Toronto art exhibition explores issues of development and city planning

City of Art is the third in a series curated by Gallery 1313 director Phil Anderson.

City of Art III is a curated exhibition of artists who explore the issues of development and city planning through various mediums such as film, photography, painting, mixed media, drawing and sculpture.

Wekerle,Gerda,Redpath Sugar Toronto Waterfront,61x61cm,2018

This exhibition follows two successful exhibitions of a similar theme, though this one is somewhat transitive as we all learn to cope during a pandemic. This year’s exhibit will be curated online from a call for submissions by Gallery 1313s director, Phil Anderson.

“Covid has helped us navigate our urban environment differently though we are no less passionate about the urban centre that surrounds us. Artists offer to see their world in different ways and this leads to conversation and perhaps exploring new ways to look at our urban environment,” says Phil Anderson.

Participating Artists include : Paul Brandejs , Iryna Merkulova ( Montreal ) , Raha Alipour , Margaret Stawicki , Robert Teteruck , Ashlynn Doljac ( Connection Earth ) & Tariq Saeed (Connection Earth ), Gerda R. Wekerle , Ruben Chavez – Munoz , Bill_L47 , Anupa Perera , Karin Shaddick , Eric Garsonin , Madeline Greenwald , Rachel Brandrick , Kimberly Simmons Paul Brandejs , Brian Deignan and others .

Date: Wednesday October 20, 2021 to Sunday November 7, 2021

Wednesday-Saturday: 1:00pm-5:00pm
Sunday: 1:00pm-4:00pm

Venue & Address

Gallery 1313, 313 Queen Street West Toronto, ON.