After 32 years at 51 Camden Street in Toronto, Reactor is moving its studio. As of April 28, Reactor will be at the new location at 340 Westmoreland Avenue North in the Dovercourt and Dupont area.
To launch their new gallery enterprise, INDEX G is presenting 50.2014, an exhibition of 50 artists. The gallery invited 25 artists to exhibit a piece of work and asked each of the 25 artists to invite one other artist to exhibit a piece as well. The result is 50 works by 50 artists.
50 Artists: Amy Wong, Andrew Yeung, Andjelka Jovanic, Arthur Thorpe, Ben Green, Christine Peterson, Colleen Buzzard, Elizabeth Greisman, Erik Jerezano, Fiona Smyth, Frog King, Gaye Jackson, Han Xu, Hiroshi Yamamoto, Holly Lee, Irina Schestakovich, Isabelle Jackson, Janet Potter, Jeff Jackson, Jenal Dolson, Jesi The Elder, Jose Ortega, José Teodoro, Juana Zuniga, Kai Chan, Kayoko Tanaka, Kurt Ketchum, Laura Baron, Lee Ka-sing, Hua YiLiu, Loretta Firmani, Lulu Ladron de Guevara, Lisa Cristinzo, Li Kam-fai, Marina Black, Mark Connery, Maureen Nathan, Millie Chen, Noriko Saito, Normand Rajotte, Patrick McCue, Sally Ayre, Sal Aprile, Shelley Savor, Sio, Tina Oehmsen-Clark, Tomio Nitto, Uros Jelic, Warren Quigley, Ximena Berecochea.
The show runs from March 15 to March 30
Wednesday to Sunday 1-5 pm
Tonight at the Gladstone Hotel is the opening of curator Leila Courey’s If Walls Could Talk, a juried exhibition of experiential illustration that features work by emerging and established artists. The show is on public display at the Gladstone Hotel from March 6–16, 2014. The projects use illustration and other art forms related to it, to occupy and alter the hotel’s 2nd floor gallery and public spaces.
The show features the work of Beata Kruszynski; Betty Zhang; Jen Spinner & Hazel Eckert; Jennifer Ilett; Kat Gomboc & Rebecca Ladds; Kerry Zenter; Mike Ellis; Min Gyo (Daniel) Chung; Nat Janin; P.K. (Adam Hilborn); Rachael Ashe; Sawhorse Design with Adrian Forrow & Tyler John; and Selena Wong.
Bill Russell’s music and art project pairs songs by guitarist Brian Gore and Bill’s projected images and videos with a special live digital drawing segment based on a fictional narrative of a bride running in haste through the ancient redwoods of Muir Woods in California. Their next performance is in Bill’s neighbourhood of Marinwood on Friday, March 7th. More info here.