The Christopher Cutts Gallery is a leading Toronto-based commercial fine art gallery dealing in critically acclaimed works of modern and contemporary art.
The Gallery’s program includes:
Estates of historically significant Canadian artists, most notably many of the Painters 11 group who established Canada’s international reputation for modern abstraction in the 1950s.
Many of the Painters 11’s immediate post-contemporaries who emerged predominantly in Toronto during the 1960s and 1970s, especially those hailing from the legendary Isaacs and Carmen Lamanna galleries
Established senior artists working in a wide range of media
Recognized mid-career artists from Canada and Europe
Emerging international talents, particularly those exploring the boundaries of media, representation and interpretation within contemporary art making
Christopher Cutts Gallery has been in continuous operation since 1986 and has been located in its current facility for over 25 years. The gallery maintains an active roster of artists, many of whose works are included in leading public and private collections.