NOWS YOU SEE ME [MAYBE]

now you see me (maybe) brings together five artists crossing the bridge between private and public expression. Surrounding themes of identity, representation, and internal/external worlds, these artists are drawing on personal experience and questioning how much to reveal and how much to conceal. As unrepresented artists speaking from queer/trans/feminist perspectives, questions are also raised about visibility in the arts and in society.

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LEO KRUKOWSKI - LIONIZE

LEO KRUKOWSKI - LIONIZE

January 6 - February 12, 2018 Opening Reception: January 6th, 7pm Closing Reception and Artist Talk : February 8th, 6:30 - 9pmOFFSITE Contemporary is pleased to present Leo Alexander Krukowski’s exhibition Lionize.Lionize is a series of bronze casts of paintings produced using variations of the lost-wax technique. The backs of...

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WRITING ON TREES - Works by J.E. Simpson

WRITING ON TREES - Works by J.E. Simpson

Inspired by the intersection of nature and consciousness, J.E. Simpson looks to scientific inquiries: themes such as entropy, symmetry, information, chaos, complexity. In particular these ideas are coupled with an obsessive need to write. On St Patrick's day a few years back J.E. Simpson found myself sipping whiskey with a...

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A Multi Media Fashion & Art Experience

A Multi Media Fashion & Art Experience

Join us for a night of fashion performance, art and exploration, to kick off our month long fashion showcase and art exhibition. Experience artwork by Toronto artist Tahsin – The Good, fashion performance by Montreal designer Pedram Karimi and fashion installations featuring House of Suri, Casa Como, Brit Wacher, Vandal...

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