A photographic retrospective of Japan shot by James Higuchi and Dominik Wojtarovicz

James Higuchi is a Toronto based artist that primarily shoots street photography and urban landscapes. Dominik Wojtarovicz is a CG artist and photographer from Toronto. An Avid traveler, Dominik is drawn to people, cultures, and the solitude found in wilderness and the grand landscapes of the world. 

Opening Reception
July 12 at 7pm

Exhibition Dates
July 12 - 17

July 12 - Thursday opens at 2pm
July 13 - Friday  12-6
July 14 - Saturday 12-6
July 15 - Sunday 12-6
Monday July 16th and Tuesday July 17th by appointment only, contact James at contact@jhiguchi.com or inquire at Red Eye cafe outside of Beaver Hall Hally Gallery/Artists' Co-op. 

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Celebrating the work of established and emerging documentary practitioners from Ryerson University’s Master of Fine Arts program in Documentary Media.

Non ti scordar di me 
Non ti scordar di me is an allegorical story about the darkest period in Italian-Canadian history: an era which saw members of an ethnic community held in remote internment camps by the Canadian government during World War II. Reexamined through photography, remnants and landscapes express the longing, isolation and spiritual defeat characteristic of camp life among those guilty of nothing more than cultural heritage. While barbed wire held these men in isolated wildernesses, the real weaponry used against them is revealed through a visual, performative and experiential forensic analysis.

Sandro Camilli is an emerging Toronto-based documentary artist. He uses art to question the nature of power and the direction of discourse between the subject and viewer. He received a B.Sc. in Geography from the University of Victoria in 2007 and is currently pursuing an M.F.A in Documentary Media at Ryerson University. He has been exhibited in Toronto and South Korea and was the recipient of the Hamish Kippen Excellence in Arts Award in 2013.

Exhibition Dates
June 18 – 30

Gallery Hours
Wed to Sat, 12pm – 5pm

Opening Reception
Friday, June 22 
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

For more information: http://docnow.ca/project/non-ti-scordar-di/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/206246883505306/

Bacheh Tudehyee: A Childhood Missing

Celebrating the work of established and emerging documentary practitioners from Ryerson University’s Master of Fine Arts program in Documentary Media.

Bacheh Tudehyee: A Childhood Missing 

Exhibition Run June 6-17, Wed to Sat – 12pm – 5pm
Opening reception with artist Kaveh Partovi on June 8, 6:00-9:00pm

Delving into the hidden labyrinths of childhood memories and archives, a child of a political prisoner embarks on the exploratory journey of self-identity in this multimedia project.

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"SATURATE is a group exhibition curated by Shannon Taylor-Jones and Frances Sousa featuring twelve emerging artists working in abstraction. 

May 17-23, 2018
12-7 pm daily
Please join us for the opening reception on May 18, 2018, from 6-9 pm.

Beaver Hall Gallery
29 McCaul Street

Through abstraction, these emerging artists work with process and repetition to create vibrant bodies of work that express individual visual languages, with final works created as markers of moments. This diverse selection of works alludes to the similarities and differences present within contemporary abstraction. Collectively, these works exist both to assert their own voices and to allow dialogue with one another. 

Contemporary abstraction allows for a multitude of voices to be expressed. In SATURATE, they simultaneously exist both independently and cooperatively to create new intersections in abstraction.

Participating artists include Alyssa Pisciotto, Emilie Michel, Frances Sousa, Janine Wheeler, Jelena Rivera, Jordan Clayton, Lindsay Ferris, Maya Skarzenski, Shannon Taylor-Jones, Tamar Bresge, Tyler Matheson, and Yara El Safi."

Susan Sturman & Jerzy Galecki

Exhibition of New Work


Susan Sturman – Paintings and Work on Paper

Jerzy Galecki – Paintings and Mixed Media Work

Beaver Hall Art Gallery
Beaver Hall Artists’ Housing Co-op, ground floor
29 McCaul Street (just north of Queen, 3 blocks west of University – on the east side of McCaul Street, south of the Art Gallery of Ontario and OCAD)

TTC: Exit at Osgoode station, north west side, walk along Queen Street three blocks west to McCaul Street, turn right on McCaul and walk north to number 29 (blue building).