Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Bill Burns' Donkeys, Goats, Honey, and Salt

Bill Burns has a busy summer and autumn of donkeys, goats, honey, and salt.  He would like to invite you in case you are in the neighbourhood for some of his events. 

In May, Bill will premiere his new film A Chant for the Power 100 and the Fine Art Film Festival at the Institute for Contemporary Art in Venice, California.  The Chant features the voices of Alan Gasser and Emma Whitla in a Georgian Chant arranged by Alan Gasser.

In early June Bill will be in Vienna, Austria completing production of his new artist's edition and sound work The Power 100 - 2007-2016 with Austrian publisher Mark Pezinger Verlag.

On June 13 Mr. Burns will launch his new edition at the I Never Read Book Fair in Basel, Switzerland.  On June 14 the new audio work will be featured on an I Never Read radio intervention at Basel.  The book fair coincides with Art Basel.

From August 30 - September 2 Bill will be performing the first part of a long duration performance work at Atelier Amden near Zurich, Switzerland. The work involves a donkey and a load of salt in addition to some goats, some milk, and some honey.

From September 7 - October 7. The Contemporary Arts Showcase (CASA) in Athens, Greece has invited Bill develop a long duration performance work that involves, container ships, freight trains, bunker oil, pack horses, timber, olives, goats, bees and some singing.

Sara Graham at Surrey Art Gallery

Sara Graham's piece Thornton Railyard, Surrey #4 (2015) is one of the the works in the group show Flow: From the Movement of People to the Circulation of Information at the Surrey Art Gallery. The exhibition includes work by Val Nelson, Soheila Esfahani, Brendan Lee Satish Tang, and many more. The show runs until June 10th, 2018. 

Friday, March 23, 2018

Jaime Angelopolous at Art Gallery of Hamilton

Jaime Angelopolous 'Stand Up for Yourself' is one of the the works in the group show 'Speaking for Herself' at the Art Gallery of Hamilton. The exhibition includes work by Joyce Wieland, Annie Pootoogook, and Prudence Heward and runs from March 10, 2018 - March 17, 2019

Saturday, March 10, 2018

Monica Tap at Galerie R3 & Oakville Hospitals

Work by Monica Tap is currently on view at Impulsion de réseau (Modernisme dans le paysage contemporain), at Galerie R3, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, from March 6 - March 30 and Wanderings: An Exhibition of Contemporary Art at Oakville Hospitals, from March 1 - Feb 28, 2019, curated by curated by Shannon Anderson.

Friday, February 9, 2018

Alan Belcher at the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington DC and The TANG Museum in Skidmore College, New York

Alan Belcher is included in the exhibition Brand New: Art and Commodity in the 1980s opening at the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington DC opening on February 14. Other artists in the exhibition include Jeff Koons, Barbara Kruger,  Richard Prince, General Idea, Barbara Bloom, Ken Lum and Guerrilla Girls. The exhibition continues until May 13.

Belcher is also included in the exhibition Rose Ocean: Living with Duchamp, curated by Ian Berry at The TANG Museum in Skidmore College, New York opening on February 17. Other artists in the exhibition include Matthew Barney, Marcel Duchamp, Francis Picabia, Man Ray and Ai Weiwei. The exhibition continues until May 20.

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Kristiina Lahde's Solo Exhibition at OBORO in Montreal

Kristiina Lahde's solo exhibition In and Out of Order opens at OBORO in Montreal on February 3rd and continues until March 10.
In and Out of Order concerns Kristiina Lahde's meticulous processes of ordering and reordering analogue materials to create sculptural wall works that reflect on the laborious gestures and methods that exist within the digital realm. The exhibition proposes a dialogue between a piece from the early era of the Internet and Lahde's new production with utilitarian materials such as rulers or library file cards.

Thursday, January 25, 2018

Roula Partheniou's Cup and Ball in the BMO Project Room

Roula Partheniou's Cup and Ball opened in the BMO Project Room on January 17th and continues until November 30th, 2018. 
Visits are by appointment, please email or call 416.867.5290