Now Open: Greater Toronto Art 2024, March 22–July 28.

Greater Toronto Art 2021: Videos

00_home 01_artists 02_gta360 03_publication 04_videos 05_documentation 06_credits 00_home 01_artists 02_gta360 03_publication 04_videos 05_documentation 06_credits Content Spotlights: Sahar Te Spotlights: Kara Springer Spotlights: Pamila Matharu Spotlights: Oluseye Spotlights: Ghazaleh Avarzamani Spotlights: Nour Bishouty Spotlights: Native Art Department International Spotlights: Common Accounts Spotlights: Jesse Chun Spotlights: Jagdeep Raina Spotlights: Tom Chung Spotlights: Jennifer Rose Sciarrino Spotlights: Ashoona […]

Greater Toronto Art 2021: GTA360 – Virtual

GTA360's map from Mozilla Hubs

00_home 01_artists 02_gta360 03_publication 04_vidoes 05_gallery 06_credits 00_home 01_artists 02_gta360 03_publication 04_vidoes 05_gallery 06_credits ENTER GTA360 Welcome to GTA360, a digital realm for online experimentation by artists and a space where you can meet others virtually and engage in conversations around the hosted works, and the role of digital tools within contemporary art and design […]

Greater Toronto Art 2021: Julia Dault

00_home 01_artists 02_gta360 03_publication 04_vidoes 05_gallery 06_credits 00_home 01_artists 02_gta360 03_publication 04_vidoes 05_gallery 06_credits Dault often fuses industrial and handmade practices, creating a sense of tension in production: using her body to bend stiff building materials, mechanically repeating her hand gestures, and wielding combs and squeegees instead of paintbrushes. In some cases, Dault treats materials—like […]

Greater Toronto Art 2021: Kara Springer

00_home 01_artists 02_gta360 03_publication 04_vidoes 05_gallery 06_credits 00_home 01_artists 02_gta360 03_publication 04_vidoes 05_gallery 06_credits Recently, Springer has turned her focus towards macro photography to look closely at broken, mundane or overlooked industrial materials. During a residency in Houston, Texas—one of the so-called energy capitals of the world—Springer captured the passage of daylight across plates of […]

Greater Toronto Art 2021: Artists

Three windows show outside of the museum's building and two pairs of two mirrors meet perpendicularly on the floor between the windows. The mirrors sitting against the wall show various text.

00_home 01_artists 02_gta360 03_publication 04_videos 05_documentation 06_credits 00_home 01_artists 02_gta360 03_publication 04_videos 05_documentation 06_credits Ashoona Ashoona and Alexa Hatanaka View Work Ghazaleh Avarzamani View Work Nour Bishouty View Work Jesse Chun View Work Tom Chung View Work Common Accounts – Igor Bragado and Miles Gertler View Work Julia Dault View Work Azza El Siddique View […]

Greater Toronto Art 2021: Kareem-Anthony Ferreira

00_home 01_artists 02_gta360 03_publication 04_vidoes 05_gallery 06_credits 00_home 01_artists 02_gta360 03_publication 04_vidoes 05_gallery 06_credits Ferreira’s intimate works refer to real people and events, but they’re entirely fictional tableaus. Using Photoshop, Ferreira scans and layers elements of the source images into new configurations. Through his reassembly, timelines shuffle and characters repeat—some appear twice in a single […]

Greater Toronto Art 2021: Native Art Department International

00_home 01_artists 02_gta360 03_publication 04_vidoes 05_gallery 06_credits 00_home 01_artists 02_gta360 03_publication 04_vidoes 05_gallery 06_credits Double Gazebo (MOCA), which is an iteration of another project, Double Gazebo (Markham), is cordoned off. Similar to our relationships with public spaces during the pandemic, the work is experienced like an image, rather than a physical object. Reflecting broader debates […]

Greater Toronto Art 2021: Publication

An overhead view of Greater Toronto Art 2021's Exhibition Publication

00_home 01_artists 02_gta360 03_publication 04_vidoes 05_gallery 06_credits 00_home 01_artists 02_gta360 03_publication 04_vidoes 05_gallery 06_credits The GTA21 publication, designed by Toronto studio Blok Design, includes interviews between the 21 participating artists/collectives and the curators of the exhibition, images of existing works and those in process, and contributions by writers Dionne Brand, Sheila Heti, and John Paul […]

Greater Toronto Art 2021: Nour Bishouty

00_home 01_artists 02_gta360 03_publication 04_vidoes 05_gallery 06_credits 00_home 01_artists 02_gta360 03_publication 04_vidoes 05_gallery 06_credits Permanent Collection, 2021 (details) Wood, plexiglass, foam, clay, 3D printing, paint Permanent Collection, 2021 (details) Wood, plexiglass, foam, clay, 3D printing, paint Permanent Collection, 2021 (details) Wood, plexiglass, foam, clay, 3D printing, paint NOUR BISHOUTY nourbishouty.com @nourbishouty Bishouty is presenting two […]

Greater Toronto Art 2021: Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum

00_home 01_artists 02_gta360 03_publication 04_vidoes 05_gallery 06_credits 00_home 01_artists 02_gta360 03_publication 04_vidoes 05_gallery 06_credits Sunstrum often incorporates elements from Renaissance paintings into her work, as a way of layering additional meaning into some of the references. The spears at Dynasty’s upper edge are a reference to Paolo Uccello’s Battle of San Romano (c. 1440s), a […]