The Lost & Found 



The Lost & Found is a new artist-led project space accepting submissions from independent curators, artist-curators, organizations, and educational institutions. Centrally located at Queen St E and Parliament, The Lost & Found aims to provide exhibition opportunities for emerging and established contemporary artists working in any medium. Please see the Open Calls page for more info. The Lost & Found was founded by artist Nurielle Stern.  


The Lost & Found provides space for the arts in downtown Toronto, where space is at a premium. We aim to facilitate connections between artists and curators, create exhibition opportunities, and connect artists and communities. We support experimental, non-commercial, and under-represented artistic practices. Submissions with representation from diverse and marginalized communities are welcome and encouraged. Submissions that include public engagement activities and programming will also be prioritized.

Sponsors and Support

The Lost & Found has been made possible by the City of Toronto Commercial Space Rehabilitation Grant Program. The gallery launch was generously supported by Tucker's Pottery Supplies Inc.





The Lost & Found would like to thank the follwing people for their invaluable support, time invested, and expertise in helping to make the project space a reality:

The artists of Other Tigers; Sebastian Bartnicki, co-founder of Office Ou; Daniel Perez; Jessika Miko; Frank Tucker; Rob Inglis of Bootstrap Design & Build; Josh Heuman; Renato Baldin of Akin Collective; and many others...



thelostandfoundto [at] g m a i l [dot] com


 420 Queen St E
Toronto, ON
Canada M5A 1T4