OWLES | SNIDERHAN | BERMAN4 - 20 February . 2010Artists' Reception: Thursday, 4 February 5-8pm
Image below:Sara SNIDERHAN, What makes a man? (2010) mixed media, 22 x 16 inches
We begin the exhibitions of 2010 at Ingram Gallery on a high note with a Toronto blockbuster of three talented painters. Scott Owles | Sara Sniderhan | Rachel Berman
opens on Thursday, February 4th with a reception with the artists from
Our first reception of the new year is a great opportunity for friends of the gallery to meet three great artists in one elegant evening.
Each working within their preferred medium, the figure features front in Owles | Sniderhan | Berman
as three unique artists map out the human form and condition.
New large to small scale works from three superb studios converge on the gallery walls in what promises to be a thought-provoking exhibition.(For those unable to attend, please be in touch to receive the exhibition guide.)
2010 Exhibition Schedule
Our complete 2010 Exhibition Schedule is now online! From solo exhibitions, to group shows, Ingram Gallery with keep things fresh and enticing in the year ahead.
Ingram Gallery invites you to join us at our art events -- both Saturday afternoon receptions and evening parties with the artists.
Andrew Bell and Brian Burke (R.C.A.) will each be featured in a solo exhibition this coming Spring. Bell presents the eighth chapter in his ongoing stellar Moterwerks series in April and Brian Burke will open Sincerely B. on May 6th.
Keep an eye out for our announcement in the Spring issue of Canadian Art Magazine!
March 2010: The Art of B o o k s
Late February and early March at Ingram Gallery will read much like Book Month as we pair great titles in literature with exciting pieces of art. Thematically inspired by our artists' works which have been recently featured on book covers, the exhibition will take place in both our north and south galleries.
We will also introduce new titles in Canadian Art. Two new favourites just in: The Nude in Modern Canadian Art 1920-1950 (Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, 2009) and The Automatiste Revolution: Montreal, 1941-1960 (Douglas & McIntyre, 2009).
We love artful and art-filled books!
Ryan Price's A Day at the Office (above right) is the cover of the new Miriam Toews novel 'The Flying Troutmans' (Boréal, 2009 - French version).
Yorkville Art Walks
The Yorkville Art Walk was created in 2001 as an opportunity for all to enjoy the diversity, dynamism and history of the Yorkville Galleries and their historically significant neighbourhood. The unique architecture and the history of Toronto's very own counter culture movement make Yorkville where it's at! More than ten galleries host the Yorkville Art Walks by staying open until 8pm the first Thursday of every month. These free events, led by professional docents, have been well attended and enjoyed by art lovers from around the world for nearly a decade. Please look for our ongoing program in the Arts section of the 'Globe and Mail' the Saturday prior to the walk for more information.
Yorkville Art Galleries: Toronto's largest gallery district, all within walking distance. Enjoy contemporary and historical work by emerging and established Canadian, International and Indigenous artists.
We look forward to seeing you on the Yorkville Art Walk! Art Walks ahead in Winter/Spring 2010: are on February 4, March 4 and April 1.
For those interested in learning more about the history of Yorkville please follow this link to a great CBC documentary: Yorkville: Hippie Haven Broadcast: Sept., 1967.
A new year sees new works arriving daily. Whether fresh from Sharon Okun (above left) before returning to her studio in Italy or from Rachel Berman's (above right) studio in the heart of downtown Toronto -- frequent visits to the gallery in the weeks ahead are a must.
Come out to the gallery and meet Scott Owles, Sara Sniderhan and Rachel Berman on Thursday night, February 4th! Here we go ... 2010: The Year of ART!
With best wishes,
Tarah Aylward, Director