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Stanzie Tooth: The Distance of the Moon

Stanzie Tooth: The Distance of the Moon

March 9 – April 8

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General Hardware is pleased to present The Distance of the Moon, Stanzie Tooth’s third solo exhibition at GHC.

Stanzie Tooth is a Canadian artist who works primarily in painting, though her practice also diverges into sculpture, collage and installation. Her recent work illustrates feelings of familiarity and/or alienation from place. Tooth holds a BFA from the Ontario College of Art & Design (2007) and an MFA from the University of Ottawa (2015), where she was awarded an Ontario Graduate Scholarship. Stanzie was the 2015 recipient of the Joseph Plaskett Award for Painting, through which she spent 2016 traveling and creating a new body of work, completing residencies in Berlin and Iceland, as well as self-directed research in Greece and Italy. Her work has been featured in numerous solo and group exhibitions, including solo exhibitions at General Hardware Contemporary, Galerie Karsh Masson and the Howard Park Institute. Tooth currently divides her time between Ontario and Berlin.





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