We at RKG are proud to welcome the return of Daniel Segrove with an exhibition of new paintings in addition to his signature drawings.
“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
The two-month-long Ceramic Residency of Natalia Laluq at RKG, through stages of clay working – drying – firing, reaches its culmination this September.
JULY 18, September 9, 2017
Reception; Thursday, July 20, 2017, 5-8pm
Artwork: sculpture, painting, drawing, photography, installation.
We live in the digital information age. Increasingly, we spend more time online or organizing our lives and information about who we are online. We create digital avatars of ourselves as a result of being in the internet age, ‘The performance of the self continues on the net…
Robert Kananaj Gallery is honoured to present the first solo exhibition of Gon Bregu’s work in Canada. The exhibition is a survey of paintings; also are introduced some elements of sculpture.
The exhibition is a little shocking, a little prescient, a little sexy, a little snotty, a little surly, but smart, with a couple of jokes . . . and Elizabeth Taylor.
According to Renaldo Arenas, the Furies were the only goddesses that should inspire us. This exhibition is, from my perspective, a pared down retrospective of works from the past decade or so, with a nod to the distant past and a nervous glance toward what may likely occur.
Variants, a series of related sculptures, feature acrylic prisms that contain mud harvested from Lake Ontario along with nutrients that encourage microbial growth – cellulose, sulphur, and calcium carbonate.
15th of December, 2016 to 14th of January, 2017