Nuit Blanche 2019

October 5, 2019 / all night

by Mikael Sandblom, Adrian Ooesterman & Olivia Musselwhite

The ephemeral artworks of Nuit Blanche make the places that they briefly occupied permanently richer and more meaningful.

Toronto Biennial of Art

September 21 – December 1, 2019

Various locations in Toronto and the surrounding area

More than 90 participants’ works are displayed in 15 sites

Canadian Sculpture Centre is ON THE MOVE

Opening Reception: September 14, 2019

In the last exhibition in this location members of the Sculptors Society of Canada explore themes inspired by various cultural diaspora as it transitions from one locale to another.

Matthew Giffin at Helio Gallery

by Mikael Sandblom

We interpret these pieces like the half-remembered images and narratives of dreams whose meaning seems familiar but become more elusive and ambiguous the more we try to pin them down.

VAYA at Urban Gallery

by Talia Williams

the viewer is instantly hit with an overwhelming sense of madness. Wild colors and editorial photographs capture your gaze while you stand still in the midst of this artist’s deliberate chaos.

Reverie at Lonsdale Gallery

by Maria Mendoza Camba

True to its theme of imaginings, Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann and Beth James allow their audience to envisage the movement of their dreams and thoughts permitting us to see, how they could possibly appear should they have the inventiveness to materialize and move on their own.