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Urban Land: An Artistic Portrayal of Toronto’s Urban Experience

August 01 - August 30, 2015
Steam Whistle Brewing Gallery, 255 Bremner Boulevard, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Toronto’s urban playground is made up of more than 1,600 public parks, 200 city-owned public art works and historic monuments, and home to a brash mix of periods and styles. Discover the city’s diverse landscape with Urban Land, a special art exhibit at the Steam Whistle Brewing Gallery, located at 255 Bremner Boulevard in Toronto.

In its architecture, art and culture, Toronto pulls influence from the wide array of its population. Urban Land brings together six artists through the use of raw materials and diverse styles to express multifaceted perspectives on the urban experience. Each artist will share their own intuitive and unique approach to defining urban space.

Featured artists include: Jesse Albert. Jennifer Crawley, Melissa Espina, Cortney Stephenson, Abbas Rizvi and PH1 Collective.

The opening reception is on Wednesday August 5, 2015 from 7:00pm to 11:00pm. The exhibition runs from August 1-30, 2015 during the brewery’s regular opening hours.


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