a remarkable group of artists tied together by figuration.
Bruce Hasson, Oskar Kokoschka, Toulouse Lautrec, Silvio Loffredo, Marco Russo,
Marco Sassone, Ray Turner, Andy Warhol, Francisco
April 5 - 25, 2012