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Detail of ’67 Redux: part 1, Francoise Sullivan, part of Voices: Artists on art

Voices: artists on art

September 23 – December 24
Artport Gallery
Free

This fall, we bridge the historical and the contemporary. In Voices: Artists on art, a multidisciplinary artist project conceived by Yvonne Lammerich and Ian Carr-Harris. Part video project, part artists’ installations, the presentation brings together sketches of what the contemporary can mean for artists and the public today. In photography, The Mobile Ruin documents the post-1989 movement of the Berlin Wall, both large and small fragments, from Berlin to North America. In Craft & Design, three exhibitions – Le Labo: New Perspectives in Jewellery in Quebec, Working It Out and The Deer of Nine Colours – showcase up-and-coming artists exploring inventive approaches to art jewellery, ceramics, glass and textiles.

Join us for the free public opening reception on Thursday, September 28, 7–10pm. Enjoy a cash bar and snacks while you mingle with artists and curators.

Exhibitions run from September 23 – December 24

For more information about our programs, please visit harbourfrontcentre.com


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The Mobile Ruin, Vid Ingelevics and Blake Fitzpatrick, part of Voices: Artists on art

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LOCATION
235 Queens Quay W.
Toronto, ON
M5J 2G8, Canada

ADMISSION
FREE

HOURS
Tue, Wed: Noon-6pm
Fri-Sun: Noon-6pm
Thu: Noon-8pm
Mondays: Closed except civic holidays

CONTACT
visualarts@harbourfrontcentre.com
(416) 973-5379

Harbourfront Centre is completely accessible.


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‘Candy Machine’, Magali Thibault-Gobeil in Le Labo: New Perspectives in Jewellery in Quebec