Sold on Day 2: Clair Anderson, 'Paradise II', 2015, blown glass
Dear Friend of TOAF,
As you know, we open today with an exciting Art Talk on Zoom at 10:30am about How Art Collecting Works, featuring two incredible forces in the Canadian art world: Neil Brochu, curator of the City of Toronto Art Collection, and David Mirvish, Canadian art dealer/collector/theatre producer. If you haven't done so already, we encourage you to register now. You don't want to miss this insightful conversation!
Tune in our daily Studio Tours and impromptu Instagram Live Q&A's with TOAF staff and participating artists on our IGTV! If you missed yesterday's 2020 Juror's Picks, moderated by Lee Petrie, don't fret. You can watch it any time on our Youtube channel.
We are incredibly humbled by the success of this year's online adaptation, and we can't believe there are still 7 more days left! We love seeing our artists simulate their own virtual tours and interactions. We encourage you to continue spreading the love, and don't forget to use #TOAF59 on social media.
Sold on Day 2: (left) Raoul Olou, 'A', 2020, gouache;
(right) Nicole Crozier, 'Parlour Pallor', 2020, acrylic & oil on canvas
Emerging Artists to Watch by Tatum Dooley of Canadian Art Forecast
We invited writer and curator Tatum Dooley to select Emerging Artists to Watch from this year's roster of over 300 participating artists. Tune in today for a lively conversation and closer look!
|View all of Tatum's picks|
Curated Collection: Flavio Belli
Art consultant, curator, artist, and currently Chair of the Board of Directors for the Al Green Sculpture Studio and School, Flavio Belli lends his expert eye to showcase his favourite landscape pieces from this year's fair.
What's On Today
Collecting precious objects is a human urge dating back to ancient times. But what compels people to collect art? Grab a coffee and join this live discussion between David Mirvish and Neil Brochu, two strong voices in the Canadian art world: one, a former gallerist with a significant personal collection; the other, a museum professional with the responsibility of building and maintaining a public collection. Presented in partnership with The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery and supported by Designlines Magazine. If you haven't done so already, we encourage you to register now! Space is limited.
TOAF has always been a go-to for discovering fresh new talent in the Toronto art scene. This year is no different. Get to know the next generation of TOAF artists demonstrating exceptional talent in pushing the boundaries of their art forms with the help of moderator Tatum Dooley of Canadian Art Forecast. This exciting IGTV talk is sure to provoke new ideas around the possibilities of art!