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Event Details

 

Darkness & Light: Contrasts in Gallery Stratford's Permanent Collection

Event Date: Open Daily from Feb. 24th until May. 4th, 2018
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Event Time: 10 am - 5 pm

Host: Gallery Stratford

Contact: 519-271-5271

Details:

Darkness & Light: Contrasts in Gallery Stratford's Permanent Collection

The selected works in this exhibition are a study in contrast, both in the predominantly black and white palette of the pieces, but also in the execution which ranges from the methodical and precise to the spontaneous and gestural. Positive and negative space is conveyed in different styles: some static and serene, others kinetic and free. Some representational, some abstract. There is a varying range of media: prints, drawings, paintings, collage and photographs - all executed in black and white, and all selected from the Gallery Stratford Collection by Community Curators, Carrie and Jeremy Wreford.

Gallery Stratford is excited to showcase this work, that has all been selected by two members of our community.

Image: Detail of Antoni Tapies (1923-2012), Untitled, n.d., lithograph on paper



This event is wheelchair accessible.

Cost: Free Admission

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


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