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The Anti-Social 2010

09-27-2010 09:38 AM CET | Arts & Culture

Press release from: Norman Felix Art Gallery

Norman Felix representing Canada’s
finest emerging artists, today announced The Kidney Foundation and Norman Felix will together
host the wonderful annual charity event, “The Anti-Social.” Paintings, photographs, and
sculptures by Canadian independent emerging artists will be on display. 15% of all works sold
throughout the night will be donated to the The Kidney Foundation.
Reception will be held in the
Norman Felix Gallery on September 23th 2010 from 6:00pm – 10:00pm located at 192 Spadina
Ave., Suite 103 (Just North of Queen and Spadina).
RSVP by September 22rd 2010 at or call 416-366-6676.

The Event
Sweltering solo on the sidewalk all summer? Seek solace inside the newly appointed walls of the
Norman Felix Gallery. Although you might have to expose yourself to the brethren of others, your
full focus will immediately be charmed by our "Anti-Social" art exhibit. Let your imagination be
your companion as you take pleasure in our diverse range of original Canadian art-works. The
“Anti-Social” art exhibit celebrates that special relationship between art and the eye of the
beholder while acknowledging that private moments within this increasingly public world are
cherished. Retire the night, enamored through Norman Felix artists, and don’t thank us on the
way out.

Norman Felix will showcase sixteen (16) vogue Canadian artists: Abigail Bedwell,
Christopher Dennison, David Nardi, Isaiah Trickey, James Wiley, Jan Wheeler, Jennifer Leo, Jill
S. Harmer, Joel Black-Beatty, John Mardon, Joseph LeBlanc, Juscha Grunther, Megan Oag,
Nyoka Bittschwan, Roger Guetta, Sarah Tacoma
The show will be on display to the public at the Norman Felix Gallery, September 7st, to October
8st, 2010 from 11:00am – 5:00pm (Tuesday to Friday). Appointment only outside of public hours.

About Norman Felix
Founded 2006, Norman Felix showcases independent and emerging Canadian artists. Its
management team is known for helping artists and collectors network by providing services that
advance Norman Felix Artists to the vanguard of active trade markets. Our business model paves
the way for new standards in the Canadian Art Industry through the unveiling of Canada’s best
Independent Artists. Norman Felix currently serves over 30 clients in the Toronto area and holds a
roster of 45 Canadian artists.
For more information about Norman Felix visit the website at

For more information please contact:
Erin Bittschwan / Director
104 – 192 Spadina Ave.
Toronto, Ontario M5T 2C2
Phone: 416-366-6676
Fax: 416-366-6686

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