A preview of the curated selection of important new artworks we are featuring at Art Toronto 2020, both online and in person at the Stephen Bulger Gallery Pop-Up, October 28-November 7.
Keiran Brennan Hinton speaks about his new observational, intimate, plein-air paintings that he painted over the summer for our Art Toronto booth.
For Art Toronto 2020 we have focused on Greg Curnoe’s interest in place, history, his surrounding environment and his politics. This video gives a brief background on three of the artworks we will feature in our booth.
From Susan Dobson’s 2020 “Focusfinder” series, these new photographs combine scans of digital viewfinders with her meditative images of the Great Lakes. They are visual reminders of our natural world and symbolize a longing for looking and restfulness.
An overview of beautiful new still life paintings that Gathie Falk has painted for us for Art Toronto 2020 booth.
A behind the scenes video of the new abstract paintings that Jonathan Forrest made for our Art Toronto 2020 booth.
Krisjanis Kaktins-Gorsline moved to deep in the Manitoba woods this summer and planned on painting a suite of plein-air landscape paintings. What he encountered were bugs, rain and a psychological challenge that he did not anticipate. The paintings that we have for Art Toronto are gritty, yet beautiful.
Video featuring new watercolours by PEI artist Hans Wendt featured in our Art Toronto 2020 booth. Hans Wendt uses as his source material the paper colour swatches that art students use to study colour theory. He creates intricate compositions with the samples, lights them dramatically and then paints large-scale watercolours in a photo-realistic manner.
A behind-the-scenes video of the three rare Michael Snow photographs that we are featuring at Art Toronto 2020.
Watch our 2 minute video tour of Doug Kirton’s Sept/Oct 2020 exhibition “Recent Walks Alone”. The exhibition features a suite of dreamlike paintings inspired by the landscape of Laurel Creek.
Watch the trailer for Victor Cicansky’s 30 minute long documentary.
Victor Cicansky’s body of work, from the 1960s to present includes surrealist pieces, early experimental Funk sculptures, ceramic Mason jars, and bronze bonsai trees. Cicansky’s work reflects his early exposure to gardening and his Romanian-Canadian working class roots.
Victor Cicansky: The Gardener’s Universe was filmed by 291 Film Company, as part of a comprehensive retrospective of Cicansky’s work, mounted at the MacKenzie Art Gallery.
Watch our June 2020 video tour of Michael Smith’s exhibition “In Light of Time”. Our exhibition explores a small survey of canvases ranging in date from 2014 – 2020 from seascapes to landscapes to a dynamic new triptych.