Recap: Tour: The Galleries of Tecumseth Street

On Thursday, July 19, members of the Ministry participated in a walking tour of Toronto’s west end contemporary art mecca, the galleries of Tecumseth Street. Between Niagara and Queen St. W, five of the cities most exciting spaces opened their doors to Ministry members for private tours of their current exhibitions. Starting at Diaz Contemporary, the group then made their way to the Birch Libralato Gallery, followed by Georgia Scherman Projects, Susan Hobbs Gallery, concluding the excursion at Narwhal Art Projects/Magic Pony. 

See more photos from the evening after the jump.

The Ministry of Artistic Affairs provides a unique insight into the art market by curating a series of informative and interactive events exploring multiple facets of the art scene. Members access a program of events that include studio visits with rising and established local artists, intimate visits with notable collectors, exclusive gallery exhibition previews, film screenings, talks and panel discussions with published art thinkers, and group art fair excursions. Learn more about membership.

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