November 29 - December 6, 2023. Opening reception: Saturday December 2, 2-4 pm

Sandrine Dickel, Geoffrey Cheung, Julia Pal, and Jason Bomers.

Come join us for the opening!

Saturday December 2, 2023
420 Queen St E Toronto  

Wednesday November 29 - Wednesday December 6, 2023   

Doors open as listed:

Wednesday November 29, 12 to 4 pm
Thursday November 30, 4 to 8 pm
Friday December 1, 12 to 4pm
Saturday December 2, 12 to 6pm
Sunday December 3, 12 to 4 pm

Monday Dec 4 - Wed Dec 6 by appointment 

Except for the opening or as posted, the exhibtion will be open by appointment -- schedule one online, or dm on instagram!



December 9-10, 2023.

U of T 3rd Year Visual Studies


December 14-23, 2023. Opening reception: Saturday December 16, 1-5pm

Francis Muscat, Fly Freeman, Lynne McIlvride, Rashmi Baird. Curated by Rashmi Baird.



Exhibition and Pop-up Shop
November 8 - 26, 2023 

Garrett Owen Gilbart

Retooled Garrett Owen Gilbart, The Lost & Found

Iron is abundant in blood and ore. Rust, a remnant of transience.

Steel is a mutable material, open to reinvention through forging and welding and, if not reworked, then returned to the earth. It reflects the modern body, reactive and vulnerable within our lifetimes; where bronze casts persist from antiquity, Buick Skylarks turn to papier-mâché in the woods.

Re:Tooling by Garrett Gilbart showcases sculptural metalwork that brazenly repels common notions of metallic permanence and rigidity by embracing the organic and transmutable qualities of steel.

Crafted by hand using contemporary industrial metalworking techniques, these objects appear like timeless relics caught in an alchemical moment of prolonged decay, yet are full of vitality, rooted in traditional craftsmanship and a love of good tools.

With a rural-based practice, Garrett Gilbart works from the colliding worlds of agriculture and contemporary art.

 Curated by Julie Hall

home life / still life

July 4 - July 23, 2023 

 Elycia SFA

Elycia SFA: home life /still life

Elycia SFA is a queer textile artist based in Toronto. Her work explores personal narrative and the deconstruction and reconstruction of memory, as well as nostalgia and loss, by portraying these concepts in the form of handwoven cloth. 

This series is an ongoing exploration of the past few years spent in varying states of lockdown, and features benign yet intimate images of the home space. Lockdowns forced us into an extremely still experience with layers of grief and challenges of acceptance. This project invited image submissions from all over the world, and asks: What areas in your space have been helpful to get you through your own grief in this time? 

What spaces made you feel safe?

 Curated by Erin Candela

 This project has been generously supported by the Ontario Arts Council.

More images, press, and curatorial text.

Other Tigers

April 15 - May 7, 2023 

 Gallery Launch Exhibition

Other Tigers

We shall seek a third tiger. This
Will be like those others a shape
Of my dreaming, a system of words
A man makes and not the vertebrate tiger
That, beyond the mythologies,
Is treading the earth. I know well enough
That something lays on me this quest
Undefined, senseless and ancient, and I go on
Seeking through the afternoon time
The other tiger, that which is not in verse.

               -from "The Other Tiger" by Jorge Luis Borges, translated by Harold Morland


David C. Salazar, Marlene Zagdanski, Nicholas Crombach, Helen Liene Dreifelds, Sami Tsang, Phil Pax and Hannah Enkel, Rashmi Baird, Ninat Friedland, Tonya Corkey, Monica Wickeler, Nurielle Stern, Emily K Iseman, Shay Salehi, Erin Candela, Garrett Owen Gilbart, Andrew Rowat, Alice Phieu, Dayna Gedney, Jason Bomers, Keenan O’Toole, Doris Chu, Nadine Maher, Micah Donovan, Timothy Manalo.

This exhibition is generously supported by Tucker's Pottery Supplies Inc.