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Archive: 2018 Gallery Archives

  • Ryan Price: Pencil Drawings Done While Listening to Heavy Metal Music

    October 11 – November 18, 2018

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  • C. Anthon: Anatomy of a Parlour

    Largescale Artworks by Tattooist C. Anthon In the Harris Exchange Gallery

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  • THIS WAY OUT: Contemporary Landscapes by James Ridyard

    THIS WAY OUT: Contemporary Landscapes by James Ridyard Toronto-based artist James Ridyard uses images of Elora and its iconic surrounds as aides-mémoire to produce richly layered, atmospheric landscapes at once familiar and foreign. Curator Micaela Campbell            

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    GRAZYNA ADAMSKA AND NORMAN BUSSE Finding the Nest: Self-Identity and Otherness captures the ambiguous connections between our understanding of oneself and our striving for wider forms of acceptance and recognition. The exhibition features the paintings of Grazyna Adamska and Norman Busse. Exploring the relationship between power and positionality, both artists’ works show an intense commitment […]

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  • Beverley Hawksley, Carmen Hickson, Supria Karmakar, and Tanya Zaryski: Response (and Responding)

    A 4-person exhibition of exploratory work Sunday January 14th – Sunday March 4th, 2018 Minarovich Gallery at ECFTA Response (and Responding) features the work of Beverley Hawksley, Carmen Hickson, Supria Karmakar, and Tanya Zaryski. Exploring the theme of art as embodiment of mindfulness, these four artists working in a variety of mediums, challenge themselves to […]

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  • Tania Love: Cyanotypes

    Friday January 12th – Sunday March 4th, 2018 Harris Exchange at the ECFTA Opening Reception Friday January 12th, 7 PM Sponsored by Awareness Yoga The cyanotype is a 19th century photographic printing process named for its distinctive cyan blue hues. Circulation, a series of largescale cyanotypes by Toronto-based visual artist Tania Love, uses the process to map the cracks […]

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