40 Forward: Stellar Living 2019

40 Forward: Stellar Living 2019

14 November 2019 6pm

AUCTION NIGHT | Doors at 6PM | Auction at 7PM
LOCATION | Mercer Union | 1286 Bloor St. West

Mercer Union’s signature fundraising auction returns in celebration of our 40th Anniversary. Proceeds from the event contribute essential funds to support exhibitions and programs at Mercer Union, and help maintain our position as Canada’s leading artist-run centre.

Join us this landmark year to celebrate four decades of contemporary art, and many more to come!

View the artwork collection at stellar.mercerunion.org

Participating Artists

Stephen Andrews • Joi T. Arcand • Karen Azoulay • Dean Baldwin • Daniel Barrow • Steven Beckly • Nadia Belerique • Shary Boyle • Adam David Brown • James Carl • Moyra Davey • Tom Dean • Jason Dodge • Dave Dyment • Marcel Dzama • Geoffrey Farmer • Robert Fones • Angela Grauerholz • Maggie Groat • Iris Häussler • Maria Hupfield • Spring Hurlbut • Laurie Kang • Janice Kerbel • Paul Kneale • Kristiina Lahde • Jeremy Laing • Estate of Sol LeWitt • Jimmy Limit • Annie MacDonell • Kelly Mark • Hazel Meyer • Jonathan Monk • Jennifer Murphy • Shelley Niro • Luke Painter • Roula Partheniou • Veronika Pausova • Rajni Perera • Ed Pien • Estate of Jaan Poldaas • Laure Prouvost • Darren Rigo • Jennifer Rose Sciarrino • Jessica Stockholder • Winnie Truong • Haley Uyeda • Joy Walker • Matthew Wong • Robert Youds

Auction Committee

Tanner Kidd (Co-Chair) • Richard Lambert (Co-Chair) • Rebecca Carbin • Miles Gertler • Gill Harris • Jeremy Laing • Devan Patel • Robert Wainstein

http://mercerunion.org/events/stellarliving2019/

#auction/fundraiser#community#mercer union

Daniel Faria Gallery at Art Toronto 2019

Daniel Faria Gallery at Art Toronto 2019
Booth C33
October 25 – 27, 2019

Metro Toronto Convention Centre
North Building
255 Front Street West
Toronto, Canada

Featuring work by:

Steven Beckly
Nadia Belerique
Shannon Bool
Douglas Coupland
Chris Curreri
Andrew Dadson
Iris Häussler
Mark Lewis
Derek Liddington
Kristine Moran
Jennifer Rose Sciarrino
Elizabeth Zvonar

https://danielfariagallery.com/fair/art-toronto-3
https://www.arttoronto.ca/en/galleries/exhibitor-directory.html

#art fair#art toronto#daniel faria gallery

Touch Screen, Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran, Montréal
Hannah Whitaker, Dimensions, 2019.

Touch Screen

Steven Beckly, Marie-Claire Blais, Jessica Eaton, Gerald Ferguson, Molly Haynes, Mårten Lange, Ruby Sky Stiler, Hannah Whitaker

Curated by Julia Dault and Brian Sholis

July 10 – August 17, 2019
Opening: Wednesday July 10, 5 – 8 pm

Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran is delighted to present TOUCH SCREEN, an exhibition organized by Julia Dault and Brian Sholis which brings together artists whose works evoke partitions, scrims, and portals. The artworks presented here seem to push back and forth across thresholds, but the screens they evoke are anything but those of our electronic devices. Instead, materials and close observation—of the world, of mark-making—are gateways to form and meaning.

We think of networked screens as bringing forward worlds and spaces beyond what’s immediately in front of us. The artists in this exhibition, through their intricate craftsmanship and their play with thresholds, create objects that serve as both carriers and embodiment of meaning.

We would like to thank Daniel Faria Gallery, Galerie René Blouin, Olga Korper Gallery, Nicelle Beauchene and Marinaro for their collaboration.

Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran
1892 Rue Payette
Montréal, QC H3J 1P3
T +1 514 989 7886
E info@antoineertaskiran.com
Hours: Tuesday to Saturday, 10 am – 5 pm and by appointment

http://galerieantoineertaskiran.com/exhibition/touch-screen/

#exhibition#galerie antoine ertaskiran

(  ), Daniel Faria Gallery, Toronto
Shannon Bool, The Weather, 2019. Wool tapestry and embroidery.

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David Altmejd, Steven Beckly, Shannon Bool, Ryan Gander, Mark Lewis, Heather Rowe, Jennifer Rose Sciarrino

June 27 – September 7, 2019
Opening reception: Thursday June 27, 6 – 8 pm

Daniel Faria Gallery is pleased to present “( )”, a group exhibition featuring works by David Altmejd, Steven Beckly, Shannon Bool, Ryan Gander, Mark Lewis, Heather Rowe and Jennifer Rose Sciarrino.

Parenthesis literally means “to put beside” from the Greek roots par-, -en, and thesis. It is relational: one thing put beside another. One thing within another thing. To function properly, a parenthesis requires a partner; it seeks its other half in order to enclose the space between. It becomes plural: parentheses.

Parentheses act as a frame, holding and protecting what lies between their curved arms. They ask us to look closely at what is there. Seen through a window, the outside world is given parameters. Sometimes the cropped view can offer us more information than the wide view. Parentheses can also be disruptive. They interrupt. They draw us away from the main event if only so that we can return to it with greater clarity. They tell us that we might be missing something, saying, look again.

The works included in this exhibition create and complicate space both inside and outside the frame, whether through technological renderings, material manipulations, or perspectival distortions.

For more information contact Madeleine Taurins at:
madeleine@danielfariagallery.com or 416 538 1880

Daniel Faria Gallery
188 St Helens Avenue
Toronto, ON M6H 4A1
416 538 1880
Hours: Tuesday to Friday 11:00 am to 6:00 pm, Saturday 10:00 am to 6:00 pm

https://danielfariagallery.com/exhibition/summergroupshow

#daniel faria gallery#exhibition

Public Parking Interview

I answered some questions by the thoughtful Ethan Murphy for Public Parking.

#interview

If I have a body, Remai Modern, Saskatoon
Veronika Pausova, Jacuzzi, 2017. Courtesy of the artist and Simon Subal Gallery, New York.

If I have a body
May 31 – September 2, 2019

Remai Modern, Saskatoon
102 Spadina Crescent East

If I have a body presents new and recent work by six Canadian artists: Shuvinai Ashoona, Steven Beckly, Billy-Ray Belcourt, Laurie Kang, Veronika Pausova and Dominique Rey. The title, drawn from a poem by Belcourt, considers the body as a proposition, an unstable form shaped by imagination, desire, vulnerability and exchange. The artists are brought together in dynamic pairings, creating dialogue between their works.

The artists in this exhibition share an interest in the body as a vehicle for synthesis and transformation. Rather than a singular, stable entity, the body is unresolved and contingent, a fragmented collection of feelings, expectations, and circumstances.

Organized by Rose Bouthillier, Curator (Exhibitions); Sandra Fraser, Curator (Collections); and Troy Gronsdahl, Associate Curator (Live Programs).

https://remaimodern.org/program/exhibitions/exhibition/if-i-have-a-body

#exhibition#remai modern

The Photobook Lab: On Longevity

The Photobook Lab: On Longevity
25 May 2019, 3 – 4 pm

Scrap Metal
11 Dublin St Unit E (Alleyway access beside 7 Dublin St)

Toronto Photobook Library’s Zackery Hobler invites artists Steven Beckly, Seth Fluker, Cristian Ordóñez, Bianca Salvo, and Josée Schryer to articulate what makes a lasting photobook. Each artist will offer a unique perspective drawing from their own practice as bookmakers. Reception to follow, hosted by the Istituto Italiano di Cultura.

Supported by Dara and Marvin Singer.

https://scotiabankcontactphoto.com/event/the-photobook-lab-on-longevity/
http://www.scrapmetalgallery.com/archive/scotiabank-contact-photography-festival-the-photobook-lab/

#community#contact photography festival#panel

Summer Camp, SPAO Centre, Ottawa

Summer Camp
May 10 – July 1, 2019

Opening reception: Friday May 10, 6 – 9 pm
Remarks at 7:30 pm

SPAO Centre
77 Pamilla Street, Ottawa

On May 10, 2019, from 6 pm to 9 pm, join us at the SPAO Centre – School of the Photographic Arts: Ottawa for the opening reception of the 2019 CANADIANA exhibition Summer Camp. Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the decriminalization of homosexuality in Canada, the exhibition features lens-based artworks produced over the last five decades by LGBTQ2+ artists from across the country. The exhibition is co-curated by SPAO Gallery Manager Michael Davidge and Creative Director Jonathan Hobin in consultation with a wide range of Canadian curators and artists.

Hobin states, “The incredible input we got from across Canada guided us as we put together this amazing showcase of established artists like Kent Monkman and Evergon as well as emerging artists like Dayna Danger and B.G-Osborne.” Highlighting camp as both a sensibility and a site in the Canadian landscape, the exhibition also features works by Steven Beckly, David Buchan, Colin Campbell, Shawna Dempsey & Lorri Millan, Michelle Mohabeer and Paul Wong. A text by art writer and curator Daniella Sanader accompanies the exhibition.

http://spao.ca/gallery

#exhibition

BlackFlash 36.1
Publications / March 24, 2019

BlackFlash 36.1
BlackFlash 36.1

Cover and portfolio in the latest issue of BlackFlash with an introduction by editor Maxine Proctor.

#blackflash#publication

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