October 20, 2010 - Art Toronto - Art Toronto 2010
October 20, 2010

Art Toronto 2010

Art Toronto 2010
October 28 – November 1, 2010

Opening Night Preview Benefit
Thursday, October 28th

info [​at​] tiafair.com

107 galleries | 13 countries | Click here for participating galleries

Art Toronto is underpinned by a series of special projects contributing to the dialogue on contemporary and modern art. This programming reinforces the Fair’s reputation as the most comprehensive and thought-provoking art experience in Canada.

On-Site Special Projects
More information.

Everything Must Go
Curated by Jeremy Laing Everything Must Go takes the form of a mini-department store or luxury boutique. Housed within the Fair, this shop-in-shop is outfitted with work engaging with the forms, manners and aesthetic of mercantile display and salesmanship. Everything is art and anything can be bought. The boutique features work by Toronto’s Young & Giroux, Derek Sullivan and Montréal’s Valérie Blass.

Canadian Art Now
The new exhibition series Canadian Art Now, curated by Canadian Art editor Richard Rhodes, presents True Stories: A Photo Excursion. The series looks at works by photographers Donald Weber, Evan Lee, Alison Rossiter and Thomas Kneubühler, which are scheduled in three separate exhibitions during the Fair. A discussion of the art with Canadian Art‘s editor Richard Rhodes, takes place at 2:00pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Presented by Canadian Art Magazine.

Power Talks 2010
Power Talks presents influential art-world figures discussing their projects and ideas in the context of the Art Toronto 2010 Fair. Presented by The Power Plant.
Thea Westreich | Friday October 29 | 6pm
Ian Wallace | Saturday October 30 | 4pm
Thomas Crow | Sunday October 31 | 4pm

Art Toronto Video Lounge – at The Drake Hotel
Friday October 29 – Monday November 1 | 10am-5pm
Artists include Lars Arrhenius, John Claytor, Adad Hannah, Alex McLeod, Cheryl Pagurek, Jon Sasaki, Carol Sawyer, Madeline Stillwell, Sharon Switzer among others.

T at Three
An insightful and stimulating interview series conducted by Border Crossings magazine senior contributing editor Robert Enright. It offers a unique perspective on the making and meaning of artist works brought to Art Toronto by galleries from across Canada and around the world. Each afternoon’s discussions will be introduced by Border Crossings‘ Editor Meeka Walsh. Presented by Border Crossings Magazine
Alison Norlen/Ed Pien/Margaret Priest | Saturday, October 30 | 3pm
Dan Adler/Pat Feheley/David Moos | Sunday, October 31 | 3pm

Constellation Program
Curated by Nicholas Brown & Catherine Dean Constellation Program presents a unique exhibition at Art Toronto by presenting the viewer with the opportunity to engage personally with art. “Viewing stations” are set up in various locations around the Fair and invite the visitors in to connect with a piece of artwork in a secluded setting.

Buy Early, Buy Young
Friday October 30 | 6pm
Join AXA Art Insurance, Manny Neubacher and Anya Shor as they de-mystify the process of beginning, building and caring for a collection. The discussion and tour will focus on art under 5000 CND in order to give audience the opportunity to view attainable pieces at the lower end of the price scale but still providing aspiring examples of perhaps larger pieces at the higher end that are still within reason for a novice collector. Presented by AXA Art Insurance.

Tickets available online or onsite.

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