Photography Exhibition | Charity Event : "Mercy" by Matt Barnes
a powerful collection of 25 photographs taken in Madagascar captures life on the Africa Mercy hospital ship. Merging art with social mission, each image immerses you in the beautiful spirit of the world's most impoverished and enables you to make a difference. Just download SHAZAM before you arrive to donate or purchase limited edition prints through an eBay auction.
Opening Night Charity Event | Free Admission
Thursday, May 26, 2016 | 6-8pm | Open to public 8-11pm |
Please RSVP by May 20, 2016
From May 27 - June 4 | Mon-Fri 10-6 | Sat-Sun 12-5 |
STRUCK Contemporary Art Gallery
571B Adelaide St. E.. Toronto, ON. M5A 1N8
Jacob Gils & Jayscale Duo Exhibition
Exhibition Dates: April 22 - May 22, 2016
Opening Reception: Friday April 22nd 6-10pm
Jayscale Artist Meet & Greet: Tues April 26th
This contemporary exhibition brings together the gritty urban images of Toronto-based photographer Jayscale, with the soft and diffused figurative and landscape images of Danish photographer Jacob Gils.
Curated by Andrew Bockner & Devan Patel
Jayscale Meet & Greet
Tuesday April 26th
The way you have always wanted to see Toronto.
Curated by Andrew Bockner & Mike Echlin
Spring House by Andrew Quesada
Exhibition Dates: May 12 - June 5, 2016
Opening Reception: Thursday May 12th 6-10pm
Location: The Loft, Andrew Richard Designs (571 Adelaide St E, Toronto ON)
Influenced by the early 90's and inspired by the 70's, Andrew Quesada’s photography celebrates the grit and beauty of LA, its surrounding landscapes and its inhabitance. With a family and childhood filled with photography, Quesada shoots images with a very cinematic sense - ranging from fashion, models, and musicians, to everyday portraits. ‘Springhouse’ will mark the first solo exhibition of the artist's work in Canada.
MERCY: Matt Barnes Solo Show
Exhibition Dates: May 26 - June 5, 2016
Opening Reception: Thursday May 26th 6-10pm
Barnes' time in Madagascar was one without parallel. The smells, the sights and the sounds were all new and exciting, but it was the children of Madagascar that left the deepest indentation. They had nothing, but still they wanted nothing. They were happy. Barnes was honoured to have intimate access to such beautiful people, and the images reflect how wonderful they made him feel.
On Saturday March 5th, Struck Contemporary will host the first North American solo exhibition of New Zealand-based contemporary artist Brad Novak. The exhibition will feature Novak’s one-of-a-kind, hand-collaged and stencil-sprayed artworks, involving the layering of popular imagery.
Born in Auckland, New Zealand in 1976 Brad Novak currently shows his work internationally through galleries in the US, Canada, the UK and New Zealand. Novak’s art practice focuses on popular culture, specifically the depiction of celebrities from the hyper-inflated world of American stardom.
Born in South Korea, Heo was raised in Texas and studied at the University of Texas at Austin. In Los Angeles, she began her career as an Art Director in music packaging at Warner Bros Records, followed by positions at A&M Records and Maverick Records. Heo’s work has been featured in The New York Times, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum, AIGA, Graphis and Communication Arts.
For the past decade, Heo and her husband, Gary Burden, have worked as creative partners in RTwerk & Co, where the two have collaborated on the art direction and design of album covers and films. Burden himself is considered a pioneer of album art, creating iconic covers for such artists as Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, The Doors, Joni Mitchell, Jackson Browne and Eagles.
October 7th at 8pm