Patel Brown

21 Wade Avenue #2
Hours: October 26-30 10am-6pm
Gallery Capacity: 15  

www.patelbrown.com
@patelbrowngallery


Patel Brown highlights alternative perspectives and encourages experimentation and innovation in both its programming and operations. Identifying gaps in representation and opportunities guided by collaboration and community; the gallery’s program will look to traditions in culture and identity, and how they are increasingly challenged by the globalized world.

Patel Brown operates a 4000 sq ft location at 21 Wade Ave in the west end of Toronto, as well as a 1000 sq ft location in the east end of Toronto at 184 Munro St.

Exhibition: Artifacts of the Horizon, Part One: Rising From Place



A group show featuring the following: Native Art Department International, Shuvinai Ashoona, Jeffrey Gibson, Luis Jacob, Oreka James, Charmaine Lurch, Oluseye, Lido Pimienta, Tim Pitsiulak, Curtis Santiago, Marigold Santos, Howie Tsui, Kendra Yee, Shaheer Zazai

Artifacts of the Horizon works to replace possible futures with the frontier of the present, transcending identified categorizations and emphasizing the collective viewpoint and way forward through a variety of unique perspectives and the objects that reflect them.

The exhibition is presented in two parts; exploring a confluence of narratives, the space that surrounds them, and what results from bringing together works by twenty Canadian and International artists working with diverse ideas and media.

Part One: Rising from Place | Sept 25 - Oct 30
Part Two: Setting into Space | Nov 5 - Dec 23





Oluseye, The thing around your neck, Archival pigment ink on baryta paper. Edition of 3 +2AP. 2018, 40 x 26 in.

Marigold Santos, installation view. weeper (endormi au Louvre), Ink and gold leaf on paper, Unravelling, clay glazes and 22k gold, weeper (c’est comme ça que tu pleures) Ink and gold leaf on paper, 2018

image 3 & 4: installation views at Patel Brown- Artifacts of the Horizon, Part One: Rising From Place.  September 25 – October 30 2021
all Photos: Laura Findlay