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Gabe Anderson
Creative Spirit Art Centre, Toronto


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Tuesday, April 28th, 2015 (events found - 4)
first day (see Apr 30 for reception)
David Kaufman: BUILT TO LAST: Montreal's Enduring Architecture. Montreal was Canada's most important city for well over a century, and its architectural heritage, which dates back to the era of New France, remains unparalleled in Canada. Toronto-based architectural photographer David Kaufman, who was born and educated in Montreal, has returned to that city many times over three decades to make images of its built environment. In detailed studies he has captured a large range of the city's buildings—its distinctive residences, its heritage landmarks, commercial and industrial structures, and numerous religious facades. This exhibition features mostly photos of buildings captured on film from 1985 to 1998. Part of the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival. www.davidkaufmanphotography.com ... more
David Kaufman: BUILT TO LAST: Montreal's Enduring Architecture.
Montreal was Canada's most important city for well over a century, and its architectural heritage, which dates back to the era of New France, remains unparalleled in Canada. Toronto-based architectural photographer David Kaufman, who was born and educated in Montreal, has returned to that city many times over three decades to make images of its built environment. In detailed studies he has captured a large range of the city's buildings—its distinctive residences, its heritage landmarks, commercial and industrial structures, and numerous religious facades. This exhibition features mostly photos of buildings captured on film from 1985 to 1998. Part of the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival. www.davidkaufmanphotography.com.
IX Gallery (T.O. Downtown)
first day (see Apr 29 for reception; Apr 30 for artist talk)
Broken Steps and Haunted Screens.
Organized by UTAC and the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.
With a project by Penelope Umbrico.
Curated by David Winter ... more
Broken Steps and Haunted Screens.
Organized by UTAC and the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.
With a project by Penelope Umbrico.
Curated by David Winter.
University of Toronto Art Centre (T.O. Downtown)
final day of exhibition, Gallery A
14 – 28 Apr 2015 | opening reception Sun 19 Apr, 1-3pm: Durham College Fine Arts Graduate Thesis Exhibition.
5 – 31 May 2015 | artist talk & opening reception Sat 9 May, 1-3pm: Eric Rosser.
2 – 21 Jun 2015 | artist talk & opening reception Sun 7 Jun, 1-3pm: Lynne McIlvride.
23 Jun – 12 Jul 2015 | artist talk Sun 28 Jun, 1-3pm: Monique Ra Bent ... more
1 Dec 2015 – 2 Feb 2015: Pete Smith: Postscript.
4 Feb – 1 Mar 2015: Ruth Greenlaw: Plant(s) Matter.
3 – 29 Mar 2015: Toni Hamel: The Land of Id.
31 Mar – 11 Apr 2015 | reception & awards night Fri 10 Apr, 6:30pm: Speak Up: Oshawa Youth Art Exhibition – organized and curated by 3rd-year Durham College Fine Art Students.
14 – 28 Apr 2015 | opening reception Sun 19 Apr, 1-3pm: Durham College Fine Arts Graduate Thesis Exhibition.
5 – 31 May 2015 | artist talk & opening reception Sat 9 May, 1-3pm: Eric Rosser.
2 – 21 Jun 2015 | artist talk & opening reception Sun 7 Jun, 1-3pm: Lynne McIlvride.
23 Jun – 12 Jul 2015 | artist talk Sun 28 Jun, 1-3pm: Monique Ra Bent.
Robert McLaughlin Gallery (T.O. Environs)
first day (see Apr 30 for reception; May 3 for gallery crawl & performance)
BioART: Collaborating with Life. The emerging field of bioart includes a diverse range of practices from the lab, the wilderness, and cities, which use cells, microbes, plants, and bodies (human and otherwise) in the production of art. Featuring Ontario artists whose diverse practices merge with life sciences and biotechnology, BioART engages viewers in an evaluation of bioethics that results from the manipulation of life for human and cultural ends. Curated by Jennifer Willet and presented by Artengine, the City of Ottawa and the National Art Centre's Ontario Scene ... more
BioART: Collaborating with Life. The emerging field of bioart includes a diverse range of practices from the lab, the wilderness, and cities, which use cells, microbes, plants, and bodies (human and otherwise) in the production of art. Featuring Ontario artists whose diverse practices merge with life sciences and biotechnology, BioART engages viewers in an evaluation of bioethics that results from the manipulation of life for human and cultural ends. Curated by Jennifer Willet and presented by Artengine, the City of Ottawa and the National Art Centre's Ontario Scene.
Karsh-Masson Gallery (Ontario East)

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