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Category Archives: Architectual Design

Cerebral Arena
February 24th-March 17th 2012
Opening Reception February 24th at 7pm
Cerebral Arena is a collision between phsyical and virtually constructed worlds: renovating drawings and digital projections inviting the viewer into an alternate reality.

February 24th-March23rd 2012
Opening Reception February 24th at 7pm
Chose are familiar objects stripped of their function, these ‘symbols’ create a lexicon of personal iconography, intentionally vague in meaning.
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Artist Talk
Vancouver, B.C.

Between iconoclasm and minimal aesthetics, romanticism and Land Art, the work of Cyprien Gaillard questions man’s traces in nature with an archeological approach to recent history. Gaillard examines the relics of our built environment with an entropic view of destruction as the starting point of renewal.

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Flavio Trevisan: Museum of the Represented City

January 19 to April 8, 2012
Koffler Gallery Off-Site at 80 Spadina Ave., Suite 501
Curator: Mona Filip

Thursday, January 19, 6 – 9 PM | Artist Talk at 7 PM

His work is in private collections, and can be viewed at
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Losing Parkdale focuses on the neighborhood of Parkdale as a community of woodworking talent. The exhibition showcases a few hugely talented artists and craftspeople that have made their living in this part of Toronto.

Ontario Crafts Council Gallery
990 Queen St W
Toronto, Ontario
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Model Citizen
Geoff Fitzgerald

“Model Citizen” will run from January 5th to February 5th
Opening Reception: Thursday January 5th, 2012 7-10pm

Galleria 814
814 St. Clair W Toronto
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Sandler Studio has just launched a free downloads and store section of the website.

The Store contains:

• A First Edition of 12 signed Giclée prints of public projects completed between 2000 – 2011

You can download a free brochure on this year’s four public projects, as well as posters, and past catalogues at:

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Around the Block distills a collection of still images of a typical urban neighborhood into an idiosyncratic video continuum. The accompanying soundscape is not so delimited. It provides tempting glimpses into the distance.

The work forms a dynamic stream of familiar spaces, revealing much about the texture and syntax of our urban existence while questioning the culture of privatization and disconnection.
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Glenfiddich 2012 Artist in Residence
Call for Applications

Deadline: January 25, 2012

OCAD University’s Onsite [at] OCAD U gallery has partnered with Glenfiddich, the world’s most awarded single malt whisky, in the search for a Canadian artist to participate in the internationally renowned Glenfiddich Artist in Residence program. The selected artist will take residency at the company’s distillery in Dufftown, Scotland for three months, from June to August 2012.

Those interested in applying for the program may contact Charles Reeve at for details.
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12.2011 – 10.2012

In conjunction with Columna, current exhibition of works by Lyn Carter at Queen’s Square, Cambridge Galleries is pleased to announce a publication and public art project launch on Saturday, December 10th with informal talk and tour of the works with the artist. Created specifically for the atrium of the gallery, Beacon is the newest and largest work to date created by Carter well known for her intricate textile surfaces and unusual sculptural forms. It will remain on view until October 2012. Columna, on exhibition until January 8th consists of four large scale pieces that reference architectural columns. It is the first Canadian exhibition of the work originally created for the 3rd Guangzhou, China Triennial in 2008.

Admission is free, everyone is welcome.
1 North Square

Hundreds of airplanes that can no longer fly the friendly skies end up here-deep in the Mojave Desert. At the Mojave Air and Spaceport’s “boneyard”, planes that are no longer valuable enough to be repaired and put back into service are cannibalized for spare parts. It’s not exactly a delicate operation.

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