Just in time for the great weather there are a couple of great shows of photography and art that feature some very talented Toronto artists. Get out into the city and enjoy a day exploring the work of emerging artists. Check out the shows after the jump.
First, Neubacher Shor Contemporary proudly presents the inaugural exhibit of a prestigious private collection: FEMMARTE: THE GROUP OF 28 – XX FACTOR.
The Collection is quite unlike any other in Canada today, providing an expansive visual chronicle of the works of contemporary Canadian women artists.
Then go on to see…
May 17th to June 14th, 2012
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 17th, 5 – 7 PM
AGO Art Rental + Sales Gallery, 481 University Ave.
The oddly sounding Season Creep refers to the noted shifts in the timing of seasons. Particularly, the term is used when describing an early spring, suggesting that the warm weather, green grass and blossoming flowers creep up slightly each year. This May, The AR+SG will present an exhibit of paintings and photographs that were selected in considering the meaning of the term Season Creep, which at once connotes the welcoming early warm weather and the negative environmental impact of such changes. Expect to see acid green colour palettes, rainy text-based photographs, and works representing death and rebirth with beautiful, unusual and, at times, playful results.
Exhibiting artists include:
Tamara Bahry Paterson
Nicholas and Sheila Pye
Brendan George Ko
V. Tony Hauser