Check out the article on today’s The Grid by Denise Benson. It’s a revisit of the history of the Bamboo Club on Toronto’s Queen Street. The article features some great historical photographs and of course, lots of Barbara Klunder’s art.
Barbara Klunder At The David Kaye Gallery
Barbara is showing her recent papercuts in her new exhibition, “BulletProof Vests: Papercut Protection” at the David Kaye Gallery. These new works are a commentary on gun culture and its connection to killings of all kinds all over the planet. Barbara insisting that it’s the role of the artist “to raise danger flags,” Klunder defended her fearless practice of bringing her political views to the forefront in her art.
The show runs until June 28.
The David Kaye Gallery
1092 Queen Street West
(entrance on Dovercourt)
New work from Barbara Klunder for an upcoming show of paper cuts in June at the David Kaye Gallery.
The Laura Secord Papercuts
Curated by Stuart Reid
The exhibition runs May 5 to September 9, 2012.
There is an opening reception on Thursday, May 24, from 7 to 9 pm.
For more information visit Brock University Rodman Hall Art Centre
Barbara Klunder is exhibiting new work at the David Kay Gallery.
Laure Secord: The Papercuts. The Textiles. The Book.
Show runs November 3 to November 27, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, November 5 from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.
David Kaye Gallery
1092 Queen Street West (entrance on Dovercourt)
Barbara created this poster image for the Clay & Paper Theatre’s summer production of The Pedaler’s Wager, a bicycle-based mobile play. In weekend performances through July and into August, audience members cycled from act to act alongside performers, literally following the puppet troupe to the show’s conclusion.