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Pudy Tong: iterations, duplications | Josh Brien: the waiting is the doing of the day
2016 – 2017 Scholarship/Fellowship Exhibitions
Open Studio Gallery
January 12 – February 10, 2018
Artist talks: Friday, January 12, 2018, 6:00 - 7:00 PM
Opening Reception: Friday, January 12, 2018, 7:00 - 9:00 PM

Open Studio is pleased to present the 2016–17 Scholarship/Fellowship Exhibitions from January 12 – February 10, 2018, featuring artists Pudy Tong (Nick Novak Fellowship) and Josh Brien (Don Phillips Scholarship). Each year, Open Studio provides artists working in print media with both professional support and access to studio facilities to create new work during a one-year residency. Both artists will give talks about their work on Friday, January 12 at 6:00pm at Open Studio, followed by an opening reception.


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Pudy Tong, DT Activity Book 2:14:54 (detail), 2017, photo-lithograph on kitakata paper, 12.5" x 21.5".

Pudy Tong: iterations, duplications
Nick Novak Fellowship Exhibition
Open Studio Gallery

In a media landscape where news is fake and facts are alternative, how does one #resist? That was the primary question Pudy Tong ruminated upon during the course of his Nick Novak Fellowship at Open Studio. This culminating exhibition offers a collection of pictorial and textual works that prompt viewers to engage in acts of reading and rereading, compare and contrast, micro and macro observation. MORE

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Josh Brien, yes in the spring grass, 2017, screenprint on paper, 8" x 10".

Josh Brien: the waiting is the doing of the day
Don Phillips Scholarship Exhibition
George Gilmour Members’ Gallery

Josh Brien’s art is a means for him to shift his perspective, to catch a glimpse of the reality that sits behind a screen of thoughts and notions. He draws a world where meaning floats, altering and resisting clarity. A world that is deliberately difficult to pin down, where obscurity provides an opportunity to move beyond logical thinking and see what sits at the base of existence. MORE


Showing Concurrently

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Shogo Okada, Fuijieda Camo (detail), 2015, screenprint, 19.5" x 21.5".

Curated by Kate Zeidler: Designing with Printed Art
Featuring prints by Shogo Okada, Liz Parkinson and Tammy Ratcliff
Print Sales Gallery

Open Studio is pleased to invite Kate Zeidler, one of Canada’s leading interior designers, to curate a group exhibition of prints selected from the Open Studio Print Sales Gallery. Focusing on how art is used in interior spaces, this exhibition includes three artists whose works have been part of Kate’s design projects: Shogo Okada, Liz Parkinson and Tammy Ratcliff. MORE


Tara Cooper
Varied Editions: Open Studio Members’ Online Gallery

An initiative of Open Studio’s Membership Committee, this online art gallery showcases the work of Open Studio members on a rotating basis. MORE


Open Studio gratefully acknowledges the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, which last year invested $157 million to bring the arts to Canadians throughout the country; the Ontario Arts Council, an agency of the Government of Ontario; the City of Toronto through the Toronto Arts Council; and the Ontario Trillium Foundation, an agency of the Government of Ontario. Open Studio also acknowledges the generous support of its members and numerous foundations, corporations and individuals.

Open Studio
401 Richmond Street West, Suite 104
Toronto ON  M5V 3A8
416-504-8238
office@openstudio.ca
www.openstudio.ca
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