Toronto, Canada is a multicultural center like no other, and the city has the art scene to prove it. Complementing the 2015 Pan American and ParaPan American games, bridging the Western Hemisphere together in Toronto, city galleries have got some great exhibitions lined up for the summer. Inspired by a spirit of international solidarity, from Bloor Street to City Hall, from Dundas West to The Distillery District, here are Toronto’s 5 must-see exhibitions this summer.
Why is it a must-see? This juried exhibition features local artists climbing the ranks. As individuals from around the Americas and the world prepare to converge in Toronto for the Pan American and ParaPan American games, Propeller Gallery invited artists to submit works that explore the human body at rest, or in motion. This juried exhibition focuses on the beauty, physicality and resilience of the human figure as a form of expression and inspiration. The artists chosen for the exhibition include: Sabrina Chamberland, Octavio Contreras, DNA Dodds, Pat Dumas-Hudecki, Gina Duque, Eric Field, Mark Gane, David Griffin, Mr.Hyde, Nile Inalouei, Tai Kim, Irina Litinsky, Nadya Fedotova, Dan Nuttall, Sylvia Pecota, Tony Saad, Peter Shoebridge, Audrey Smith, Susan N. Stewart, Keijo Tapanainen, Gwen Tooth, Magda Vasko and Ross Winter.
July 8 – 26, 2015
Propeller Gallery, 30 Abell Street Toronto, ON, + 1 416 504 7142