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Please join us for the launch of the new publication:

Patrick Mahon - Water Structures: Printed Sculptural Works 2012-2014
Saturday May 10, 2014
2-5 p
Artist Present

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Water Structures documents three recent exhibitions by Patrick Mahon shown at: the McMaster Museum of Art (Voyager, 2013-2014); the Robert Langen Gallery, Wilfrid Laurier University (Water and Tower Allegory, 2013); and Gallery 1C03, University of Winnipeg (Water Memory Table, 2014). Including essays by Anne Brydon and Ihor Holubizky/Patrick Mahon, as well as an artist interview by Robert Enright, Water Structures focuses on Mahon’s printed sculptural works that reference towers and shipwrecks, which act as metaphors regarding human/nature relationships concerning water. The catalogue is a 60 page, full colour document, designed by Rob Gray.

Patrick Mahon is an artist/curator and a professor/academic. He has been a faculty member in Visual Arts at Western University since 1995. His work includes projects that engage with historical and contemporary printmaking, involve community-based art initiatives, and respond to the environment. Mahon’s artwork has been exhibited widely both in Canada and abroad. The forthcoming exhibition, The Source: Reconsidering Water through Contemporary Art, at the Rodman Hall Art Centre beginning on May 23, 2014, features Mahon’s work alongside work by nine other Canadian and international artists. Born in Winnipeg, and educated there as well as in Vancouver, Mahon currently lives in London, Ontario, and is represented by Katzman Contemporary in Toronto.


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Katzman Contemporary
Contact: 416-654-9515
info@katzmancontemporary.com

86 Miller Street
Toronto, Ontario
M6N 2Z9

Hours
Tuesday-Thursday 11-5
Friday-Saturday 11-6 or by appointment

Directions:
By Automobile: Miller Street is located in the West end of Junction Triangle, which is one block East of Old Weston Road, South of Davenport Road, and West of Symington Avenue.

By TTC: From Dundas West Station, take the 168 Symington Bus North to the stop at Osler Street and Davenport Road. Miller Street is one block West.