After the dry spell of summer, the Toronto art community is gearing up for a busy autumn season with the majority of galleries preparing for September exhibition openings. The following list presents The Ministry’s recommendations of the most hotly anticipated shows.
Get out your calendars then check out the list after the jump!
“The Grange Prize 2012″
Art Gallery of Ontario
317 Dundas St. W
“Strange Journey” by Mitsuo Kimura
1183 Dundas St. W
“The Boys From Nowhere” by Andy DeCola and Zack Wood
Neubacher Shor Contemporary
5 Brock Ave.
“Multi Versus” by Maya Hayuk
Cooper Cole Gallery
1161 Dundas St. W
“Creep Lez” by Allyson Mitchell
Katherine Mulherin Contemporary Art Projects
1082 + 1086 Queen St. W
“At the Far Edge of Words” by Jamelie Hassan, “Stealing Beauty” by Guy Ben-Ner, and “Springtime” by Jeroen Eisinga
Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art
952 Queen St. W
“Memorial Day” by John Monteith
131 Ossington Ave.
“Small Telescopes” by Brian Groombridge
YYZ Artists’ Outlet
140-401 Richmond St. W
“Arriving at a Landscape” by Bobbie Burgers
340 Dundas St. W
“Show Your Wound” by Luis Jacob
Birch Libralato Gallery
129 Tecumseth St.
“Points and Lines” by Francisco Castro
100 Niagara St.
“Corner” by John Armstrong & Paul Collins
General Hardware Contemporary
1520 Queen St. W
“Present Imperfect -Way of the Sculptor” by Ross Bell
Georgia Scherman Projects
133 Tecumseth St.
“Det Synlige (The Visible)” by Else Marie Hagen
401 Richmond St. W
“The Clock” by Christian Marclay, and “Continuous Coverage” by Omer Fast
The Power Plant
231 Queens Quay W
“I’m an Adult Now” by Kim Dorland
12 Ossington Ave.