Robert Kananaj Gallery brings informed excitement to its journey, by inviting Kee Ip to present his artwork derived directly from an unconventional discipline. Viewing mathematics as ready-made art, functional as sober thought experiments, connected with purity, minimalism, harmony, complexity, order, disorder, this project provides a stage for interventions.
Silvia Argiolas, Gon Bregu, Raffael Antonio Iglesias and Daniel Segrove
painting, drawing, sculpture, installation, mixed media, and martial arts.
7th Anniversary RKG
Photography, installation, sculpture, painting and drawing
Photography, installation of photo-based images, video
Spring has come to RKG with painting of two very distinct free styles: Arif Lushi with free and vivid colours, and Natalia Laluq with the pulse matching our social and industrial landscape. Both artists embed our time via the freedom of paint.
BRUCE EVES RAW WAR
“Bruce/Eves/Raw/War” at the Robert Kananaj Gallery (February 22-March 31) taps into a zeitgeist fraught with peril. This exhibition is made up of new and never before seen works in which seriality, numerical sequences, and art historical references allow for an ambiguity of meanings while at the same time encouraging a multiplicity of readings.
RKG is pleased to announce “Realistic Abstraction”, a group exhibition of new and familiar visions in various media. Representational-conceptual, geometric-minimalist, gestural-abstraction bear most of the weight.
return to past exhibitions Slides Saturday, 27 January, 2018 SlidesOscar FigueroaInstallation with sculpture and painting7 December, 2017 to 27 January, 2018Reception: Thursday 7 December, 2017, 5-8pm This body of work sketches around the idea of movement and what its potential could look like. Symbols of continuous movement are fragmented, or paused, suspended, frozen, cut off, […]
“Panic in Toronto”
“Panic in Toronto”
Bruce Eves and Lily Eng
16 Nov – 2 Dec, 2017
Reception and Performance: Thursday 16 November 5 p.m. – 8 p.m