Art Exhibitions 2020 + 2021

September 27, 2020Events

Bridget Moser at Franz Kaka, "A Plant Growing Where a Plant Should Not Be Growing," (2020)

Until Dec. 19, 2020

I Am Telling You I Am Really Here at Franz Kaka: This exhibition presents a selection of short videos of artists performing alone for the camera, featuring: soJin Chun, Thirza Cuthand, oualie frost, Séamus Gallagher, Bridget Moser.

Until Jan. 2, 2021

Golden Girls at Patel Brown Projects: Canadian-painter Mia Sandhu populates her dreamy-realms with intricate foliage, East Indian motifs, and the crunchy palette of 1970s home decor, creates dynamic environments to explore the relationship between subject and voyeur, shame and sexuality.

Until Mar. 2021

Archipelago at MOCA Toronto: Taiwanese contemporary painter and conceptual artist Michael Lin has been commissioned by MOCA to produce a major site-specific spatial painting for the museum’s entrance floor. Transforming the institutional architecture of the public museum, his unconventional paintings invite visitors to reconsider their usual perception of those spaces, and to become an integral part of the work, giving meaning to the museum’s potential as an area for interaction, encounter, and re-creation.

Until Mar. 21, 2021

A Heap of Random Sweepings at the Koffler Gallery: Toronto-based artist Sameer Farooq creates community-based models of participation and knowledge production in order to re-imagine a material record of the present. At the Koffler Gallery, Farooq creates a new immersive installation of sculptural, print and audio works addressing the fraught and violent histories of encyclopaedic museum collections, their colonial origins, structures and impulses. 

Until Apr. 11, 2021

Spaghetti Blockchain at MOCA Toronto: MOCA is working with Argentina-born, New York-based artist Mika Rottenberg to present three of her most recent film installations along with a number of sculptural works. This will be the first time that Rottenberg’s work is exhibited in Toronto.