Art Exhibitions 2020

February 17, 2020Events

Alex R. M. Thompson, 10.10.18 (The Former Spin Master), 2019, Photo-etching, relief, 20.32 x 30.48 cm, Edition of 3, Courtesy of the artist.

Until May 10

Winter Exhibitions Opening at MOCA: Four exhibitions continue at MOCA featuring the works of Carlos Bunga (the show is funded by PIA), Sarah Sze, Megan Rooney and Shelagh Keeley.

Until Mar. 7

Sarah Cale at Clint Roenisch: For this new exhibition of paintings and sculptures Sarah Cale uses female forms caught in moments of transformation.

Until Mar. 14

Douglas Coupland at Daniel Faria: Coupland’s sixth solo exhibition with the gallery presents new works that examine humanity’s debris and its geological legacy as a species.

Mar. 14 – May 30

Native Art Department International’s Bureau of Aesthetics at Mercer Union: Mercer Union presents the first Canadian exhibition of Native Art Department International (NADI), a long-term collaborative project by Toronto-based artists Jason Lujan and Maria Hupfield. 

Until Mar. 21

Liquid Language by Hannah Perry at Arsenal Contemporary Toronto: The first exhibition in Toronto by London, U.K. artist Hannah Perry incorporates video, sound, performance, and wall-mounted works.

Until Apr. 9

Wooden Boat People by Kent Monkman: The artist is exhibiting two monumental paintings for The Met’s (Fifth Avenue) Great Hall, exploring the complexities of historic and contemporary Indigenous experiences.

Feb. 15 – Apr. 26

Emotional Landscapes at Varley Art Gallery of Markham: Emotional Landscapes is an exhibition that juxtaposes works from the Varley Art Gallery of Markham’s collection with the contemporary practices of Jessica Karuhanga and Alex R.M. Thompson.

Until June 2024

Reube (V. Stepanova and M. Vionnet) by Beth Stuart: The Toronto-based artist has a new large-scale mural on the underside of the Dundas Street East bridge, where it runs along the Lower Don Recreational Trail.