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Centre Space provides an exceptional opportunity to see works by ground-breaking artists. This commercial space features exhibitions, events, and more from galleries and companies from across Canada. Acclaimed artists featured have included Kent Monkman, Shary Boyle, Shuvinai Ashoona, Dil Hildebrand, Kenojuak Ashevak, Tristram Lansdowne, and more. Centre Space has also hosted events for organizations like CAMH and Indspire and has been the site of educational talks, music and dance performances, book signings, and memorial gatherings for notable cultural figures.
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Galerie Nicolas Robert is proud to present Tristram Lansdowne's exhibition I swear you never slept at night in Toronto from September 13 to 21, 2019. In a new body of work that includes watercolours, drawings and relief sculpture, I swear you never slept at night continues Lansdowne’s examination of the psycho-spatial content of the contemporary modernist home. Borrowing its title from Track Three on Scott Walker’s 1984 album Climate of a Hunter, this exhibition traces the erosion of subjectivity and…Find out more »
Leading up to the 60th anniversary of the Kinngait Studios, this exhibition features sixty graphics, one from each year since its establishment in 1959. The works chosen showcase the many artists who passed through the studios (also know as the “co-op”) between 1959-2019, highlighting key artistic innovations and developments in style, technique, scale, medium, and subject matter.Find out more »
In special collaboration with TrépanierBaer Gallery, Feheley Fine Arts is thrilled to present an exhibition of outstanding works by Canadian abstract painter and illustrator, Oscar Cahén. A major highlight includes Cahén’s monumental canvas Warrior, completed shortly before his sudden passing by automobile accident in 1956. Fittingly, Warrior’s legacy comes full circle in this exhibition at Feheley Fine Arts, as the piece was originally shown for the very first time at M.F. (Budd) Feheley’s Park Gallery in 1959.Find out more »