The Lost & Found
The Lost & Found is a new project space accepting submissions from independent curators, artist-curators, and organizations, educational institutions, and commercial galleries. 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 aims to provide space for the arts in downtown Toronto, where space is at a premium. We welcome submissions that feature either emerging or established visual artists working in any medium including but not limited to: experimental and interdisciplinary practices, installation art, craft-based media, media arts, community projects, sculpture, painting, print-making, performance, and photography. We welcome and encourage submissions with representation from diverse and marginalized communities.
Sponsors and Support
The Lost & Found has been made possible by the City of Toronto Commercial Space Rehabilitation Grant Program. The gallery launch is being 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 Mikol
- Frank Tucker
- Rob Inglis of Bootstrap Design & Build
- Josh Heuman
- Renato Baldin of Akin Collective
- And many others...