The Lost & Found Presents: Other Tigers
Project Space Launch Featuring 25 Canadian Artists
April 15 – May 7, 2023
Opening Reception: Saturday April 15, 7-11 pm
The Lost & Found
420 Queen St. E, Toronto
Other Tigers features the work of 25 Canadian artists working in a variety of media including interdisciplinary sculpture, photography, printmaking, craft-based media, and painting:
David Constantino Salazar, Marlene Zagdanski, Nicholas Crombach, Helen Liene Dreifelds, Sami Tsang, Phil Pax and Hannah Enkel, Rashmi Baird, Ninat Friedland, Tonya Corkey, Monica Wickeler, Nurielle Stern, Emily K Iseman, Shay Salehi, Erin Candela, Garrett Owen Gilbart, Andrew Rowat, Alice Phieu, Dayna Gedney, Jason Bomers, Keenan O’Toole, Doris Chu, Nadine Maher, Micah Donovan, Timothy Manalo.
The artists in Other Tigers were all involved in the creation of The Lost & Found and were instrumental in every step of the process, from laying the concrete floor to plasma-cutting the sign, painting walls, providing graphic design, hauling things around, and offering their support, experience, and expertise.
About The Lost & Found
The Lost & Found is a new project space accepting submissions from independent curators, artist-curators, collectives, and organizations. Centrally located at Queen St E and Parliament, The Lost & Found aims to provide exhibition opportunities for emerging and established contemporary artists working in any medium. Founded by artist Nurielle Stern, The Lost & Found was made possible by the City of Toronto Commercial Space Rehabilitation Grant Program and the gallery launch is generously supported by Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc.
In addition to exhibitions, The Lost & Found will also host artist-led workshops, including the use of the on-site ceramic studio facilities and kilns. These workshops will provide opportunities for members of the community to engage with artists and learn new skills, while fostering a sense of creativity and collaboration. Along with workshops, other types of events like book-launches and participation in city-wide events like Nuit Blanche will be an important way for the gallery to build lasting relationships in the community.
The Lost and Found is partially accessible. The gallery is located at ground level with a single step up from the street with an accessibility ramp available upon request. There is a single gender neutral bathroom on the main floor. For more information, visit here.
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