ARTSCAPE TRIANGLE GALLERY
38 Abell St. (Google Map)
CURRENT AND UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS
CITIES IN MIND
November 15 – December 4, 2011
Gallery Hours: Wednesday - Saturday, 12:00 – 5:00pm
Featuring: Wieslaw Michalak, Don Snyder and Andrew Williamson
Cities In Mind is a collaboration by three artists who explore the human connection with cities – here in Toronto, and around the world.
Wieslaw Michalak looks at the city topographically. The photographs presented in this series represent a metaphorical return to the idea of 'city landscape' as a human work.
Don Snyder examines the built landforms as experienced in the areas still occupied by nature. These images presented were made over a period of years, looking first at some long-settled parts of the city and later, by looking into Toronto's many and fascinating ravines.
Andrew Williamson's work uses Michalak's and Snyder's photographs, as well as other sources, to look at areas in the city as typologies.
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BLACKANDBLUE DANCE PROJECTS – ART AUCTION AND COCKTAILS
December 6, 2011
Event Hours: 7:00 – 9:00pm
A fundraiser for blackandblue Dance Projects - featuring selected prints by photographer Kristy Kennedy.
Looking for a little pre-holiday season cheer? blackandblue will be exhibiting and auctioning a series of never-before-published photographs by Kristy Kennedy. Kennedy's images capture blackandblue's beautiful, muscular interpreters with immediacy, transparency and energy. We are very pleased to be sharing these stunning photographs with you. Videos of blackandblue's repertoire will also be on display. The cost of admission is free! Cash bar. Come join us for a drink and bid on some terrific art!
THE COLLECTIVE SHOW: 12 DAYS OF ART AND IDEAS
December 8 – 19, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday December 10, 1:00 – 4:00pm
Special Letterpress Event: Sunday December 11, 11:00am – 6:00pm
Gallery Hours: 11:00am – 6:00pm Daily
Choose handmade this holiday season. Visit The Collective show for the unique work of over 40 fine artists, photographers and artisans who design with textiles, clay, wood and glass.
The expanded show includes an all-day letterpress event on Sunday December 11, with some of the city's most creative printers.
It's the season for giving. Artists will be decorating a chair, which will be auctioned at the end of the show. All proceeds go to Sketch, which supports impoverished youth through the arts.
INTRA MUROS I
February 2 – 4, 2012
Performance installation in progress: February 2 & 3, 2:00pm – 7:00pm
Closing performance action: February 3 at 8:00pm (with reception following)
Artist talk: February 4, 1:00pm – 3:00pm
FADO Performance Art Centre presents Intra Muros I: a performance installation by Martine Viale
Through self-displacement, successive actions and minimal materials, Intra Muros I proposes a sense of contemplation, as the artist gradually tries to accumulate meanings through a constant folding and unfolding of images. Pursuing a process based on persistence, Viale's work suggests multiple stages of working, rather then presenting a completed product. Transformation through time and accumulation plays a major role in the elaboration of the work. The artist's body becomes a "doing body" engaged in creating, layering and collecting traces of actions, which progressively transform the space and the artist herself.
Martine Viale is a Montreal based performance artist. Viale creates installations using the process of performance. In her work she values time, a direct engagement with the space and process action, allowing her to develop many perspectives at once. Her work has been presented in Montreal, and across Canada and internationally in Brazil, New York, Boston, The Philippines, France, Belgium, Serbia, Scotland, Spain and Denmark.
RENTAL OPPORTUNITIES AT THE ARTSCAPE TRIANGLE GALLERY
Artscape Triangle Gallery is an 1100 sq ft. multi-purpose space, located on the ground floor of the Artscape Triangle Lofts at 38 Abell Street, east of Dufferin St. and just south of Queen St. W. (Google Map).
With 12' ceilings, adjustable track lighting, concrete floors, and plywood-backed drywall panels, the space is great for visual art exhibitions in all media, but it can also work well for one-off events like fundraisers, launch parties, performances, or social events.
We offer affordable rental rates, with discounts for current Artscape tenants and not-for-profit organizations.
Availability is limited! 2012 bookings are available from January 1 – 31, February 5 – 11, February 16 – 29, May 30 – June 3, July 2 – 22, August 6 – September 16, October 15 – 28, and November 5 – December 31. Evening rentals are available on an ongoing basis – please enquire if you have a date in mind.
For rental enquiries or further information, please contact Darryl Bank at 416-392-1038 X 43, or email email@example.com.