Programming — 2010

Timothy Yanick Hunter, Basic Instructions Before Leaving Everything, video, 2020

BASIC INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE LEAVING EVERYTHING

Timothy Yanick Hunter

Main Gallery

January 4 – 29, 2022

Curated by: Sarah-Tai Black

Proudly Presented by A Space Gallery


And So It Begins, 2010, acrylic, oil and Japanese paper on canvas, 48 x 24

Visible/Invisible

Suritah Teresa Wignall

A Space Windows

November 9 – December 11, 2010


RMB CITY

Cao Fei

Main Gallery

November 5 – December 11, 2010

Curated by: ,

Copresented by:

Residency in RMB City presented by Gendai Gallery. Artist Talk Dec 9th, 6:30pm (at A Space Gallery).


KC Adams, Cyborg Eggs, 2005

RE:counting coup

KC Adams, Jordan Bennett, James Luna, Archer Pechawis, Lisa Reihana

Main Gallery

September 17 – October 30, 2010

Curated by:

Copresented by:

Archer Pechawis Performance: September 17, 7:30 PM
Curator Talk and 2nd reception: October 22, 5:30 to 7:30 PM
Artist Panel (Miles Nadal Centre): October 23, 10:00 – 11:15 AM


left: Patti from Then & Now, soJin Chun, 2008, Silver Gelatin, 8x10; right: Childhood Photograph, photographer unknown, 5x7, 1990

Then & Now: The Cardenal Cushing Girls

soJin Chun

A Space Windows

September 17 – October 30, 2010


Thirza Cuthand, Through the Looking Glass, 1999, 13:54min

Resistance is Fertile

Dana Claxton, Ho Tam, Richard Fung, Thirza Cuthand, Shani Mootoo, Paul Wong

Main Gallery

June 17 – July 31, 2010

Curated by: ,

Copresented by: ,


Environmental Warnings series

Environmental Warnings

Meera Sethi

A Space Windows

June 17 – July 31, 2010


Maha Mustafa, Black Fountain, Wood and water fountain, 2009-10

Looking For Oxygen

Maha Mustafa and Ibrahim Rashid

Main Gallery

May 14 – June 12, 2010

Essay by: ,


Eclipse

Cheryl Rondeau

A Space Windows

May 14 – June 12, 2010


Wendelien Van Oldenborgh, Après la reprise, la prise, 3 slide projectors, synchronised sound and subtitles in English separately projected, 15 min, 2009

The Past is Never Dead

Wendelien van Oldenborgh

Main Gallery

April 3 – May 7, 2010

Essay by:

Copresented by: , , ,

Award winning exhibition! Wendelien van Oldenborgh -- for The Past is Never Dead at A Space Gallery -- is the winner of the Marian McMahon Award Presented by the Images Festival and sponsored by Kodak Canada. This award honours strong work in autobiography, the complexity of subject and the spirit of Marian McMahon.

Due to popular demand, The Past is Never Dead has been extended by one week. It closes on May 7th.


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