Danish Golden Era

  Turbulent times in history lead to volatile artistic achievements. In the early 19th Century, Copenhagen was almost annihilated by British troops, which brought upon an extremely influential art movement across the country. The subsequent restoration imbued not only architectural but also the cultural consciousness and led to the Golden

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Peter Harris: Undisclosed Locations

Galerie D’Este is pleased to present the works of Peter Harris for a third solo show entitled Undisclosed Locations. This exhibition examines interior spaces: lobbies, vestibules, waiting rooms, passageways, and stairways. Areas that are intended for temporary occupancy, measured in minutes or seconds, as we pass through to a destination.

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RON MARTIN Conclusions and Transfers / Conclusions and Transpositions

Opening Reception: Saturday, March 24th, 2-6pm Exhibition runs: March 24th – April 21st, 2018

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Meaghan Hyckie

Meaghan Hyckie The Intelligent Woman’s Guide to Atomic Radiation Opening March 24th, 2- 5 PM

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Joshua Jensen-Nagle | Dreams and Journeys

Joshua Jensen-Nagle | Dreams and Journeys  April 14-28, 2018 350 Dundas St. West, Toronto Opening Reception: Saturday April 14, 2:00 – 4:00pm In his latest series Dreams and Journeys, Joshua Jensen-Nagle brings a playful approach to the everyday traveller. These works capture architectural subjects from all over Europe, revisited by

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Michelle Nguyen | Anatomical Venus

Menagerie, 60 x 65.75 in., $6,400 CAD Michelle Nguyen | Anatomical Venus  March 24 – April 7, 2018 340 Dundas St West, Toronto Opening Reception: Saturday March 24, 2:00 – 4:00pm “Anatomical Venus explores how women occupy both physical and theoretical spaces, as both artist and subject throughout art history, and how we

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Destination: The Poetic North

The 19th and early 20th century was the golden age of landscape painting. The Romantic era characterized the natural world into three categories: the Pastoral, the Picturesque, and the Sublime. The Pastoral and Picturesque refer to “inhabited” landscapes: placid scenes of well-tended farms that represent a reassuring view of human

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BRUNO BARBEY: Witness of Things Past

Exhibition Dates: March 10 – April 14, 2018 Opening Reception: Saturday, March 10, 2-5pm Stephen Bulger Gallery is pleased to present “Witness of Things Past”, our first solo exhibition of work by the internationally renowned Magnum photographer Bruno Barbey. This exhibition offers a survey of some of his best-known black

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Anne Dunn “Nigadoo, New Brunswick Summer Song” and New Work

Nigadoo, New Brunswick Summer Song is a collection from many summers of the intimate impressions of an artist’s kinship with the natural world of Northern New Brunswick. Renowned artist Anne Dunn pays homage with each considered brushstroke. Her warm colour palettes are reminiscent of sunny afternoons. Her landscapes are delightful

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Julian Forrest: ‘This Is Not A Century For Paradises’

Opening Reception: Thursday, March 15th from 7-9 pm Artist Q & A: Saturday, March 17th at 4pm Join us for the opening reception of Julian Forrest’s newest exhibition: ‘This Is Not A Century For Paradises’. The exhibition features large scale paintings that explore themes of place/displacement, migration, masculinities, and mythic

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