Art Metropole’s GRID SYSTEMS: Gifts by Artists 2013/2014 Exhibition and sale. Opening: Thurs. Dec. 5, 2013, 7pm to 9pm Continues: Dec. 4 to 24, 2013 and from January 3 to February 1, 2014 Art Metropole, 1490 Dundas Street West, Toronto, ON M6K 1T5
Participating artists include: Bazil Alzeri, Steven Beckly, Nadia Belerique, Alan Belcher, Katie Bethune-Leamen, Willie Brisco, Maryanne Casasanta, Sam Cotter, Jay Dart, Arielle de Pinto, Janis Demkiw, Zoe Downie-Ross, Alex Durlak, Mark Ferkul, FiZZZ BZZZZ (Alexandre Viault and Benoît François), Mike Goldby, Aryen Hoekstra, Jeremy Jansen, Felix Kalmenson, Laurie Kang, Jp King, Shane Krepakevich, Elle Kurancid, Shawn Kuruneru, Cam Lee, Eunice Luk, Kelly Mark, Jenine Marsh, Fraser McCallum, Abby McGuane, Alex McLeod, Hazel Meyer, Colin Miner, Sarah Nasby, Alicia Nauta, Josee Aubin Oulette, Nathalie Quagliotto, Callum Schuster, Jessica Vallentin, Elliot Vredenburg, Nicole Kelly Westman.
I have a piece in Art Metropole’s holiday sale along with many other editions, multiples, and unique pieces. Perfect for holiday gifting! Now available online and in store.
Monobandes III Les Territoires 372 Sainte-Catherine Ouest, Porte 527 Montreal, QB
November 8 – December 14th, 2013 Opening: Thursday November 7, 6 p.m.
Jessica Auer, Simon Beaudry, Steven Beckly, Anne Bertrand, America Blasco, Jenna Braid, Madison Bycroft, Kevin Day, Dorien De Wit, Isabelle Fexa, Steve Giasson, Mika Goodfriend, Anne-Renée Hotte, Zohar Kfir, Nathalie LeBlanc, Philippe Léonard, Léna Mill-Reuillard, Michael Mersereau, Didier Morelli, Reuben Nanda, Johan Parent, Blair Phillips, Catherine Polcz, Dali Wu
Les Territoires is pleased to present the third edition of Monobandes. This year, 24 young international artists reveal a panorama of contemporary video art practices. This event showcases 25 single-channel videos, each under 10 minutes of duration.
Dedicated to the art of single-channel video, this unique exhibition is comprised of six screening sites. The gallery is divided into two rooms; the first features 5 monitors, each showing 20 minutes program, and the second displays a large format projection with all the 25 videos looped. In playing with different presentation modes, we are inviting the viewers to consider context and media as key information for interpretation. Impressive yet intimate, the program presented by the team at Les Territoires takes the viewer through the stories and aesthetics of emerging video. With its two hours of creatively diverse moving images, Monobandes is an exhibition worth revisiting.