BEYOND THE PINES

HOMER WATSON AND THE CONTEMPORARY CANADIAN LANDSCAPE

Presented in partnership with Homer Watson House & Gallery 

September 24, 2015 - January 1, 2016

JASON BROWN, JENNIFER CARVALHO, APRIL HICKOX, BRIAN JUNGEN AND DUANE LINKLATER, GAVIN LYNCH, REINHARD REITZENSTEIN, MONICA TAP


FAISAL ANWAR

TWEETGARDEN

September 24, 2015 - January 1, 2016

Tweetgarden is an online, interactive installation in which participants turn private confessions and thoughts into a public artwork. Trees have been sites for people to gather and connect throughout history and mythology in cultures around the world; in Tweetgarden, watch a virtual tree grow – online and in the gallery - as participants share their thoughts, wishes and confessions.


mary grisey | xit-rm

SUNG FROM THE MOUTH OF CUMAE

SEPTEMBER 24, 2015 - JANUARY 1, 2016

This immersive fibre, ceramic and sound installation references the Cumean Sibyl, a Greek oracle who was said to have sung prophecies from the mouth of a cave. Using destructive processes on woven textiles, Grisey evokes the effects of time and decay on landscape, history and mythology.

 


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JEFF&GORDON, HUDSON CHRISTIE, LIA DARJES, MARC LOSIER, LEAH MODIGLIANI, GRAEME PATTERSON, DIANA THORNEYCROFT, AND WEBER & SCHNEIDER. 

An official IGNITE Community Partnership of the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games.

July 2 - September 13, 2015

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PAN AMERICAN PHOTO EXHIBITION

Organized by the Hispanic Canadian Arts and Cultural Association

July 2 - September 13, 2015

 
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KIM LEE KHO | XIT-RM

CHAINS UNLINKED

JULY 2 - SEPTEMBER 13, 2015

Brampton-based artist Kim Lee Kho uses drawing, video and sculptural elements to explore ideas of barriers (whether internal or external), vulnerability and empathy, in an immersive installation.

 


CHIHI-CHIEN WANG

A PERSON WHO DISAPPEARS 

APRIL 30 - JUNE 21, 2015

Chih-Chien Wang examines concepts of social interaction, solitude, and the definition of the self through an immersive installation inspired by a news report  encounting the mysterious disappearance of a woman and her child.          


SUSAN DOBSON, JASON GOWANS, TONI HAFKENSCHEID, CLIVE HOLDEN, AND JOSHUA JENSEN-NAGLE

THE VIEW FROM HERE

Featured Exhibition in the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival

April 30 - June 21, 2015

Contemporary photo-based artists explore landscape by contrasting the documentary impulse with the hallucinatory fictions produced by nostalgia and the often uncanny result.


SUSAN CAMPBELL | XIT-RM

TRACING AMBIGUITY

APRIL 30 - JUNE 21, 2015

Susan Campbell’s work explores physical mapping practices as a means to interpret and reflect on the design dynamics found within the urban landscape, in particular, development sites, parking lots, and public                                                                                                            sidewalks, confronting  issues brought about by the                                                                                                                intensification of urban development.


ERIKA DEFREITAS

THE WORK OF MOURNING

FEBRUARY 26 - APRIL 12, 2015

Erika DeFreitas investigates ideas of absence, loss, and memorialization through textile-based practices, and performative actions that are photographed, reaching for ways to make the impermanent permanent, or to engage                                                                                                        in ritualistic acts with the hopes of regaining what is lost.


PERMaNeNT ART COLLECTION

#CURATEAGM

FEBRUARY 26 - APRIL 12, 2015

To mark the lifting of a 6 year moratorium on collecting, the AGM presents two projects about cultivating interest in the permanent art collection – a social media-based public curation initiative and a showcase of recent   acquisitions to the collection. #CurateAGM is a social media-based public curation initiative, the first in AGM history! The exhibition will showcase the AGM Permanent Art Collection as the Gallery begins acquiring new work.   


TALWST | XIT-RM

MINIMIZED HISTORIES

MARGINALIZATION AND UNREST & UNREST

February 26 - April 12, 2015

TALWST's miniature dioramas insert marginalized narratives from contemporary culture into the Western Art canon, creating prototypes for a responsive, diversified and inclusive history.     


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WILD THREADS
OUTDOOR ART AT THE GLENERIN INN & SPA

January 29 - April 30, 2015

Fibre-based artists Bozica Radjenovic and Julia White create new, site-specific works at the beautiful Glenerin Inn & Spa.