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Stanzie Tooth: Coming Home

Stanzie Tooth: Coming Home

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Writing by Jenna Faye Powell  read

Canadian artist Stanzie Tooth works primarily in painting, though her practice also diverges into sculpture, collage and installation. 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 time traveling and creating new work, completing residencies in Berlin and Iceland, as well as self-directed research in Greece and Italy. She has been acknowledged for her work by Canadian Art Magazine, The Toronto Star, Now Magazine and Studio Beat. Her work is included in the collections of The Royal Bank, Toronto Dominion Bank, A.T. Tolley Collection and several private collections. Stanzie Tooth currently lives in Toronto and works from her studio at the MOCA.

In the Back Gallery Space
Rotating Group Exhibition
until January 12, 2019
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Agathe de Bailliencourt, Alex Bierk, Jordan Broadworth, John Armstrong & Paul Collins, Paul Collins, Mark Crofton Bell, Matt Crookshank, Nicole Collins, Scott Everingham, Joe Fleming, Christian Gonzenbach, Alexander Irving, Erik Jerezano, Caroline Larsen, Maslen & Mehra, Clint Neufeld, Celia Neubauer, Lyla Rye, Sarah Sands Phillips, Julie Voyce, Stacey Tyrell and Kate Wilson.

DaveandJenn: Whenever it Hurts
Opening: Saturday January 19, 2019, 3-6 pm
artists in attendance
In association with TrépanierBaer Gallery
photos by: M.N. Hutchinson


DaveandJenn’s solo exhibition will coincide with:
“How to Breath Forever” group exhibition at OCAD U
Curated by Lisa Deanne Smith


Kate Wilson: The Body May be Said to Think
Curated by Stuart Reid with works by Doris McCarthy & Kate Wilson
Doris McCarthy Gallery
Until January 26
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This exhibition brings together nature-inspired works by Doris McCarthy, primarily from the collection of the DMG, alongside large-scale wall drawings, paintings and preparatory works by Kate Wilson. From this juxtaposition of two artists’ works, we cast a wide glance over time, spanning the previous century, but also encompassing a forecast of tumult in the current. The reassurance, for the viewer, lies in the artists’ ability to lead us past what we see into the realm of what we feel and know in our bodies.

Imago Mundi — Great and North
Curated by Francesca Valente and Jennifer Karch Verzè

Oct. 24 –  Dec. 16, 2018

Francesca Valente, Lead Curator of the exhibition, has selected artists from Central and Eastern Canada working in several disciplines: painting, sculpture, architecture, design, cinema, music and literature. Among the featured artists are: Rebecca Belmore, Edward Burtynsky, Douglas Cardinal, Jack Diamond, Robert Houle, Moshe Safdie, Andrew Jones, Mary Pratt, Michael Snow, Margaret Atwood.

GHC artists included: Alex Bierk, Nicole Collins, Joe Fleming, Caroline Larsen and Mark Crofton Bell

Caroline Larsen
The Beyond: Georgia O’Keeffe and Contemporary Artists, Crystal Bridges
Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas. Exhibition travels to the
North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, North Caroline and New Britain
Museum of American Art.

Lyla Rye
Abide, Truck Contemporary Art , Calgary, solo exhibition 2019
Indigo Gallery, Buffalo, USA, solo exhibition 2019
Lyla Rye: Recent Film Festivals 2018
Overshadow 2 , Revelation Perth International FF, Perth, Australia
Fade, Concrete Dream Film Festival, Los Angeles, USA
Fade, Delete TV Festival,  London, UK & Austria
Ways of Something, The Museum of the Moving Image, New York, USA

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