Exposición en Toronto, Ontario, Canadá


Latin American Canadian Art Projects - Sur Gallery - LACAP / 39 Queens Quay East / Toronto, Ontario, Canadá
16 jun de 2016 - 30 jul de 2016
16 jun de 2016 / 19:00
Tues & Wed 10am-2:30pm/Thurs & Fri noon-6pm/Sat 11am-5pm
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Descripción de la Exposición
Sur Gallery presents: Interstices co-curated by Sally Frater and Tamara Toledo Thursday, June 16th to Saturday, July 30th Opening reception: Thursday, June 16th, 2016, 7-10pm Artist-led Tour: Thursday, June 16th, 2016, 8pm-8.30pm For the im/migrant, the space that lies in between two points is often one of ambiguity and yet it is also a place where two or more realities meet. Within the process of relocation the discrepancy between what is encountered and what is imagined can be discombobulating: landscapes, language, food and customs can all offer points of detachment when first encountered, and though they may become familiar through repeat encounters they may continue to exist in a state of prolonged estrangement from one’s surroundings. Moving from a place of origin, the sense of attachment to home is never fully abandoned and it is debatable as to whether the émigré can ever feel completely settled upon arriving to a new land. Yet, ... granting melancholy to this lack of anchorage is inaccurate, for the space of uncertainty can also function as generative. The overlapping of experience can create new realms and ways of being.  The exhibition Interstices explores the liminal regions that are simultaneously experienced and proposed by the participating artists. Their works in photography, print, video, drawing and installation will attest to the assemblage of positions, the multiple spaces of experience and the myriad ways in which it can manifest itself. About the Artists:
 DELIO DELGADO is a Hamilton-based artist who received his BFA in multidisciplinary studies from the National School of Visual Arts and is a graduate from Altos de Chavon School of Design in Dominican Republic, affiliated with Parsons, The New School of Design in New York. Delgado has exhibited in galleries and public spaces in the Caribbean, Europe and Canada. ISABEL M MARTÍNEZ has exhibited her work internationally in solo and curated group shows in Chile, Canada, the UK, the USA, France, Brazil, Colombia and Spain. Martínez holds a BFA from Universidad Católica de Chile, and an MFA from the University of Guelph. She is based in Toronto. DANA PRIETO is a multidisciplinary artist, activist and educator based in Toronto and Buenos Aires. Prieto founded and participated in collaborative art projects such as: Carnívora, 7± 2 and Critical Soup. She has exhibited her work at Trinity Square Video, Harbourfront Centre, 26, Xpace Gallery, and Artscape Youngplace. JOSÉ LUIS TORRES was born in Argentina and has a Bachelor's Degree in Visual Arts, a Master's Degree in Sculpture and a degree in Architecture. Torres has been living and working in Quebec since 2003. His work has been showcased in many solo, group and public interventions in both Canada and abroad. Upcoming 2016 exhibitions include at the Koffler Centre of the Arts in Toronto and the Museum London in Ontario. About the Curators: SALLY FRATER holds BA in Studio Art from the University of Guelph and an MA in Contemporary Art from The University of Manchester/ Sotheby's Institute of Art. She has curated exhibitions for the Ulrich Museum of Art, Pollock Gallery, Glassell School of Art at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Justina M. Barnicke Gallery, Georgia Scherman Projects, The Print Studio/Centre[3] for Print and Media Arts, Art Gallery of Peterborough, A Space Gallery, and the McMaster Museum of Art. Her writing has appeared in catalogues for the Studio Museum in Harlem, The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria and for journals such as Artforum Online, NKA, Prefix Photo, Border Crossings magazine, C Magazine, Fuse, Blackflash Magazine, Women and Environments International and Canadian Art. Frater is a co-founder of Third Space Art Projects. A former Core Critical Studies Fellow at the Glassell School at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston and artist-in-residence at Project Row Houses, Houston she was a curator/writer-in-residence at CentralTrak from 2014-2015.

 TAMARA TOLEDO is a Chilean-born Toronto-based curator, visual artist and educator. Toledo is a graduate of OCAD University and holds an MFA from York University.  She is co-founder of the Allende Arts Festival and of Latin American Canadian Art Projects (LACAP). Toledo has curated numerous exhibitions, and has brought over 20 internationally renowned contemporary artists and curators to Canada such as Gerardo Mosquera, Luis Camnitzer, Tania Bruguera, Alfredo Jaar, and Los Carpinteros. Toledo has presented her curatorial work at various conferences such as: Performing Feminist Motherhood (New York), Memory and Migration (UBC, Vancouver) and Critical Dialogues: Cross Cultural Perspectives on Curating and Artistic Practice (Toronto) as well as written articles on Latin American art for ARM Journal, C Magazine and Fuse Magazine. Toledo is the Director/Curator of Sur Gallery.
 About Sur Gallery:
Sur Gallery is Toronto's first gallery space dedicated to the exhibition and critical engagement of contemporary Latin American art. Sur Gallery is a project of LACAP-Latin American Canadian Art Projects:
100-39 Queens Quay East, Toronto ON M5E 0A5 (Located on the first floor on the east wing of Pier 27, East of Yonge Street) Gallery Hours: Tues & Wed 10am-2:30pm/Thurs & Fri noon-6pm/Sat 11am-5pm



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