Current Exhibitions

  • SUMMER ’16 Group Show

    PicMonkey Collage

    SUMMER ’16 GROUP SHOW

    Exhibition Dates: August 4th – August 28th, 2016
    Opening Reception: Thursday August 4th, 7-11 PM
    Exhibition Location: Project Gallery Studios, 184 Munro St

    Artists Include: 
    Anser & Pascal Paquette
    Fucci
    Andre Kan
    Bogdan Luca
    Christina Mazzulla
    Colin Nun
    Chris Perez
    Michelle Tourikian
    Nicole Maya Schachter
    Shanna Van Maurik

     

     

     

  • Facade: Brian Harvey
    BRIAN HARVEY_FRONT_6.75x4.5
    Exhibition Dates: Aug 18 – Sept 4th
    Opening Reception: Thursday Aug 18th, 6-9pm
    Toronto’s built environment is uniquely piecemeal; evidence of a history of development and repurposing on an individual and local scale, and nowhere is this more visible than in the architectural pastiche of its older streets. In this new body of work painter Brian Harvey continues his exploration of Toronto’s urban landscape through a collection of portraits of its architecture and infrastructure. He is drawn to the humble and disorderly facades of old buildings, forgotten and often overlooked, and disappearing in the face of rapid change. Each change speaks to a personal story, and the layers of transformation are visible as wrinkles and scars, evidence of a lifetime of transformation and growth. Through a layering of rapid and gestural application of paint, Harvey seeks to naturalistically depict light and form, while maintaining a focus on the physicality of paint.
    Brian Harvey was born in 1978 in Toronto, Canada. After studying digital media and animation his focus shifted to drawing and painting. He has training from Seneca College, Sheridan College, Toronto School of Art, the Art Centre at Central Technical School, and has recently completed a BFA from OCAD University in Toronto. He has been painting and exhibiting for over a decade and his work can be found in public and private collections across Canada, the United States and Europe. His paintings are studies of the commonplace and the typically mundane; everyday objects, spaces and urban landscapes which are frequently overlooked. Brian lives and works in Toronto.