MKG127 is exhibiting at Edition Chicago, a new invitational fair taking place at the Chicago Artist Coalition at 217 North Carpenter from Friday September 20 until Sunday September 22.
If you’re in Chicago, please come by and say hello.
Other Gallery News:
Adam David Brown is included in the exhibition Circling the Inverse Square at the Kitchener Waterloo Art Gallery. The exhibition is curated by Shannon Anderson and also includes work by Jessica Eaton, Karilee Fuglem, Marla Hlady, Richard Sewell and Charles Stankievech and continues until January 5, 2014.
Dean Drever’s solo survey exhibition Everything is going to be okay again soon opens at the Art Gallery of Grand Prairie on September 28. The exhibition curated by Robert Enright continues until January 5, 2014.
Dean is also included in the exhibition Fiction/Non-fiction opening Friday September 27 at the Esker Foundation in Calgary. The exhibition is curated by Wayne Baerwaldt, Steven Loft and Naomi Potter and includes work by Brenda Draney and Jeff Funnell (both have exhibited at MKG127) amomg others.
Michael Dumontier is exhibiting The Sky and the Ground (For Remy Charlip at the Tommy Douglas Library in Burnaby, British Columbia. The exhibition continues until November 4 and is an off-site exhibition of the Art Gallery of Burnaby.
David R.Harper’s exhibition Entre le Chien et le Loup continues it’s tour, opening September 27 at the Kenderdine Art Gallery at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon. The exhibition will continue there until December 21.
Instant Coffee’s installation The Hero, the Villain, the Salesman, the Parent, a Sidekick and a Servant is continues until April 27, 2014 at Simon Fraser University’s Teck Gallery, on the ground floor of the Harbour Centre in Vancouver.
Kristiina Lahde is included in the exhibition, The Spectacle of Play at the Art Gallery of Hamilton. Curated by Melissa Bennett, the exhibition continues until January 12, 2014.
Gwen MacGregor is included in the exhibition Artists’ Walks: The Persistence of Peripateticism at the Dorsky Gallery in Long Island City, New York. The exhibition which was curated by Earl Miller continues until November 17. Some of the other artists included in the exhibition are Marina Abramovic, Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller, Hamish Fulton, General Idea and Richard Long. Gwen is also exhibiting collaborative work with Sandra Rechico in the exhibition. Additionally, Gwen and Sandra presented a performative work Map It Out on September 6, 7 & 8 in partnership with the Noguchi Museum and the Socrates Sculpture Park.
Jayce Salloum’s exhibition location/dislocation(s): reprise is at the CSA Space in Vancouver until October 13.
From October 25 until November 30, his exhibition location/dis-location(s): contingent promises will be at Grunt Gallery, also in Vancouver.
Joy Walker’s exhibition Fade to Black opens at Rodman Hall at Brock University in St. Catherines on October 4 and continues until January 5.
Laurel Woodcock is among the artists commissioned to create new works for the exhibition, David Cronenberg: Transformation at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art. The exhibition was curated by David Liss the artistic director & curator at MOCCA, and Noah Cowan, the artistic director at TIFF Bell Lightbox and also includes work by Candice Breitz, James Coupe, Marcel Dzama, Jeremy Shaw and Jamie Shovlin. The exhibition continues until December 29.
Adam David Brown, Sky Glabush, Kristiina Lahde, Roula Partheniou and Joy Walker all have works up for auction at the 2013 Canadian Art Gallery Hop Auction at the Carlu on September 19.
Hop Day is Saturday September 21, starting with a panel discussion at the Drake Hotel beginning at 11 AM. Sky Glabush is one of the panelists alongside Dana Claxton and Yam Lau.
The Dundas West Tour starts at Cooper Cole (1161 Dundas St. W.) at 2:45 PM and includes a visit to Dean Drever’s exhibition, B/W V.2 at MKG127.
Adam David Brown, Dave Dyment, Liza Eurich, Kristiina Lahde, Ken Nicol, Roula Partheniou, and Joy Walker are all included in Micah Lexier’s exhibition One, and Two, and More Than Two opening at Toronto’s Power Plant on September 21 and continuing until January 5.