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Event Details

 

Taking Place Exhibition - Works from the Permanent Collection

Event Date: Open Daily from Jan. 2nd until Jan. 14th, 2018
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Event Time: 10 am - 5 pm (Thursdays and Fridays till 7 pm)

Host: Gallery Stratford

Contact: 519-271-5271

Details:

Taking Place Exhibition - Works from the Permanent Collection

Being conscious of place is something that has become increasingly important in today’s society. There is so much movement, both physically and mentally, whether commuting to a different city to work or entering into the life of someone else via television series. It is, at times, overwhelming. To stop and really think about where you are in a certain moment, to feel as though you’ve finally “arrived” somewhere without thinking about the next destination, is as rarely done as it is necessary. The pieces in this show have been chosen from the Permanent Collection with special attention paid to how they invite the viewer to occupy space. The exhibition contains work by: Carl Beam, Jane Buyers, Stephen Cruise, Joan Marie Dean, Robert Downing, Miljenko Horvat, John Ivor Smith, Mark Tobey, and Mia Westerlund.

Image: Miljenjo Horvat, Signal No. 2, 1982-84, acrylic, gouache and crayon, 22.5 x 28.5 inches



This event is wheelchair accessible.

Cost: Free

Location: Gallery Stratford, Stratford, 54 Romeo Street, South, Stratford


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