Past Exhibitions

Art Toronto 2022 Booth A26

Art Toronto 2022 Booth A26

Skawennati, Adam Basanta, Evergon, Shanna Strauss, JJ Levine, Sabrina Ratté, Elisabeth Picard and Emmanuelle Léonard

October 27 to October 30, 2022

Toronto Metro Convention Center

255 Front St W

Toronto (Ontario) M5V 2W6

Image: Sabrina Ratté, Objets-Monde

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Emmanuelle Léonard

Emmanuelle Léonard

Black Out (The Deliverers)

September 10 to October 22, 2022

Opening: Saturday September 10, 2pm – 4pm

Artist in attendance

 

“My nights during curfew were, like for many of us, long, very long. So, I got an attestation to go out and photograph Montreal deserted. Walking the streets, watching the silent workers and the lonely homeless with no one to pass them a coin or two. Even the police seemed unoccupied. In this slowness, a delivery person passed furtively, another parked, another was awaiting an order, then another, and still others. All of them with a cell phone in their hand.” – Emmanuelle Léonard.

 

Image: Bicycle Delivery 8:58pm, 2022 (detail)

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Papier Fair 2022

Papier Fair 2022

Grand Quai du Port de Montréal

August 25 to August 28, 2022

Grand Quai du Port de Montréal

200 de la Commune Street Ouest

Montréal (Quebec) H2Y 4B2

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Sabrina Ratté

Sabrina Ratté

Video

July 8 to August 19, 2022

ELLEPHANT

1201 Saint-Dominique

Montreal (Quebec) H2X 2W3

Sunset to sunrise

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Adam Basanta

Adam Basanta

Database Paintings

May 14 to June 20, 2022

Opening 2pm – 4pm May 14

Walk through with Adam Basanta @ 3pm

 

In Database Paintings, each image is created by aggregating pixels from freely available images of artworks, sourced from the permanent collections of The Tate, Guggenheim, and Reina Sofia Museums. Using custom software and machine learning techniques, groupings of pixels are “mosaicked” and collaged from the original artworks onto a novel virtual canvas, creating images that articulate a space between recognizability and emergence.

 

Image: Reina Sofia Abstraction (after Gustavo Torner), archival pigment print. Computer-generated aggregate using 27 images from the collection of Museo Reina Sofia, 36” x 23”

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