Graduate Program Group Exhibition: Gradients
Sep 11, 2012 to Sep 21, 2012
Gradients showcases art works by returning and incoming Masters and PhD students in York University's Graduate Program in Visual Arts.
Each artist engages pivotal ideas in contemporary Canadian art practice, representing discourses on abstraction, pop culture, the body, identity, time and place.
Featuring drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, print and time-based media, Gradients celebrates the unique accomplishments of York graduate student artists and introduces their work to the wider community.
Jorge Lozano: Still from "Watch My Back" (2010), four-channel video installation
Participating artists: Marina Black, Gord Bond, Teresa Carlesimo, Amanda Clyne, Miles Collyer, Mary Grisey, Neil Harrison, Mike Hoolboom, Amelie Jerome, Yoon Jin Jung, Christie Kirchner, Jorge Lozano, Rachel Ludlow, Carly McAskill, Nadia Moss, Milena Roglic, Shannon Scanlan, Victoria Vitasek, Tobias Williams, and Colleen Wolstenholme.
Gales Gallery, Accolade West Building &
Special Projects Gallery, Joan & Martin Goldfarb Centre for Fine Arts
York University, 4700 Keele St. Toronto | Map & directions
Monday to Friday, 10am – 4pm
Wednesday, September 12, 12:30 - 2pm
|Location:||Gales Gallery, Accolade West Building & Special Projects Gallery, Goldfarb Centre for Fine Arts|
|Sponsor:||Graduate Program in Visual Arts|
|Posted by:||Dawn Burns|