Category: David Saric

I ♥ Paint II at Angell Gallery

by David Saric

There is no substantial contextual relationship between the paintings in this exhibition, as viewers are called to appreciate these interesting, yet disparate artworks based on their own singular merits.

Scotiabank Photography Award: Mark Ruwedel

by David Saric

This thorough survey will captivate admirers of Ruwedel and landscape-themed photography, while also providing curious onlookers a chance to explore new and exciting destinations through the photogpraher’s interesting and curious lens.

Contact 2015 / picks

Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival

May 2015 / Toronto

With so much choice, with well over 1500 photographers exhibiting throughout the Greater Toronto Area, it isn’t easy picking exhibits to see

Elaine Whittaker: Shiver

by David Saric

Perennial optimists beware: Elaine Whittaker’s newest exhibition explores how contagions and viruses can significantly alter human’s biological framework with the potential to destroy hordes of vulnerable targets without warning

Ispirazione Divino / Articsok Gallery

by David Saric

The paintings of the four artists: Joseph Cach, Ashley Johnson, Mahmoud Meraji and Marcelo Suaznabar are visually united through their uncanny subject matter, evoking images of fantastical landscapes and imaginary beasts

Douglas Coupland is Everywhere

by David Saric

Throughout the two unified exhibitions, Coupland’s artworks critically analyze what it means to be human in a postmodern society, while also displaying a sense of wit and playfulness that is both engaging and memorable.

Kate McQuillen: Dead Reckoning

by David Saric

Kate McQuillen’s Dead Reckoning, on now at the O’Born Contemporary, transforms the traditional commercial gallery space into an artfully abstracted information center.