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Category Archives: Aperture Angles

I had to take a break from my painting madness, so I saw the film Dangerous Method based on work by Jung and Freud. It was quite a good show 🙂

Art Film & Video Festival
Join Cambridge Libraries & Galleries for an Art Film & Video Festival geared to enlighten audiences on the creative process of artists and how histories in art are created.
@ Cambridge Galleries Queen’s Square
FEBRUARY 17 & 18

For more info go to: ww.cambridgegalleries.ca

A few of my paintings for the solo show just photographed as I had started the transfer from computer to canvas.

Less then two weeks until the show and they still need to be finished. I really need to do nothing but paint now. What could be better?

For more info on the exhibit go to: http://www.akimbo.ca/exhibitions/?id=38567
Images obtained from my camera

This exquisite shot by Neil Ta reflects a block of the Bay Street financial district of Toronto, vertically, in the foreground building. He’s a roof topper, a daredevil photographer who travels up to shoot down.

For more on this go to: http://canadianartjunkie.com/2012/01/30/roof-topping-traveling-up-to-shoot-down/

CINEMA KABUKI 2012 in Toronto (Feb. 22-23)
Presented by The Japan Foundation
in High Definition on the Big Screen
Direct from Japan
Subtitled in English
including two Canadian premieres, The Zen Substitute, Murder in a Hell of Oil, and Hokaibo

ONLINE TICKET SALES
Step-by-step instructions
http://www.cineplex.com/Global/SearchResults.aspx?q=kabuki
Info obtained from http://www.akimbo.ca

SHIN IL KIM
PRETERNATURAL
JANUARY 4 TO FEBRUARY 7

ARTIST RECEPTION:
FRIDAY, JANUARY 6
5:30 P.M. TO 9 P.M.

New York conceptual artist SHIN IL KIM. The exhibition presents new video, sculpture, and drawings.

For more info: http://www.preternatural.ca
PATRICK MIKHAIL GALLERY
2401 Bank St
Ottawa
Info obtained from http://www.akimbo.ca

Mark Audette: Art Class 010 opens January 13 @ Gallery 44, Toronto

Art Class 010
Photography and installation by Marc Audette

January 13–February 11, 2012
http://www.gallery44.org/marcaudette
Info obtained from http://www.akimbo.ca

Sarah Anne Johnson has had a significant impact on Canadian photography, as winner of the Grange Prize, as a focal point of numerous exhibits and as a rising international star who represents this country abroad. Her work is in New York’s Guggenheim Museum and she has taught photography at the Yale School of Art.

For more on this post go to: http://canadianartjunkie.com/2011/12/01/sarah-anne-johnsons-exotic-arctic-wonderland/

Grace Kelly: From Movie Star To Princess Set To Shine At TIFF Bell Lightbox This Fall
Iconic dresses, personal memorabilia of style queen come to Canada for the first time.

For more info go to: http://tiff.net/press/pressreleases/2011/gracekelly

Gallery TPW’s 25th Annual Affordable Art Fundraiser begins December 2

This year marks the 25th anniversary of Gallery TPW’s annual Photorama fundraising exhibition featuring over 70 artists exhibiting contemporary photography and lens-based work. Photorama has become one of the most successful seasonal art sales in the city, and this year’s selection will not disappoint.

December 2 – 10
Gallery TPW
56 Ossington Ave.
Toronto
gallerytpw.ca
Info obtained from http://www.akimbo.ca