Made in Britain
Mar
14
to Jun 2

Made in Britain

  • The Muzeum Narodowe w Gdańsk (map)
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This exhibition features the work of 82 British painters, ranging from new surrealisms, new realisms and new abstractions, each expressing the desire to connect to the elusive experience of what it is to be human. Occupying three floors of the Green Gate in Gdańsk, Poland, the exhibition is curated by Robert Priseman, Anna McNay, Małgorzata Taraszkiewicz-Zwolicka & Małgorzata Ruszkowska-Macur. The opening reception is on the 14th March at 6pm. Talks and exchanges with the Gdańsk Academy of Fine Arts are also planned for the 15th and 16th March and there will be a finishing event on the 2nd June.

Special thanks to funding partners the Gdańsk Business Club, the British Council and Gdańsk Academy of Fine Arts.

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The Future is Female
Mar
20
to May 3

The Future is Female

The Future is Female, with its roots in Labyris Books’ eponymous slogan of the ‘70s, captures the universal female experience as well as individual instances of what is is to be female via the work of four artists working in different mediums, from sculpture to paintings to collage. Dellasposa is proud to present new and recent work of work by Alicia Paz, Tahnee Lonsdale, Ehryn Torrell, and Gail Olding. These four artists  all explore ideas of femininity and feminism through the subject of the female form. Investigating the role of women in contemporary life, these artist’s practice draw inspiration from contemporary visual culture with a rich and layered tapestry of cultural references from history. Though gender is not the only theme found in their work, there is a common thread of women’s personal freedom of expression that weaves together the narrative of the exhibition.  

Dellasposa 2A Bathurst Street, London, W2 2SD   

Tuesday - Friday:  10:00 - 18:00

Saturday: 11:00 - 17:00

Image credit: Alicia Paz, Courage Calls to Courage Everywhere, 2019

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Contemporary Masters from Britain
Jul
7
to Aug 7

Contemporary Masters from Britain

An exhibition of 80 works from the Priseman Seabrook Collection, which highlights contemporary British painting. The exhibition will travel throughout China to Artall Gallery, Nanjing (10 - 23 October 2017), Jiangsu Art Museum, Nanjing (30 October - 5 November 2017) and the Tianjin Academy of Fine Art, Tianjin, China (December 2017). 

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Vai e Vem / Back and Forth
Apr
14
to May 28

Vai e Vem / Back and Forth

  • Visa Gallery, Brock University (map)
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A group exhibition exploring the work of two Brazilian artists - Nilton Santo Tirotti (São Paolo) and Jefferson Kielwagen (Joinville) and two Canadian artists - Duncan MacDonald (St. Catharines, ON) and Ehryn Torrell (London, UK). Curated by Nadja Carvalho-Lamas. Co-hosted by the Museu de Arte de Joinville in Joinville, Brazil, where the work was first exhibited in February 2016.

Opening: Friday 15 April, 5-7pm

Visa Gallery, Brock University
15 Artists Common, St. Catharines (Ontario), Canada
Hours: Tues - Sat, 12pm - 5pm

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Papier calque III - Couper/coller
Apr
13
to May 7

Papier calque III - Couper/coller

An exhibition of collage work by Louis-Philippe Côté, Catherine Farish, Michel Goulet, Jacques Hurtubise, Denis Juneau, Louise Robert, Françoise Sullivan, Irene F. Whittome, Ehryn Torrell. 

Opening: Wednesday 13 April, 6pm

Galerie Simon Blais
5420, Saint-Laurent Blvd. Suite 100
Montreal (Quebec) Canada

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Symposium & Exhibition
Sep
18
to Oct 21

Symposium & Exhibition

  • Room 210 UCS Waterfront Building (map)
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This event includes a one-day series of talks and panel discussions about contemporary painting, as well as a concurrent exhibition featuring Robert Priseman, Matthew Krishanu, Ehryn Torrell and Dan Hays, who will all be speaking at the event.

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Mar
14
to Jun 6

Orbits and Occults

14th March – 6th June 2015. 

Preview Sat 14 March, 2-4pm

Gerald Moore Gallery is pleased to present Orbits and Occults, an exhibition that explores the role that cosmologies and habitual cycles play within the work of Amalie Atkins, Alexandra Darbyshire Flood, Suzanne Caines, Courtney Chetwynd, George Eksts, Charles Ogilvie, Neil Rough and Ehryn Torrell. 

Curated by Amy Ash

Contact the gallery for details and visiting hours

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Activating the Archive
Feb
5
to Apr 25

Activating the Archive

  • Dalston CLR James Library and Hackney Archive (map)
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An exhibition of Artists’ Publishing in the borough of Hackney

5 February - 25 April 2015. Preview Thurs 5 Feb, 6-8pm

Co-presented by Banner Repeater and Hackney Archives. 

Banner Repeater has been working with Hackney Archives to promote the richness of Artists’ publishing across the borough.  The project aims to provide a temporary platform to raise the visibility of publishing as an art form, and is part of a broader aim to introduce Artists’ Publishing within the network of Hackney Libraries.

Hours: Tues, Wed & Thurs 9:30-5:30pm, Sat 10-1 and 2-5pm 
Closed Sun, Mon & Fri*

*The Archives will be closed for refurbishment between 13 Feb and 2 March, inclusive. 

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Canadian Launch of Self-Similar: Artist Monograph
Oct
24
to Oct 27

Canadian Launch of Self-Similar: Artist Monograph

I will be exhibiting work with Gallery Jones (both 620) at Art Toronto this week, which is being held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. On Saturday 25 October at 3pm, please join us for the Canadian launch of my first artist monograph Self-Similar, which will take place at booth 620 with support from RBC Emerging Artist Project and the co-publishers: Saint Mary's University Art Gallery, Macdonald Stewart Art Centre and Cape Breton University Art Gallery. I will be present to chat and sign books. 

I would like to gratefully acknowledge support from RBC Emerging Artist Project, Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council, Gallery Jones and Robin Metcalfe, Dawn Owen and Laura Schneider for years of commitment to my work, its exhibition and this first published monograph.

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A Public Signature: Solo Exhibition at The Invisible Line
Oct
22
1:00 PM13:00

A Public Signature: Solo Exhibition at The Invisible Line

In A Public Signature, Torrell continues to pair abstraction with language, the result taking on different embodiments as she navigates the fine line between what can and cannot be communicated, the abstract and the representational. Her nuanced, post-modern look at her subjects, equipped with a patient and methodical practice, makes for a set of emotionally and physically confident works. “I am working toward a new abstraction in my new work – an abstraction that examines contemporary visuality and our complex relationships with objects, others and ourselves.” The Invisible Line exhibition marks Torrell's first solo exhibition in the UK. Gallery hours are Wed - Sat from 1-7pm and Sun by appt. The exhibition will be run until October 25th, 2014.

Curated by Tara Aghdashloo

For press and media inquiries and to obtain the artist's new monograph: info@tilgallery.com

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Final days of A Public Signature, The Invisible Line, London
Oct
22
to Oct 25

Final days of A Public Signature, The Invisible Line, London

Last chance to view my UK debut solo exhibition, closes 25 October. 

In A Public Signature, Torrell continues to pair abstraction with language, the result taking on different embodiments as she navigates the fine line between what can and cannot be communicated, the abstract and the representational. Her nuanced, post-modern look at her subjects, equipped with a patient and methodical practice, makes for a set of emotionally and physically confident works. “I am working toward a new abstraction in my new work – an abstraction that examines contemporary visuality and our complex relationships with objects, others and ourselves.” The Invisible Line exhibition marks Torrell's first solo exhibition in the UK. Gallery hours are Wed - Sat from 1-7pm and Sun by appt. The exhibition will be run until October 25th, 2014.

Curated by Tara Aghdashloo

For press and media inquiries and to obtain the artist's new monograph: info@tilgallery.com

Twitter | Facebook | #APublicSignature

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May
9
to May 18

Group Exhibition, Equinox Gallery

May 9 - 18, 2014

Equinox Gallery, Vancouver.

A group exhibition marking 10 Years of the Joseph Plaskett Foundation Award. Featuring: Mark Neufeld (2004), Jennifer Lefort (2005), Ehryn Torrell (2006), Todd Tremeer (2008), Nam Nguyen (2008), Vitaly Medvedovsky (2009), Megan Hepburn (2010), Jessica Groome (2011), Phil Delisle (2012), Julie Trudell (2013)

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Nov
8
to Jan 10

Cape Breton University Art Gallery, solo exhibition

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Self-Similar - An exhibition of Torrell's work from 2009-2011, which pushes her engagement with architecture and space to a global level, tackling questions about China's built environment in the aftermath of the 2008 Sichuan Earthquake and Summer Olympic games, alongside her own personal upheavals. This exhibition is co-produced by the Macdonald Stewart Art Centre in Guelph, Canada and Saint Mary's University Art Gallery in Halifax, Canada. The artist gratefully acknowledges the support of both the Canada Council for the Arts and the Ontario Arts Council for their tremendous support of this body of work.

Apartment (detail), 2009

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Oct
19
to Oct 20

Nocturne Halifax: one night only!

6PM - MIDNIGHT, Quaker Whaler House, Dartmouth, NS - A rumbling sound, a constant hum, the smell of grease. A  table and a seat. Lean in, watch, do. There will be a lot of blanks, a lot of empty spaces. Press, strike, advance. There is no j, q, or x.  I can offer capital T, but I'm afraid you will have to work with a limited set of capitals. A set of keys will allow you to give pause, ownership, to join, to exclaim, to divide, to end - but not more. Please work with what's left. NOCTURNE WEBSITE

My Mother's Alphabet, 2013

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Sep
21
to Nov 3

Grimsby Public Art Gallery, solo exhibition

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The Occurrence of You & Me - A solo exhibition of new work from 2013 that explores translation, attachment, loss and various forms of vulnerability. Process-based and collaborative, these new works examine our relationships with ourselves, other people, and the objects we surround ourselves with. The exhibition includes new paintings, drawings, interactive sculpture and video.

Exhibition invitation, design by B-Line Creative, Vancouver

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