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GET NOTICED
17 New Artists Curated by Jamie Angell and Niki Dracos

NOVEMBER 28 TO DECEMBER 15, 2018
Opening Party: Thursday, November 29, 6 - 8 PM

The Red Head Gallery is pleased to present Get Noticed, our biennial exhibition of visual artists selected by Toronto gallerists noted for actively raising the bar for Canada’s commercial art world. Artists have been selected by Jamie Angell of Angell Gallery and Niki Dracos of General Hardware Contemporary. The exhibition will be on view at the Red Head Gallery from November 28 to December 15, 2018.

Participating Artists:
Ibrahim Abusitta – Toronto
Rebekah Andrade – Toronto
Julia Balfour – Etobicoke
D’Andrea Bowie – Toronto
Stefan Berg – Toronto
Colin Canary – Montreal
Candace Davies – Toronto
Maureen Doody – Ottawa
Alysa-Beth Engel - Toronto
Hani Habashi – Toronto
Kristine Mifsud – Toronto
James Olley – Guelph
Scott Sawtell – Newmarket
Kyle Scheurmann – Vancouver
Michael Simon – Toronto
Mark Liam Smith – Toronto
David Theron – Toronto

JAMIE ANGELL is founder and owner of Angell Gallery, dedicated to presenting art collectors and enthusiasts with thoughtfully curated and engaging exhibitions of contemporary art. Representing emerging, mid-career and senior artists, Angell Gallery showcases a wide range of media, from painting, drawing and sculpture, to photography, installation and video.

NIKI DRACOS is Principal and Director of General Hardware Contemporary, founded in 2010 and located in Parkdale, Toronto. GHC brings new artistic talent to showcase alongside established provocateurs, Canadian and international.

On November 29th 2018, the Magic Gumball Machine of Fate will make its debut at the reception of Get Noticed. The Magic Gumball Machine of Fate is an artist multiples project that distributes work by Canadian creators and makes art affordable for everyone. It is curated by Toronto artist Catherine Heard.

Eight of our seventeen member artists have made a series of multiples specifically for this project. Members, in rotation, will feature work in the Magic Gumball Machine of Fate at the gallery, for $2 apiece, for the foreseeable future.

Each work is unique and collectible, having been purpose made as a project that reflects each artist’s practice and the spirit of their work.

All proceeds will go towards the Red Head Gallery, a non-profit, artist-run collective and gallery, so that we may continue to bring you art in this space.


For more information, please contact:
Gallery Administrator
401 Richmond St West
Suite 115, Toronto, ON, M5V 3A8
info@redheadgallery.org
http://www.redheadgallery.org
416 504 5654
Gallery hours: Wed - Sat, 12 - 5 pm

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