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Press Releases from Queen Gallery (13 total)

Call For Submission; A WORLD AT PEACE Juried Group Art Exhibition

We are seeking submissions for the upcoming group exhibition “A World At Peace” “A World At Peace” is the theme for our first multi-cultural art exhibition to be held by Congregation Shir Libeynu during the 2016 / 5773 High Holiday period. In this intensely troubled time, the exhibition organizers believe that the multi-cultural, multi-gifted artists of Toronto can do much to bring our communities together. People are seeking outlets to experience peace, harmony

Queen Gallery Presents: Degenerate Art, a Solo Exhibition by Oscar Wolfman

ENTARTETE KUNST was the name given by the Nazis to all modern art that was critical to their politics, abstract, or produced by Jewish and/or gay artists.  Ironically, by presenting exhibitions of this art, they exposed it to many people who would have never seen or thought of it. Many artists choose not to name their work, in which case “untitled” (with a number denoting its chronology in the artist’s oeuvre)

Salt Shakers An Art Exhibit by Mostafa Hamidi

Has no salt in head (Italian) Write it in salt (Slovenian) Salt of the earth (English) Throw salt in the water to avoid bad luck (Persian) *traditions of folklore In today's society, people are beginning to fear the presence of salt in their foods.  The traditional prominent place of the saltshaker on the kitchen table is declining and with it disappears the tradition of folklore, expressions and superstitions.  I tried to give the saltshaker a new role as both

Spilling Horizon, a painting exhibition by Khorso Berahmandi

Queen Gallery is proud to invite Khosro Berahmandi back to Toronto this fall to show case his new work. Spilling Horizon is a series of thirty five new works that will be exhibited at Queen Gallery from September 15 to October 4, 2011. These works continue the novel, creative offspring of a pictorial space unique to this remarkable artist who, faithful to himself throughout the years, invites the visitor to

50/50 2nd Annual Juried Art Exhibition

One size and one month only.  We have oodles of artists using various mediums, various styles, but working within the same dimensions. Please join us as we celebrate our second year anniversary with our second annual juried group exhibition.  After an other successful year here at Queen Gallery, working with 120+ artists, we’ve decided to celebrate with as many artist as we can!  From emerging to established, local to international,

Bahram Dabiri's Solo Painting Exhibition at Queen Gallery

Bahram Dabiri is a true artist. He understands balance and knows how to reach the limits and also how to pass them. He blends these all together. He has been playing with light and colour for years, but the unique essence of his specialty is in his constant search to comprehend new phenomena and to use them in the creation of new and different pieces of work. With a full

Contact 2011: Figure and Ground @ Queen Gallery

This month, Queen Gallery will explore issues of war and censorship in Contact 2011: Figure and Ground. Here, four Iranian artists will explore their homeland and its social and political complexity with two shows: Landscape, Revolution, People and West by East. From April 30th to May 31st, Ali Kamran, Aydin Matlabi, and Gohar Dashti will present Landscape, Revolution, People. Here, they depict their feelings of their homeland and how

Norouz 2011 at Queen Gallery

Norouz, meaning “New Day” in Persian, is the traditional celebration of the Iranian New Year. Celebrated in Iran, this festival, which marks the first day of Spring, has now spread to other parts of the world. Here in Toronto, Queen Gallery is delighted to host our second annual exhibition marking this festival of jubilation. This year we have four Iranian artists involved in the show, all of whom are

Norouz

Norouz 2011 Norouz, meaning ‘New Day’ in Persian, is the traditional celebration of the Iranian New Year. Celebrated in Iran, this festival, which marks the first day of Spring, has now spread to other parts of the world. Here in Toronto, Queen Gallery is delighted to host our second annual exhibition marking this festival of jubilation. This year we have four Iranian artists involved in the show all of whom are

Family Fun Art Fair at Queen Gallery

Queen Gallery is celebrating Family Day with our talented artist-family! Family Day is on February 21st this year and so from February 4th to 26th, 2011, we are celebrating the holiday by having a Family Fun Art Fair and we are inviting you to come and celebrate the exhibition with us! We opened our doors over a year ago and have been delighted to showcase the vibrant and diverse talent that

El Gallo Chantecler, The Gestural Charms of Kamyl Bullaudy Rodríguez at Queen G …

Queen Gallery proudly presents Kamyl Bullaudy Rodriguez’s rooster paintings from November 11-30, 2010. Everyone is invited to attend the opening reception on Saturday, November 13, 2010 from 3:30 to 6:30 pm. Kamyl’s expressive roosters are fun for everyone. A master of contemporary Cuban art, Bullaudy's range of production is impressive, including charcoal murals, collages, paintings that incorporate coloured pulp made in a blender from discarded paper and egg cartons,

Hugo E. Slepoy’s ‘Originals’ at Queen Gallery

IMMEDIATE RELEASE Hugo E. Slepoy’s ‘Originals’ at Queen Gallery October 27, 2010 Toronto Queen Gallery proudly presents Hugo E. Slepoy’s solo exhibition entitled ‘Originals’. Twenty-five of Hugo’s highly-detailed, original drawings will be on exhibit from Thursday, October 28, 2010 until Tuesday, November 9, 2010. Everyone is invited to attend the opening reception which will be Thursday, October 29, 2010 from 6-9 pm. Hugo E. Slepoy graduated from the University of Buenos Aires, in

Nebulous Rings, Khosro Berahmandi has Solo Exhibition at Queen Gallery in Toront …

Nebulous Rings Toronto October 13, 2010. For the first time, Khosro Berahmandi, the prolific and inspiring artist from Montreal, comes to Queen Gallery with a handful of his most recent works entitled Nebulous Rings. Queen Gallery is pleased to invite Torontonians to view Khosro’s universe of infinite detail from which emerges a personal, extraordinary and captivating mythology. The exhibition runs from October 7 to October 26, 2010. An artist of Iranian