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PAST EXHIBITS

2016 in Toronto - Bracebridge, Ontario 2015 in Toronto
2013 in Toronto 2011 in Toronto
2010 in Saskatoon, Sask - Toronto
2009 in Ottawa - Toronto - Hamilton, ON - Barcelona - Sackville, NB
2008 in Toronto - Kingston, Ontario - New York City

2007 in Portland, Maine - Toronto - Buffalo - Vancouver
2006 in Toronto, Perth, Australia, Winnipeg, Manitoba

2 EXHIBITS IN 2016


NOV 19 - DEC 16 IN BRACEBRIDGE, ONTARIO

NOVEMBER 10 - DECEMBER 16
IN TORONTO

The Toronto Animated Image Society (TAIS) presents

The Frame is the Keyframe:
Frame Anomalies

Commissioned video installations
by Philippe Blanchard, Marten Berkman,
Becka Barker, Leslie Bell, Sabrina Ratté,
Stephen Broomer, and Nicolas Sassoon.
Curated by Madi Piller. Facebook

November 10 - December 16, 2016
Monday-Thursday, 11am-6pm (unclassified)

Opening Reception Thursday, November 10, 8pm-11pm

Toronto Animated Image Society, and
Pix Gallery, 1411 Dufferin St., Toronto

Artists Panel Discussion Friday, November 11, 5:30pm
OCAD University, Rm 284, 100 McCaul St., Toronto

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NOVEMBER 19 - DECEMBER 16
IN BRACEBRIDGE, ONTARIO

Muskoka Arts and Crafts presents

Looking for Muskoka
local photographer Sandy McLennan's
photography exhibition, and weekly screenings
of 35mm transparency slides and filmstrips,
and new films on 8mm and super 8!
(running time about 20 minutes)

November 19 - December 16, 2016

Opening Reception Saturday, November 19, 1pm-4pm

Screenings Saturdays, 3pm, free! (unclassified)
November 19 and 26, December 3 and 10

The Chapel Gallery, 15 King St., Bracebridge, Ontario
(gallery hours Tue-Sat, 10am-1pm and 2pm-5pm)

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2 EXHIBITS IN TORONTO IN 2015


MAY 1-31, 2015

JUNE-AUGUST, 2015 IN TORONTO

The Toronto International Film Festival Group (TIFF) presents

Tacita Dean,
Daniel Young & Christian Giroux

Two recent 35mm film installations,
one of them a double-projection!
Curated by Laurel MacMillan.

June 12 - August 23, free! (classified)

HSBC Gallery, TIFF Bell Lightbox, 350 King St. W., Toronto

Opening Reception Friday, June 12, 8pm-10pm

Artists Talk: Daniel Young & Christian Giroux
35mm films! Thursday, June 18, 6:30pm, free!

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MAY 1-31, 2015 IN TORONTO

CONTACT Photography Festival (May 1-31) presents

Bright Lights Dark City: Niagara Custom Lab
and Toronto Experimental Film Photo Exhibit

Work by Michael Barker, Carl E. Brown, Sylvain Chaussée,
R. Bruce Elder, John Porter, Izabella Pruska-Oldenhof,
Kelly Egan, John Price and Elisa Julia Gilmour.
Curated by Kate Addleman-Frankel. Facebook

May 1-31, 2015, daily 12-5pm, free!
Opening Reception Friday, May 1, 7-10pm

3rd & 4th Floors, Gladstone Hotel, 1214 Queen St. W., Toronto

PLUS

16mm Films from Niagara Custom Film Lab
Monday, May 25, 8pm, $5-10 details
in the Ballroom, Gladstone Hotel

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MAR 14 - APR 20, 2013 IN TORONTO

The Images Festival of Independent Film and Video (April 11-20)
and Mercer Union present

Paul Sietsema
His first solo exhibition in Canada,
including his 16mm film loop (11 min.),
and his ink drawings.

March 14 - April 20, Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm.
Opening: Thursday, March 14, 7pm.

Mercer Union, 1286 Bloor St. W., Toronto

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SEPT 8 - OCT 1, 2011 IN TORONTO

Gallery TPW and "Future Projections" (a program of
The Toronto International Film Festival TIFF, Sept 8-18) present

Ben Rivers' Slow Action
16mm anamorphic film, 2010, 45 min.
Curated by Andréa Picard.

September 8 - October 1
Screenings at 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm.
Every Day, September 8 -18.
Tuesday - Saturday,  September 20 - October 1.

Gallery TPW, 56 Ossington Ave., Toronto

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MAY 1-30, 2010 IN TORONTO

STUDIO Gallery presents a retrospective exhibition featuring

Photography and Films of Richard Kern
His first solo exhibition in Canada!
His first full-career retrospective!
Curated by Rafi Ghanaghounian.

May 1-30

STUDIO Gallery, 294 College St., Toronto

Opening Reception - Saturday, May 1, 6-11pm, free!
Artist in attendance!
RSVP: avery@studio.to | 416-832-3933

Artist Talk and Book Signing - Sunday, May 2, 7-9pm, $10
A conversation between Bruce La Bruce and Richard Kern.
Q&A to follow. Books will be available for purchase

Film Screenings - Saturdays, May 15 & 22, 7-10pm, $5 each

This retrospective exhibition is a documentation of works by Richard Kern over the last twenty years. From his early short films which became recognized as the central works of the movement known as the Cinema of Transgression and photographs from the 90’s which feature early stages of his voyeuristic style photography up to present day recent and new work.
In the early 80’s and 90’s Kern brought a specific form of art to the public. A bit of a shock is an understatement. Drawing inspiration from the neighborhood, the Lower East Side in New York, where he still lives and works.
Kern began with short films because of its immediate audience response. He later moved to photography full time in the early 90’s. This however does not stop Kern from occasionally directing films and music videos for artists including Lydia Lunch, David Wojnarowicz, Karen Finley, Rita Ackermann and Lucy McKenzie, the novelist Geoff Nicholson, and musicians such as Sonic Youth, the Butthole Surfers and Marilyn Manson. Richard sought to both unravel and illuminate the complex and often darker sides of human nature.
Kern is a photographer, occasional pornographer, and former-filmmaker and video director - but what remains profound is that he is a portrait artist first.
Kern has published nine books and is a regular contributor to a variety of international publications such as Purple, Vice, V Magazine and Italian GQ as well as in his numerous books and exhibited at The Museum of Modern Art, The Whitney Museum and in more than 30 solo shows around the world.

for more info visit: http://www.studio.to/richardkern
Contacting STUDIO Gallery: Avery Hunsberger
avery@studio.to | 416-832-3933

MODEL CASTING CALL
While in Toronto, Richard Kern will shoot new work as part of STUDIO's Artist-in-Residence program. This is an open call for any interested models to submit themselves for consideration. See details and submission guidelines here:
http://www.studio.to/richardkernmodelcastingcall/

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APRIL 1-10, 2010 IN TORONTO

23rd Images Festival of
Independent Film, Video and New Media
including many film or video installations
in 15 different galleries around Toronto.

Some opening as early as March 19,
some closing as late as June 6.

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JANUARY-MARCH, 2010 IN TORONTO

50 Light Fixtures from Home Depot
Premiere of a new 35mm film loop
by Christian Giroux & Daniel Young.

Days of the Eclipse
Works by Kristan Horton, Euan Macdonald,
Marie Jager,Will Rogan, Elizabeth Zvonar,
and a 16mm film loop by Gary Beydler.
Curated by Sarah Robayo Sheridan.

January 22 - March 6, Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm

Opening: Friday, January 22, 7pm

Mercer Union, 1286 Bloor St. W., Toronto

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JAN-FEB, 2010 IN SASKATOON

Residual
A multimedia installation by Heidi Phillips from Winnipeg.
Experimental darkroom techniques, 16mm film projections,
accompanied by multi-channel sounds.

January 15 - February 20

Closing Reception and Performance
Saturday, January 30, 7:30pm, free

PAVED Arts, 424 20th St. W., Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

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JANUARY, 2010 IN TORONTO

The 3rd Annual the 8 fest
Small Guage Film Festival
including:

up & down & back & forth & round & round
Super 8 film installations by Rob Cruickshank,
Vuk Dragojevic, Alexi Manis, John Porter,
Lina Rodriguez, and Alex Rogalski.
Thursday, January 28 - Sunday, January 31,
12pm - 6pm.
Opening: Wednesday, January 27, 7pm.

Fountain, 1261 Dundas St. W. (east of Dovercourt), Toronto

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OCT 15 - NOV 14, 2009 IN OTTAWA

Galerie SAW Gallery and the
Ottawa International Animation Festival (Oct 14-18) present

Martha Colburn and Allyson Mitchell
Curator: Stefan St-Laurent.

October 15 - November 14

Opening Party: Thursday, October 15, 7-11pm, $pwyc
Allyson Mitchell in person from Toronto! Cash bar.
Performance by Spirit Duplicata from Montréal - 8pm.
Music by local DJs Michael Caffrey and Rainville.

Galerie SAW Gallery, 67 Nicholas St., Ottawa, Ontario

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FEBRUARY - MARCH IN TORONTO

The Loop Collective and The School of Image Arts presents

R1-R2-R3-R4 (Who's afraid of...?)
A new installation by Christian Lebrat
created exclusively for the Image Arts Gallery!

March 9-14
Room 310, 122 Bond St., (1 block NW of Dundas & Church)
The School of Image Arts, Ryerson University, Toronto

Fragmented Views Recomposed: Photography After Cinema
Christian Lebrat will give a paper on his photographic work.
Thursday, March 12, 4-6pm, Room 301, 122 Bond St., Toronto
www.ryerson.ca/newparagone

Christian Lebrat in Conversation with Izabella Pruska-Oldenhof
Friday, March 13, 4-5pm
and Closing Reception 5-6:30pm
Room 301, 122 Bond St., Toronto

and, with The Free Screen, presents

Entre Les Images
Christian Lebrat in person from France
with some of his 16mm films (1976-1985) and one video (2008).
Thursday, March 12, 8:30pm, free (adults only, by law)
Cinematheque Ontario, 317 Dundas St.W., Toronto

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Cinematheque Ontario, Gallery TPW,
and Goethe-Institut Toronto present

Nina Könnemann 2008/2009

February 25 - March 11, 2009

Opening Reception
with Nina Könnemann in person from Germany!

Wednesday, February  25, 7-9pm, free

Gallery TPW, 56 Ossington Ave., Toronto

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FEB 13 - MAR 7 IN HAMILTON

Hamilton Artists Inc presents

Carl Brown: Visual Alchemy / Ocular Alkahest
Ontario artist's "Visual Alchemy" photographs.

February 13 - March 7

Opening - February 13, 7pm Artist in attendance

Hamilton Artists Inc., 161 James St. North, Hamilton, Ontario

PLUS

Carl Brown: Film Screening & Artist Talk
Two dual projection 16mm films!
Monday, March 2, 7pm, free (unclassified)
Christ’s Church Cathedral, 252 James St. North, Hamilton

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FEBRUARY 20-27 IN BARCELONA

The Experimental Film Lab presents

De la palabra poética al experimento fílmico
(From the Poetic Word to the Film Experiment)
An exhibition to show an alternative approach on cinema,
including super 8 and 16mm film loop projections
by Maximiliano Viale and Oriol Sánchez, a super 8 film
shown on a hand-cranked super 8 viewer by Esperanza Collado,
and other works by Albert Alcoz, Antoni Pinent, Merche Blasco,
Luís Macías, and Laboratorium (Pere Ginard & Laura Ginés).
Curated by Maximiliano Viale.

February 20-27, 2009

Espai Betúlia (Badalona), C/Enric Borràs 43-47, Barcelona, Spain

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JAN 9 - FEB 22 IN SACKVILLE, NB

What's in a Frame?
  An exhibition by three Sackvillian animation artists:
Paula Jean Cowan, Amanda Fauteux and Tara Wells.
Hand-drawn rotoscopes, hand-held creations, maquettes,
playmation constructions, videos in a viewing environment.

January 9 - February 22, 2009

Opening Reception - January 9, 8pm
with remarks by Leah Garnett & John Murchie.

Round Table with the Artists -  February 4, 7:30 pm
Moderator Chris Down.

The Owens Art Gallery, Mount Allison University,
61 York St., Sackville, New Brunswick

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JAN 29 - FEB 1, 2009 IN TORONTO

The 2nd annual the 8 fest Small-Guage Film Festival presents

Animal Control - Part 3
A new, commissioned film installation by Robert Kennedy.

January 29 - February 1, 7-10pm

Opening & Artist Talk - Thursday, January 29, 7pm, free

Installation in the window of
Paul Petro Contemporary Art, 980 Queen St. W., Toronto

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NOV - DEC 2008 IN TORONTO

The Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival (Nov 12-16)
and Trinity Square Video (TSV) present

Takashi Ishida Trans
A new site-specific installation by Takashi Ishida,
pairing him with up-and-coming Canadian artists
who also combine drawing, painting, and video.
Review in Toronto Daily Star - December 1st.

November 15 - December 19, 2008
Monday - Friday, 10am - 6pm. Saturday, 12-4pm.

Trinity Square Video, suite 376, 401 Richmond St. W., Toronto, Ontario

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PLUS, DECEMBER 3

The Free Screen presents

Takashi Ishida in person, from Japan
with his videos and 16mm films, 1995-2007.
Curated and presented by Chris Gehman.

Wednesday, December 3, 7pm, free (adults only, by law)

Cinematheque Ontario, 317 Dundas St.W., Toronto

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OCT - NOV 2008 IN TORONTO

Pleasure Dome presents

A Lower World:
Excesses and Extremes in Film and Video
Recent media works by Takeshi Murata, Michael Bell-Smith,
Mungo Thomson, Nathalie Djurberg, Marcus Coates,
Julian Hoeber, and Laurel Nakadate.

October 11 - November 29 (unclassified)

Pixel Gallery, 156 Augusta Ave., Toronto

SEPTEMBER 2008 IN TORONTO

33rd Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF)
September 4-13 Adults only. No super 8.

presents it's 2nd Future Projections Series
Free video installations outside of the cinema, around the city.

New York-based Glenn Ligon's video installation
The Death of Tom, shot on 16mm by Deco Dawson,
September 4-28, Tuesday-Sunday, 11am-6pm, $pwyc,
Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (MOCCA),
952 Queen St. W., Toronto

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AUGUST 2008 IN KINGSTON, ONT

Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre presents

Infra-Ordinary
Christine D’Onofrio, Preston Scheidel, Collin Zipp,
Toni Hafkenscheid, Dave Kemp (with Kevin Robbie).

August 2 - September 6, Tuesday-Saturday, 12-5pm
Reception: Saturday, August 2, 7pm

Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre, 21A Queen St, Kingston, Ontario

PRECEDED ON AUGUST 2nd BY

Taken
A moving camera-obscura
in a blacked-out van!
While riding inside, view a live moving image of the outside!
A disorienting perceptual experience performed by Dave Kemp,
recent graduate of Master of Visual Studies at the University of Toronto.

Saturday, August 2, 12-5pm
Meet the artist and book your ride at the Modern Fuel booth,
Courtyard, Springer Market Square, in downtown Kingston.

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JUNE - SEPTEMBER 2008 IN TORONTO

Bachelor Machines
16mm film installations by Rosalind Nashashibi
from Glasgow, Scotland.

June 25 - September 7, Tuesday-Friday, 1-7pm

OCAD Professional Gallery, Level 2, 100 McCaul St., Toronto

presented in conjunction with

Skip, Divided
The Films of Rosalind Nashashibi
Videos & 16mm films, 2000-2005,
presented by Pleasure Dome,
Saturday, August 16, 8pm, $5 (unclassified)
CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto

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MAY - JULY 2008 IN NEW YORK CITY

Drawing on Film
'Direct Cinema' - manipulating film without a camera - by
Jennifer Reeves, Jennifer West, Richard Reeves, Dieter Roth,
Harry Smith, Norman McLaren, Bärbel Neubauer, Jenny Perlin,
Len Lye, Stan Brakhage, Robert Breer, Amy Granat, Pierre Hébert.

May 29 - July 24, 2008
Tuesday-Friday, 10am-6pm. Saturday, 11am-6pm.

The Drawing Room, The Drawing Center,
35 Wooster St., New York, New York

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MARCH - MAY 2008 IN TORONTO

The 21st Images Festival, April 3-13
Film, Video, New Media, Installation, Performance
presents

Pulse 2: Film and Painting after the Image
Experimental videos by Vincent Grenier, Rose Lowder and
Fred Worden, and abstract paintings by Cora Cluett,
Nicole Collins, Angela Leach and Monica Tap.
Curated by Barbara Sternberg.

April 4 -May 3, 2008
Launch - Saturday, April 5, 12-5pm

Wynick/Tuck Gallery,
Suite #128, 401 Richmond St. W., Toronto

^^^

YYZ Artists' Outlet and the 21st Images Festival (April 3-13) present

Uncharted Histories: Pirates
A film, video and collage exhibition by
Christina Battle

March 8 - April 19, 2008

Opening Reception: Friday, March 7, 8-11pm

YYZ Artists' Outlet, 401 Richmond St. W., Toronto

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2007

SEPTEMBER 2007 IN PORTLAND, MN

The Portland Film + Video Artists Collective presents

New Multimedia Projections and Installations
Video, super 8 and 16mm film in combination with
painting, performance, fabric and large-format photography
by Collective members Betsy Nelson, Deborah Wing-Sproul,
Stefanie Loeb, Kenneth White, Peter Shellenberger,
Ling-Wen Tsai, Sydney and Keith Fitzgerald.

September 5 – 27, 2007, Tuesday - Saturday, 12-6pm

Opening Reception: Friday, September 7, 5pm, free.
Artist talks & performances: Thursday, September 20, 7pm, free.

SPACE Gallery, 538 Congress St., Portland, Maine

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SEPTEMBER 2007 IN TORONTO

The 32nd Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) presents

The 1st Future Projections
9 video installations (8 are free!) outside of the cinema, around the city,
by Jeremy Shaw, Francesco Vezzoli, Noam Gonick, Luis Jacob,
Lav Diaz, Daryl Cloran, Anita Doron, Mateo Guez, Ana Serrano,
Anita Lee, Brian Johnson, Anthony Roberts, Ryan Sluggett,
with an open, online symposium on film & art.
Co-ordinated by Daniel Cockburn.

September 6-15

SEPTEMBER 2007 IN BUFFALO, NY

Experimental Storm Surge Flood Models
Media Installation by Ghen Dennis
An on-going archive using hand-processed film,
photographs, video, found objects, and audio.

August 24 - September 12

Opening Reception: Friday, August 24, 7-9pm
with artist in attendance

Squeaky Wheel, 712 Main St., Buffalo, New York

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JULY 2007 IN TORONTO

as storms take shape in the distance...
by Christina Battle <<< (2007, mixed media)
Solo show of works on paper, collage, film and video.

July 6 - August 4, Tuesday-Saturday, 10:30am-6pm.

Opening: Friday, July 6, 7-9pm

>>> Fleishman Gallery, 79a Harbord, Toronto 416-323-3131

MAY 2007 IN VANCOUVER

Cineworks presents

Cinemachinations
Recent expanded cinema installations
by Joe Kelly (Calgary) and Christophe Runne (Vancouver).
Large-scale projections, cinematic machines.

May 18 - June 2

Opening Reception: Friday, May 18, 7-10pm

InterUrban Gallery, 1 East Hastings, Vancouver, British Columbia

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MAY 2007 IN TORONTO

Contact Toronto Photography Festival (May 1-31) presents

Still Motions
Photo-based video & 16mm film loops by Ulla Von Brandenburg,
Chris Curreri, Mark Andre Pennock, David Rothenberg,
Francois Lemieux, Rose Lowder, Annie MacDonell.
Curated by Mark Andre Pennock.

May 9 - 26, 2007. Tuesday - Saturday, 12-5pm

Opening: Friday, May 11, 7-10pm

InterAccess Gallery, 9 Ossington Ave., Toronto
416-599-7206 helpme@interaccess.org

Contact Toronto Photography Festival (May 1-31) presents

5 Short Videos by Nicholas and Sheila Pye
Recent work by these OCAD alumni, 55 minutes.

Saturdays, May 5, 12, 19, 26, 2007. 1pm, $pwyc (unclassified)

Camera Bar, 1028 Queen St. W., Toronto

Their Contact exhibition, including continuous screenings of 1 video,
at Angell Gallery, 890 Queen St. W., May 4 - June 2, 2007. review

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>>> Projections >>>
A major survey of projection-based works in Canada, 1964-2007.
David Askevold, Rebecca Belmore, Geneviève Cadieux, Mark Lewis,
Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller, Ian Carr-Harris, Christine Davis,
Nestor Krüger, Kelly Mark, John Massey, Nathalie Melikian, Judy Radul,
Gar Smith, Michael Snow, Jana Sterbak, Robert Wiens, Krzysztof Wodiczko,
Stan Douglas, Murray Favro, Wyn Geleynse, Rodney Graham, David Hoffos.
Curated by Barbara Fischer.

April 8 - June 17, 2007

at the University of Toronto's four major galleries:
Doris McCarthy Gallery (Scarborough campus);
Blackwood Gallery (Mississauga campus);
University of Toronto Art Centre (Downtown);
Justina M. Barnicke Gallery (Downtown).

Opening: Sunday, April 8, 1-6pm
Bus Tours 1pm & 2pm.
Rodney Graham's Two Generators (1984)
at Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., continuous 4-6pm.

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Year-end Party: Friday, April 13, 7-11:30pm
Projection performances and DJ at Hart House.
University of Toronto Art Centre and Justina M. Barnicke Gallery open to 9pm.

Lecture by Stan Douglas: Friday, April 20, 7:30pm
Hart House

Bus Tour: Sunday, April 29, 11:30am
From Hart House to all four venues,
plus the Koffler Gallery and Art Gallery of York University.

Young Scholars Round Table: Monday, May 14, 5pm
Presentation by emerging writers, art historians, and culture historians
on issues in contemporary experimental film, installation, and video projection.
Hart House.

Round Table: Monday, May 21, 5pm
“Must we put an end to projection?”
Hart House.

Artists' Talks: Tuesday, June 5, 5-7pm
A walk through the exhibition with Ian Carr Harris,
Michael Snow, John Massey, Jana Sterbak, Kelly Mark.
University of Toronto Art Centre, 15 King's College Circle

Catalogue Launch: September, 2007

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APRIL 2007 IN TORONTO

The 20th annual Images Festival (April 5-14) presents

John Porter's Photo Archives:
30 Years of Alternative Film Activity in Toronto and Beyond
A rare exhibition of 100 of John's 1,000 black & white, documentary,
portrait photographs of film people at alternative film events since 1978.
The Funnel, Images, CineCycle, Pleasure Dome, Splice This! and more.
Read all the detailed captions!

April 7 - 27, 2007

Daily 12-5pm. Opening Saturday, April 7, 5-7pm

3rd & 4th Floors, Gladstone Hotel, 1214 Queen St. W., Toronto

The 20th annual Images Festival (April 5-14) and The Free Screen present

Grossraum by Lonnie van Brummelen
(Netherlands, 2005, 35mm, 35 minutes)

April 5 - May 5, 2007

Hourly projections Tuesday - Saturday, 12:15pm - 4:15pm
35mm projection by Martin Heath of CineCycle

Opening Reception with artist in person from Amsterdam
Saturday, April 7, 12-5pm

Toronto Photographers Workshop Gallery TPW, 56 Ossington Ave., Toronto

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The 20th annual Images Festival (April 5-14) presents

Carolee Schneemann, Transgressing Borders
films, videos, photographs by the legendary American artist

March 23 - April 22, 2007

Tuesday - Sunday, 11am-6pm

Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art MoCCA, 952 Queen St. W., Toronto

FEBRUARY 2007 IN TORONTO

Garine Torossian's
Celluloid Diaries and Fountain of Dreams
Photographs from her previous film work, plus painted paper works.

January 26 - February 25, 2007

Opening reception: Friday, January 26, 6-9 pm Artist will be present.

LandymoreKeith Contemporary Art, 800 Dundas St. W., Toronto

contact: Meredith Keith 416-361-3074 | info@landymorekeith.com

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2006

The Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto LIFT,
celebrating its 25th ("Silver") Anniversary, and The Free Screen present

Film is Dead... Long Live Film!
premieres of commissioned films, videos, performances, installations

November 22 - December 20, 2006

INCLUDING

Film & Video Installations - Opening Thursday, November 23
16mm by Blaine Speigel. November 23 - December 3. Opening 6-9pm
AWOL Gallery, 76 Ossington Ave., Toronto

16mm multiple projection by Tracy German & Marta Cela.
Super 8 film & video by Rick Palidwor.
November 23 - December 20. Opening 5-8pm
Trinity Square Video TSV, 401 Richmond St. W., Toronto

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>>> Jessica Bradley Art + Projects presents

 Back and Forth
new short film-loops by
Berlin-based British artist Jonathan Monk and Canada's Michael Snow

November 9 - December 2, 2006

Opening - Wednesday, November 8, 6-8pm

Jessica Bradley Art + Projects, Wed-Sat, 12-5pm,
1450 Dundas St. W. (at Gladstone Ave.), Toronto

AND

Screenings
Michael Snow's <----> (Back and Forth), 1968-69 and Corpus Callosum, 2002
Thursday, November 16, 7pm

Michael Snow's So is This, 1982, and Corpus Callosum, 2002
Friday, November 17, 7pm

Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art MoCCA, 952 Queen St. W., Toronto

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Catherine Sharland's first solo exhibition

Cinema Culinaire
Interactive projection piece.
Six giant filmstrips in an oversized 35mm projector.

October 9-12, 2006, 4-9pm. October 13, 2-4pm

Opening: Tuesday, October 10, 7pm

Kurb Gallery,
310 William St., Northbridge, Perth, Western Australia

sharlc01@student.uwa.edu.au   0421-067-898

Video Pool presents

The Pit Bar, Dawson City
by Allison Hrabluik, from Toronto

animated music video with The Constantines,
on exhibit with its miniature stage and cut-out paper figures
made from video frames of the Constantines at The Pit Bar.

July 21 - August 18, 2006
Closing Reception: August 17, 7pm (artist in attendance)

Platform Centre for Photographic and Digital Arts,
100 Arthur St., Winnipeg, Manitoba

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RBC DEXIA Investor Services present

Andy Warhol / Supernova: Stars, Deaths and Disasters, 1962-1964
AGO only venue combining Warhol’s underground films (on video) with his paintings,
curated by David Cronenberg, organized by Walker Art Center, Minneapolis.

All ages. Contains graphic and explicit depictions of sex & violence.

July 8 - October 22, 2006, $18/$15/$12/free (unclassified)

Art Gallery of Ontario, 317 Dundas St. W., Toronto, Ontario

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(Updated: January 8, 2017)