Artists' talk with Sabrina Russo, Kate Schneider and Tek


Join us on Saturday, March 10 for an artists' talk with Sabrina Russo, Kate Schneider and Tek on the exhibition Movers and Shakers.

 
DateSaturday, March 10, 2018 - 2:00pm

Website

http://www.prefix.ca/exhibitions/movers-shakers/

, Website

https://www.facebook.com/events/899399186890781/

Location

401 Richmond Street West, Suite 124 Toronto, Ontario

Join us on Saturday, March 10 for an artists' talk with Sabrina Russo, Kate Schneider and Tek on the exhibition Movers and Shakers.

Prefix Institute of Contemporary Art
Saturday, March 10
2 PM

Movers and Shakers
Sandra Brewster, Stephanie Comilang, Esery Mondesir, Sabrina Russo,
Kate Schneider 
and Tek

Curated by Betty Julian

Prefix Institute of Contemporary Art is pleased to present Movers and Shakers, a world-premiere exhibition curated by Betty Julian that features new photographic and video works by six early- and mid-career Toronto-based artists: Sandra Brewster, Stephanie Comilang, Esery Mondesir, Sabrina Russo, Kate Schneider and Tek.

At the present moment in Toronto, many people are feeling pressure from the shifting and changing social, cultural and political environment. At such times, artists have a way of bringing to the foreground the state of our daily living and the cultural shifts that are shaping our lives. In Movers and Shakers, the featured artists present still and moving images that direct our attention to various aspects of their ways of moving, working and being, both in the local community and the larger world.

The gallery is open to the public from Wednesday to Saturday, 12 to 5 PM, and by appointment. Admission is free.

Exhibition runs January 11 to March 24, 2018

DateSaturday, March 10, 2018 - 2:00pm

Website

http://www.prefix.ca/exhibitions/movers-shakers/

https://www.facebook.com/events/899399186890781/

Location

401 Richmond Street West, Suite 124 Toronto, Ontario

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Saturday, March 10, 2018 - 2:00pm

Join us on Saturday, March 10 for an artists' talk with Sabrina Russo, Kate Schneider and Tek on the exhibition Movers and Shakers.

Prefix Institute of Contemporary Art
Saturday, March 10
2 PM

Movers and Shakers
Sandra Brewster, Stephanie Comilang, Esery Mondesir, Sabrina Russo,
Kate Schneider 
and Tek

Curated by Betty Julian

Prefix Institute of Contemporary Art is pleased to present Movers and Shakers, a world-premiere exhibition curated by Betty Julian that features new photographic and video works by six early- and mid-career Toronto-based artists: Sandra Brewster, Stephanie Comilang, Esery Mondesir, Sabrina Russo, Kate Schneider and Tek.

At the present moment in Toronto, many people are feeling pressure from the shifting and changing social, cultural and political environment. At such times, artists have a way of bringing to the foreground the state of our daily living and the cultural shifts that are shaping our lives. In Movers and Shakers, the featured artists present still and moving images that direct our attention to various aspects of their ways of moving, working and being, both in the local community and the larger world.

The gallery is open to the public from Wednesday to Saturday, 12 to 5 PM, and by appointment. Admission is free.

Exhibition runs January 11 to March 24, 2018

Venue & Address: 
401 Richmond Street West, Suite 124 Toronto, Ontario
Website: 
http://www.prefix.ca/exhibitions/movers-shakers/
https://www.facebook.com/events/899399186890781/
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