Our complete 2013 exhibition schedule
is on our website and makes for a useful bookmark and handy reference throughout the year.
Sean Yelland opens In Silence
on March 7th. This new body of work marks the 10 year anniversary of Yelland's first solo with the gallery, Good Days and Bad Years
. Next week we will be in studio with Yelland and we will have a fresh report of what awaits us in March in our next issue of Ingram Art News!
April will see the release of Rachel Berman's unique watercolours for Tundra Book's new title Miss Mousie's Blind Date
-- Rachel Berman and Timothy Beiser's follow-up to Bradley McGogg: The Very Fine Frog
. With the last title being nominated for a Governor General's award in children's book illustration, we are keen to see these new works to the wall. Paired with the exhibition of the watercolours for Miss Mousie's Blind Date
will be new Berman oils.
Soon after Anna Yuschuk opens with a new collection of cerebral landscapes. Andrew Bell (Ottawa) and Alain Bonder (Montréal) will have solo exhibitions in tandem this spring -- and this summer our much loved Summer Series
returns for a 6th year.
October of 2013 marks the 60th anniversary of the formation of Painters Eleven, Toronto's mid-century abstract collective. We are currently at work to ensure that our celebratory exhibition has much to offer. Not a day goes by where we are not discussing this seminal group's achievements, history and individual members' works. Can you name the eleven painters? Hint: two are women and one is very enigmatic.
Rounding out the calendar will be a new series from Brian Burke, Scott Owles with his 2nd solo with the gallery, and Kate Grigg in November.
All of the above, and a little of the unexpected, will be featured in greater detail in future issues of Ingram Art News!
. If you missed any past issues in 2012 and wish to catch up -- we keep an archive here