Less than two weeks to see Greater Toronto Art 2024! Exhibition Closes July 28.

Greater Toronto Art 2024: Timothy Yanick Hunter

Installation view of Timothy Yanick Hunter, Stereo As a Prefix, 2024.

Timothy Yanick Hunter (b. Toronto, Ontario) is a multidisciplinary artist and curator. Synthesizing music, sound, video, and image-making, Hunter’s practice uses a range of visual research strategies to explore the political, cultural, and social life of the Black diaspora. His work often employs bricolage, archival exploration, references, remixing, and citational practices. Hunter is also MOCA’s […]

Greater Toronto Art 2024: Sukaina Kubba

Image of Sukaina Kubba, Enclave Exclave (31-32 Oakville, Ontario), 2023–24.

Sukaina Kubba (b. Baghdad, Iraq) is an artist based in Toronto. Kubba’s practice is multidisciplinary and material-based, relying on storytelling, drawing, and drawing connections. One of her central research projects considers rugs and other high-trade textiles as historic objects, as traveling heirlooms and artifacts, and as carriers of many lives and miles. She is interested […]

Greater Toronto Art 2024: Sin Wai Kin

Sin Wai Kin (b. Toronto, Ontario) brings fantasy to life through storytelling in performance, moving image, writing, and print. Drawing on experiences of existing between binary categories, their work realizes alternate worlds to describe lived experiences of desire, identification, and consciousness. The artist’s film, A Dream of Wholeness in Parts (2021), was nominated for the […]

Greater Toronto Art 2024: Mani Mazinani

Image of Mani Mazinani, Solar Scale, 2024.

Mani Mazinani (b. Tehran, Iran) is a Toronto-based interdisciplinary artist who makes work that connects scale and sensation, improvisation and ancient thought. His work directs attention to the physicality of his subject and medium, creating situations to exercise our frameworks of perception. Mazinani’s practice includes installation, lens-based media, sculpture, sound, and music. He has presented […]

Greater Toronto Art 2024: Lotus L. Kang

Image of Lotus L. Kang, Receiver Transmitter (Butterfly) (detail), 2023–24.

Lotus L. Kang (b. Toronto, Ontario) works with sculpture, photography, and site-responsive installation. Known for sprawling installations and a distinctive material repertoire, Kang’s practice is a dialogue with the impermanent and the in-between. Elegantly disordered and richly layered, her site-sensitive works explore the relational bonds between time, personal history, and cultural knowledge. Rather than taking […]

Greater Toronto Art 2024: Kamias Triennial

Kamias Triennial (KT) is an itinerant and collectively curated event with roots in Asia and Canada. It was founded in 2014 and the first three iterations (in 2014, 2017, and 2020) took place in Manila, Philippines. KT positions itself within a globalized art world through sustained relationships, its intimate scale, and intersectional conversations. It presents […]

Greater Toronto Art 2024: Wendell Bruno

video still from installation. Wendell Bruno, Media Blackmale, 1993. Black-and-white video with sound, 5 min, the landscape within, 1994. Black-and-white video with sound, 8 min, and I and I outlook, 1993. Black-and-white video with sound, 8 min.

Wendell Bruno (b. Port of Spain, Trinidad) is an artist based in Toronto. Working in the film industry since 1994, he has developed a practice that incorporates animation, experimental film, AI, and digital processing. He has made five short films that examine media stereotypes of Black masculinity and, more recently, relations between parents and their […]

Greater Toronto Art 2024: Tim Whiten

Image of installation. Tim Whiten, Chestnut & Almond, 1973.

Tim Whiten (b. Inkster, Michigan) is a creator of cultural objects whose work seeks to return the acts of making and experiencing art to the historic notion of art as a means of unification with the divine. ln more than fifty years of exhibiting work, he has sought to navigate the territory of the human […]

Greater Toronto Art 2024: Theo Jean Cuthand

Image of video installation. Theo Jean Cuthand, Love and Numbers, 2004

Theo Jean Cuthand (b. Regina, Saskatchewan) is an artist whose practice delves into themes of sexuality, madness, queerness, love, and Indigeneity. Since 1995, Cuthand has been making experimental and narrative short films and videos, and his more recent projects have expanded to incorporate video game development, feature film script-writing, and performance. He completed his Bachelor […]

Greater Toronto Art 2024: Sharlene Bamboat

Sharlene Bamboat (b. Karachi, Pakistan) is a moving image and installation artist based in Tiohtià:ke/Montréal. Her practice engages with translation, history, and sound to uncover sensory and fractured ways of understanding relationships between the self and the social across transnational contexts. Bamboat’s work examines the role of colonialism, globalization, culture, and desire through poetics, abstraction, […]