WORK: toronto

“Keepsakes”

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I have an image-text pairing in “Keepsakes”, an exhibition opening on August 16, 2014 in Toronto, Canada:

“Keepsakes” is part exhibition and part art-trade. Twenty-seven artists from Canada and abroad have each contributed a small artwork representing themselves and their practice to be displayed at bric-à-brac studio. At the conclusion of the show, the pieces will be randomly distributed back into the hands of a fellow participant. Each artwork is a gift from one stranger to another, a token sent as a delegate in a yet unknown land. The aim of this project is to create a platform where emerging artists from near and far distances alike can establish lasting connections with each other in a meaningful way.

Reception: Aug 16th, 7-11pm

Show runs: Aug 16th – 30th

Outside of the opening, bric-à-brac studio is available for viewing by appointment. Email bric-a-brac@nadinemaher.com to arrange.

Participants:

Paul Antony Carr (Vancouver)
Paul Chartrand (Dunville, ON)
Evelyn Clarke (Vancouver)
Ursula Bero (Ottawa)
Chelsea Brant (Guelph, ON)
Kiana Browne (Toronto)
Amanda Busby (Brampton, ON)
Gianfranco Bozzo (Guelph, ON)
Cheryl Carpenter (Vancouver)
Anais DiCroce (Washington, DC)
Grace Eakins (Vancouver)
Denise Gasser (Vancouver)
Jessie Jakumeit (Toronto)
Alison Keenan (Vancouver)
Julianne Kozak (Vancouver)
Penny Leong Browne (Vancouver)
Melissa Luk (Toronto)
Alvin Luong (Toronto)
Tara MacDougall (Halifax)
Cassandra McBride (Toronto)
Ella McGeough (Toronto)
Sasha Odesse (Guelph, ON)
Louise Reimer (Toronto)
River Roy (Guelph, ON)
Nicole E. Schlosser (Halifax)
Amanda Shirlow (Northern Ireland)
Karin Vengshoel (Vancouver)

Organized by Nadine Maher

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bric-à-brac studio is sometimes a gallery, often a studio, and always the home of two emerging Toronto artists.

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“This coiled element, oversized beneath the percolator, was an even, rich and deep, yet barely luminous, red. This had the look of silent, uncompromising rage. This terrified me.”

2014. Ink on paper. Installation view, bric-à-brac studio, Toronoto, Canada. Photo by Nadine Maher.

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