Francisco-Fernando Granados created a Commissioned Work for the SPACE Billboard Project


SPACE is a series of commissioned works for the billboard space at the corner of St Clarens Avenue and Bloor Street West, the side Mercer Union

 
DateThursday, March 30, 2017 - 8:00am to Thursday, June 22, 2017 - 10:30pm

Phone

416.536.1519

Website

http://www.mercerunion.org

Location

Billboard space at the corner of St. Clarens Avenue and Bloor Street West, Side of Mercer Union 1286 Bloor Street West (one block east of Lansdowne TTC Station) Toronto, ON

SPACE: Francisco-Fernando Granados
30 March – 22 June 2017  
Launch: Friday 31 March, 7-10PM

The next artist to create a commissioned work for our SPACE billboard project will be Francisco-Fernando Granados.
 
Francisco-Fernando Granados’ multidisciplinary critical practice spans performance, installation, cultural theory, digital media, public art, curatorial and community-based projects. He has presented work in galleries, museums, theatres, artist-run centres and non-traditional sites including; Art Gallery of York University; Blackwood Gallery; Gallery TPW; Vancouver Art Gallery; Darling Foundry (Montreal); the Hessel Museum of Art (Bard, NY); Ex Teresa Arte Actual (Mexico City); and Kulturhuset (Stockholm), amongst others. He completed a Masters of Visual Studies at the University of Toronto in 2012, and is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Art, Critical and Curatorial Studies Program at OCAD University.
 
SPACE is a series of commissioned works for the billboard space at the corner of St Clarens Avenue and Bloor Street West, the side Mercer Union. The series began in the spring of 2014, previous contributing artists include: Liz Knox (CA), Giles Round (UK), Walter Scott (CA), Olivia Plender (UK/SE), Maggie Groat (CA), Carlos Motta (NYC), and most recently Deborah Edmeades (CA).

Mercer Union. Cultivating artists and challenging audiences since 1979.

Mercer Union, a centre for contemporary art
1286 Bloor Street West (one block east of Lansdowne TTC Station)
Toronto, Ontario, CANADA M6H 1N9
T: + 1 416.536.1519
F: + 1416.536.2955
www.mercerunion.org

 

DateThursday, March 30, 2017 - 8:00am to Thursday, June 22, 2017 - 10:30pm

Phone

416.536.1519

Website

http://www.mercerunion.org

Location

Billboard space at the corner of St. Clarens Avenue and Bloor Street West, Side of Mercer Union 1286 Bloor Street West (one block east of Lansdowne TTC Station) Toronto, ON

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SPACE: Francisco-Fernando Granados
30 March – 22 June 2017  
Launch: Friday 31 March, 7-10PM

The next artist to create a commissioned work for our SPACE billboard project will be Francisco-Fernando Granados.
 
Francisco-Fernando Granados’ multidisciplinary critical practice spans performance, installation, cultural theory, digital media, public art, curatorial and community-based projects. He has presented work in galleries, museums, theatres, artist-run centres and non-traditional sites including; Art Gallery of York University; Blackwood Gallery; Gallery TPW; Vancouver Art Gallery; Darling Foundry (Montreal); the Hessel Museum of Art (Bard, NY); Ex Teresa Arte Actual (Mexico City); and Kulturhuset (Stockholm), amongst others. He completed a Masters of Visual Studies at the University of Toronto in 2012, and is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Art, Critical and Curatorial Studies Program at OCAD University.
 
SPACE is a series of commissioned works for the billboard space at the corner of St Clarens Avenue and Bloor Street West, the side Mercer Union. The series began in the spring of 2014, previous contributing artists include: Liz Knox (CA), Giles Round (UK), Walter Scott (CA), Olivia Plender (UK/SE), Maggie Groat (CA), Carlos Motta (NYC), and most recently Deborah Edmeades (CA).

Mercer Union. Cultivating artists and challenging audiences since 1979.

Mercer Union, a centre for contemporary art
1286 Bloor Street West (one block east of Lansdowne TTC Station)
Toronto, Ontario, CANADA M6H 1N9
T: + 1 416.536.1519
F: + 1416.536.2955
www.mercerunion.org

 

Venue & Address: 
Billboard space at the corner of St. Clarens Avenue and Bloor Street West, Side of Mercer Union 1286 Bloor Street West (one block east of Lansdowne TTC Station) Toronto, ON
Website: 
http://www.mercerunion.org
Phone: 
416.536.1519
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