Professor David Armstrong recently hosted a photogravure workshop at the Department of Visual Art and Art History’s Print Media Studios (May 20-23). Photogravure, a 19th C. hybrid photo/printmaking process, has seen a resurgence in recent years and has been part of the focus of his 4 year Canada Council Grant, (After Images, 2012-16), exploring a hybrid of historical and contemporary printmaking, photography, and digital imaging techniques.
Two works by Professor Yvonne Singer are featured in Picturing Wellness, an exhibition at the McMaster Museum of Art in Hamilton, Ont. running December 17, 2015 to March 26, 2016. The show focuses on a medical humanities perspective as the bridge between understanding resilience through treatment, care and social action. It presents artworks that consider issues […]
Visual Arts alumna Elle Flanders (PhD ’14, BA ’88) and her collaborative art practice ensemble Public Studio present their latest new media work, Zero Hour at 2015 Scotiabank Nuit Blanche Toronto. Created with Lebanese artist and poet Etel Adnan and sound artist Anna Friz, Zero Hour is a meditation on weather, climate change and the effects of northern extraction on the southern hemisphere.
New works by Professor Michel Daigneault will be showcased at the second edition of Feature Contemporary Art Fair, dedicated exclusively to leading contemporary art. The event takes place October 22 to 25, 2015 in the Joey & Toby Tanenbaum Opera Centre in Toronto.
Print media Professor David Scott Armstrong has been invited to participate in two international exhibitions this fall. From July 25 to September 30, his work is on view in Global Print 2015, a multi-venue print biennial held in Douro, Portugal. The show highlights the work of print media artists from 64 countries. His large 12 […]
York Visual Art Professor Brandon Vickerd’s large scale metal sculpture/installation Chrome Ghost/ Apeshit is on view at Thunder Bay’s Definitely Superior Art Gallery March 28 to April 25, 2015. Playing with pop-culture references, Vickerd highlights our nostalgia for a past when science held the promise of a limitless future, and not the strange and often […]
Playtimes, a new series of monumental paintings by York Visual Art Professor Janet Jones, is on view at Toronto’s Katzman Contemporary March 27 to April 25, 2015. Evoking abstract representations of a contemporary urban existence on the brink of a “techno-sublime explosion”, the real and the virtual overtly overlay, careen and collide in these works. Playtimes […]
Visual Art Professor Michel Daigneault’s solo exhibition Ensemble Opératoire is on view at Galerie Trois Points in Montreal February 21 to March 28, 2015. Blurring the boundaries between figuration and abstraction, Daigneault creates rich pictorial spaces that engender various narrative possibilities. Tending more to allusion than illusion, his paintings are built by an accumulation and […]
Alternative Energies, an exhibition featuring work by 13 thirteen undergraduate and graduate students in visual arts at York, will be on view downtown at Toronto’s Sheraton Centre Hotel as part of the Toronto Audio Video Entertainment Show (TAVES) Oct. 31 to Nov. 2, 2014. Participating York artists are Amanda Boulos, Marnie Brandejs, Elaine Chan-Dow, Mary […]
Internationally recognized photojournalist, York University Visual Arts alumnus Larry Towell (BFA 1976) has his seventh solo show at Stephen Bulger Gallery this fall.