• Andrew Wright is interested in the various structures that are used to build an understanding of the visual. These structures are both actual and metaphorical, and include contemporary and historical photographic modes and technologies,...
  • Boxes & Borders is a collaborative project focusing on the artistic exploration of identities within the context of cross-cultural relationships. The premise of the project is that the global economy, with its exchange of products-and...
  • The portrait has long been an emblem in the west of selfhood and, particularly, of the Cartesian concept of fixed, autonomous identity. Even while portraits participate substantially in the fabrication of identity, they are, according to...
  • Closing Party at La Petite Mort Gallery: Friday, April 28 from 7-10pm, Records by Cappo 306 Cumberland, www.lapetitemortgallery.com Admission is free and open to the public Tony Fouhse’s photographs capture the people and places that he...
  • People tend to personify. As children we acquaint our stuffed animals with powers to protect, to be our best friends, sharing in our deepest secrets and most fantastic dreams. As adults, the need to personify, it is argued, manifests...
  • Christof Migone’s performances explore the sonic possibilities of simple everyday physical actions and how they navigate nervously between the controllable and the uncontrollable. They also consider the richness of the gaps in face-to-face...
  • As a speaker, María Lezón is able to string together in one sentence words like "passion", "chorizo", "lolita", "calor" and "cellulitis" while still making sense of an experience that is particularly female. As an artist she is able to...
  • PART 1: Daryoush Asgar (Austria), Isabelle Lévénez (France) and Monika Oechsler (UK); Curated by Rhonda Corvese (Canada) PART 2: Valerie Mannaerts (Belgium), Harold Offeh (UK), Jennifer Reeder (USA), Lisa Steele and Kim Tomczak (Canada);...
  • Preview: December 3rd  and 4th from 12pm – 9 pm 301 Bank Street Art Auction/Party: Saturday, December 5, 2008. Doors open at 7pm. Tickets: $10 at Gallery 101 or Mags & Fags or $15 at the door PRIDE On Saturday, December 5th, 2009,...
  • Every December 101 FRAMES, Gallery 101’s annual fundraising event, presents over 101 framed artworks by talented artists. This year, we asked artists to let their imaginations run wild in creating work about LUST for this year’s silent art...
  • Exercise your personal spin on art appreciation to the sounds of DJ Lance Baptiste, snap up a deal at our silent auction, win prizes and devote your evening to witty conversation and tasty appetizers!
  • Gallery 101 would like to extend a very warm thank you to all of the artists and performers who generously donated their creativity and time to participate in 101 Frames this year. A special thank you to our volunteers, board of directors...
  • GALLERY 101 hosts its Annual Silent Art Auction and Party at the gallery (236 Nepean Street, between Bank and Kent) on Saturday, December 4 at 7pm. Artworks will be available for preview from Tuesday, November 30 to Friday, December 3,...
  • On the first Saturday evening of December, Gallery 101 hosts a glittering social event where an admiring public comes together with practising Canadian artists. They come to see and be seen, to buy, to sell, to eat, drink and dance and...
  • Since 1993, Daniel Barrow has used an overhead projector to relay ideas and short narratives. Specifically, Barrow creates and adapts comic book narratives to a "manual" form of animation by projecting, layering and manipulating drawings...
  • This exciting one day event will coincide with the closing of our Nepean Street Location. The festival is to include screenings by Available Light Screening Collective, with members Nikhil Adnani, Chris Rohde, Theo Pelmus, Phil Rose, Linda...

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