Exhibitor list 2018

Exhibitor list 2018

Art Toronto

Art Toronto, 2017.

August 2, 2018

Exhibitor list 2018

October 26–29, 2018
Art Toronto
Metro Toronto Convention Centre
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Art Toronto, Canada’s international fair for modern and contemporary art, returns for its nineteenth annual edition presenting 102 exhibitors from 7 countries and 28 cities. Launching with Opening Night, a benefit gala for the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO), on October 25, Art Toronto runs from October 26–29, 2018 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. The fair will be organized in following sections: Main, Solo, Verge, Focus and Arts & Cultural Institutions.

This year, Art Toronto welcomes new galleries including Chimento Contemporary (Los Angeles), DNA Gallery (London), GOLESTANI (Dusseldorf), Hosfelt Gallery (San Francisco), Casemore Kirkeby (San Francisco), Axel Pairon Gallery (Knokke), Project Gallery (Toronto), Projet Pangée (Montreal) and VIVIANEART (Calgary).

Premier modern and contemporary galleries from Canada, the United States, Germany, United Kingdom, Israel and Belgium.
Sandra Ainsley Gallery (Toronto) / Angell Gallery (Toronto) / Art Mûr (Berlin, Montreal) / ​Bau-Xi Gallery & Bau-Xi Photo (Toronto) / ​Galerie de Bellefeuille Inc. (Montreal, Toronto) / ​Galeries Roger Bellemare et Christian Lambert (Montreal) / ​Galerie Jean-Claude Bergeron (Ottawa) / ​Galerie Simon Blais (Montreal) / ​Galerie René Blouin (Montreal) / ​Galerie Hugues Charbonneau (Montreal) / ​Monte Clark Gallery (Vancouver) / ​COOPER COLE (Toronto) / Corkin Gallery (Toronto) / ​Cosner Gallery at the Ritz-Carlton Montreal (Montreal) / ​Christopher Cutts Gallery (Toronto) / Luis de Jesus Los Angeles (Los Angeles) / ​Galerie D’Este (Montreal) / ​Galerie Division (Montreal, Toronto) / ​Downs & Ross (New York) / ​Anat Ebgi (Los Angeles) / ​Barbara Edwards Contemporary (Toronto) / ​Susan Eley Fine Art (New York) / ​ELLEPHANT (Montreal) / ​Equinox Gallery (Vancouver) / ​Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran (Montreal) / ​Daniel Faria Gallery (Toronto) / ​Feheley Fine Arts (Toronto) / ​Franc Gallery (Vancouver) / ​Galerie 3 (Quebec City) / ​General Hardware Contemporary (Toronto) / ​Jill George Gallery (London) / ​Michael Gibson Gallery (London) / ​Mira Godard Gallery (Toronto) / GOLESTANI (Dusseldorf) / Han Art (Montreal) / Susan Hobbs Gallery (Toronto) / Hosfelt Gallery (San Francisco) / Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery (London, New York) / renann isaacs contemporary art (Guelph) / Catriona Jeffries (Vancouver) / Gallery Jones (Vancouver) / Olga Korper Gallery (Toronto) / Galerie Claude Lafitte (Montreal) / Galerie Laroche/Joncas (Montreal) / GALERIE ISABELLE LESMEISTER (Regensburg) / Masters Gallery (Calgary) / Mayberry Fine Art (Toronto, Winnipeg) / Todd Merrill Studio (New York) / Nicholas Metivier Gallery (Toronto) / MKG127 (Toronto) / Oeno Gallery (Prince Edward County) / Pierre-François Ouellette art contemporain (Montreal, Toronto) / Parisian Laundry (Montreal) / Christina Parker Gallery (St. John’s) / Paul Petro Contemporary Art (Toronto) / Project Gallery (Toronto) / PSM (Berlin) / Galerie Raphael (Frankfurt) / Galerie Nicolas Robert (Montreal) / Roberts Gallery (Toronto) / RoFa Projects (Potomac) / Nikola Rukaj Gallery (Toronto) / Rumi Galleries (Oakville) / Georgia Scherman Projects (Toronto) / Miriam Shiell Fine Art (Toronto) / Jessica Silverman Gallery (San Francisco) / Slate Fine Art Gallery (Regina) / Studio 21 Fine Art (Halifax) / TrépanierBaer Gallery (Calgary) / Galerie Trois Points (Montreal) / Galerie Van Der Planken (Antwerp) / Odon Wagner Gallery (Toronto) / Winchester Galleries (Victoria) / Dianna Witte Gallery (Toronto) / Zemack Contemporary Art (Tel Aviv)

Galleries representing a highly-curated body of work by a single artist.
Birch Contemporary (Toronto): Micah Lexier / Galerie Simon Blais (Montreal): Louis-Philippe Côté / Stephen Bulger Gallery (Toronto) & Pierre-François Ouellette art contemporain(Montreal, Toronto): Meryl McMaster / Mark Christopher Gallery (Toronto): Mark Puchala / Galerie D’Este (Montreal): Véronique La Perrière M. / Jarvis Hall Gallery (Calgary): Tyler Los-Jones / Macaulay & Co. Fine Art (Vancouver): Shawn Hunt / Pierre-François Ouellette art contemporain (Montreal, Toronto): Dil Hildebrand / Axel Pairon Gallery (Knokke): Regine Schumann / Project Gallery (Toronto): Tessar Lo / TrépanierBaer Gallery (Calgary): Ryan Sluggett / VIVIANEART (Calgary): Tyler Bright Hilton

Dedicated to galleries that have been in business for eight years or less, presenting work by young and emerging artists made in the past five years.
La Castiglione Gallery (Montreal) / DNA Gallery (London) / Fazakas Gallery (Vancouver) / Franz Kaka (Toronto) / Lisa Kehler Art + Projects (Winnipeg) / Projet Pangée (Montreal) / Quimera (Buenos Aires) / Zalucky Contemporary (Toronto)

Expanding upon 2017’s FOCUS on Los Angeles, Art Toronto returns this year with FOCUS: California. The interactive exhibit featuring galleries from California will be curated by Kim Nguyen (Curator and Head of Programs at the CCA Wattis Institute, San Francisco) and Glen Helfand (Associate Professor at California College of the Arts, San Francisco, independent writer and curator based in Oakland, California). More details will be announced this summer. 

Chimento Contemporary (Los Angeles) / Colpa Press (San Francisco) / CULT | Aimee Friberg Exhibitions (San Francisco) / Electric Works (San Francisco) / Et al. (San Francisco) / Exploratorium (San Francisco) / Charlie James Gallery (Los Angeles) / Casemore Kirkeby (San Francisco) / Gregory Lind Gallery (San Francisco) / Night Gallery (Los Angeles) / Royale Projects (Los Angeles)

Arts & Cultural Institutions
Art Dealers Association of Canada (ADAC)  (Toronto) / Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) (Toronto) / Border Crossings Magazine (Winnipeg) / Canadian Art Magazine (Toronto) / Carla Fernández (Mexico City) / Inuit Art Foundation (Toronto) / McMichael Canadian Art Collection (Kleinburg) / Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto Canada (Toronto) / OCAD University (Toronto) / The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery (Toronto) / RBC Canadian Painting Competition (Toronto) / Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival (Toronto) / Toronto Biennial of Art (Toronto) 

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20 Eglinton Ave West, Suite 1200
PO Box 2055
Toronto, ON
M4R 1K8

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