Pierre-François Ouellette art contemporain is pleased to announce its participation in a special POP-UP project in Toronto bringing together admired colleagues from Vancouver, Calgary, London and Toronto in the magnificent space of the Stephen Bulger Gallery in parallel with this year's Art Toronto virtual edition. A not-to-be-missed event if you're in Toronto from October 28th to November 7th, 2020!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Stephen Bulger Gallery Curates Canadian Art Gallery Pop-Up
A nationwide collaboration to celebrate Art Toronto 2020
October 14, 2020 [TORONTO, ON] - From October 28 to November 7, 2020, five galleries from across Canada will come together in a collaborative effort to showcase some of Canada's best artists in celebration of Art Toronto 2020. In an effort to keep the artist experience real and alive, Stephen Bulger Gallery is the only gallery part of Art Toronto with a physical pop-up of this caliber.
The guest galleries are designing a small-scaled art fair inside of the Stephen Bulger Gallery in Toronto. Visitors can look forward to curated collections highlighting work by represented artists and rare artworks from the secondary market.
"Although these galleries were already participating online with Art Toronto, there was still a desire to present physical artworks," states Stephen Bulger. "We have created a safe environment for those that wish to experience this nationwide collaboration in person."
Participating Canadian Galleries and Artists:
- Michael Gibson Gallery (London, ON)
- Artists: Keiran Brennan Hinton, Greg Curnoe, Gathie Falk, Jonathan Forrest, Krisjanis Kaktins-Gorline, Jason McLean, Michael Snow, Hans Wendt
- Pierre-François Ouellette Art Contemporain (Montréal, QC)
- Artists: Hanna Claus, Dil Hildebrand, Marie-Jeanne Musiol, Benny Nemerofsky-Ramsay, Roberto Pellegrinuzzi, Ed Pien, Chih-Chien Wang
- Stephen Bulger Gallery (Toronto, ON)
- Artists: Max Dean, Wendy Ewald, Claudia Fährenkemper, Joseph Hartman, Sarah Anne Johnson, Minna Keene, Rita Leistner, Arnaud Maggs, Adam Magyar, Sanaz Mazinani, Guillaume Simoneau, Jeff Thomas, Larry Towell
- TrépanierBaer Gallery (Calgary, AB)
- Artists: Vikky Alexander, Iain Baxter, Mike Bayne, Oscar Cahén, James Carl, Chris Cran, Brandan Dotty, Alicia Henry, Stéphane La Rue, Carroll Taylor Lindoe, Luanne Martineau, Ron Moppett, Evan Penny, Sarah Stevenson
- Wil Aballe Art Projects / WAAP (Vancouver, BC)
- Artists: Kim Kennedy Austin, Steven Cottingham, Daniel Giordano, Francisco-Fernando Granados, Vanessa Dion Fletcher, Maegan Hill-Carroll, Lyse Lemieux, Kate Metten, Ryan Quast, Nicolas Sassoon, Patryk Stasieczek, Julia Rose Sutherland, Mark Verabioff, Nico Williams, Paul Wong
The Stephen Bulger Gallery will be adhering to the City of Toronto health guidelines and is restricting occupancy. Making an appointment is encouraged by using the online gallery appointment scheduler or by calling 416-504-0575. Walk-ins are welcome if space permits. Groups can enter every 15 minutes at a maximum of five people to facilitate social distancing. Masks are mandatory, and the gallery will provide hand sanitizer upon entry. Prospective guests should also note that a non-contact infrared forehead thermometer scan will also be mandatory upon entry.
For more information please visit: https://www.bulgergallery.com/
About Stephen Bulger Gallery
Stephen Bulger Gallery connects people with photographs that inspire them. Since 1995, the gallery has become synonymous with great photographs of all types, making it Canada's destination for enjoying original photographs. In addition to an active exhibition schedule, the gallery helps first time buyers, institutions and collectors of all levels acquire the photographs they desire. With an inventory of over 30,000 photographs comprised of historical Canadian work, as well as international Modern and Contemporary works.
About Art Toronto
Since 2000, Art Toronto has been dedicated to supporting art in Canada, connecting audiences to local, national and international galleries, and promoting diverse creative practices. This year, Art Toronto is expanding the fair's virtual and physical footprint in celebration of Canada's dynamic and unique visual culture. Art Toronto 2020 is evolving from an event at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre to a fair that brings together a digital model and in-person events at galleries across the country.
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