Marion Flanagan, Natalja Heybroek and Hagop Ohannessian
July 14 – 18, 2022
Opening Reception: July 14, 2022 | 5 – 10 pm
Beaver Hall Gallery, 29 McCaul Street, Toronto
July 15 | 4 – 8 pm
July 16 + 17 | 2 – 8 pm
July 18 | 4 – 8 pm
This exploratory exhibition brings together three artists who are looking at the cultural disruption that occurs as cities have become the primary environment for humans. Synthetic human design touches almost everything we surround ourselves with while living in the city. How is this distancing us from nature and does it change our identities, values and bodies?
Each artist’s inspiration comes from a different corner, from complex mycelium webs, to surreal dreamscapes, and the seductive synthetic body. With an emphasis on material exploration and experimentation, the show is an intriguing mix of installation, sculpture, painting and video.
Join the artists Marion Flanagan, Natalja Heybroek and Hagop Ohannessian on a warm summer’s evening for the opening event on July 14th from 5 to 10pm, or come visit one of the following days until the 18th.
This exhibit is proud to be supported by @ontarioartscouncil.
Media Contact: Marion Flanagan, firstname.lastname@example.org