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AN­GELL GALLERY Ex­pe­ri­enced art dealer Jamie An­gell’s Queen West–area in­sti­tu­tion fo­cuses on the work of emerg­ing and mid-ca­reer artists, many of whom are Toronto-based. Wed.-Sat. 12 Oss­ing­ton Ave., 416-530-0444. an­gell­ ART IN­TE­RI­ORS Es­tab­lished in 1993, this gallery rep­re­sents more than 200 emerg­ing—pre­dom­i­nantly Cana­dian—artists and of­fers their works at af­ford­able prices. Mon.-Sat. 446 Spad­ina Rd., ste. 203, 416-4883157. Map 1 D2 art­in­te­ri­ ART METROPOLE Con­cep­tual art­works by Cana­dian and in­ter­na­tional artists work­ing in al­ter­na­tive media. Col­lec­tion ex­tends from the ’60s to con­tem­po­rary pieces. Also pub­lishes and dis­trib­utes artists’ book works and of­fers artists’ mul­ti­ples. Tue.-Sat. 1490 Dun­das St. W., 416-703-4400. art­ BAR­BARA ED­WARDS CON­TEM­PO­RARY Lo­cal art dealer Bar­bara Ed­wards’s gallery pre­dom­i­nantly show­cases the works of Cana­dian artists, in­clud­ing Robert Mur­ray, Jes­sica Stock­holder and Ray Mead. Wed.-Sat. 1098 Bathurst St., 647-348-5110. Map 1 F1 be­con­tem­po­ BAU-XI PHOTO This 2,400-square-foot sis­ter space of well-es­tab­lished Bau-Xi Gallery is ded­i­cated to the pho­to­graphic arts. Tue.-Sat. 324 Dun­das St. W., 416-9770400. Map 1 J3 BIRCH CON­TEM­PO­RARY For­merly known as Birch Li­bralato, this edgy con­tem­po­rary art gallery fea­tures the work of both emerg­ing and mid-ca­reer artists from Canada and the United States. Wed.-Sat. 129 Te­cum­seth St., 416-365-3003. Map 1 K2 birch­con­tem­po­ CLINT ROENISCH GALLERY Pro­gres­sive Queen West gallery home to works by in­ter­na­tional con­tem­po­rary artists. Wed.-Sat. 944 Queen St. W., 416-516-8593. clin­ COOPER COLE GALLERY Con­tem­po­rary gallery ded­i­cated to nur­tur­ing Cana­dian and in­ter­na­tional artists work­ing in a va­ri­ety of gen­res—from min­i­mal­ist sculp­ture to pop sur­re­al­ism. Tue.-Sat. 1161 Dun­das St. W., 647-3473316. coop­er­cole­ DANIEL FARIA GALLERY Con­tem­po­rary art space in a for­mer auto body shop. Es­teemed gal­lerist Faria has been ac­tive in the Toronto art scene for more than a decade, and rep­re­sents mostly Cana­dian artists of al­ready es­tab­lished re­pute. Tue. Sat. 188 St. He­lens Ave., 416-538-1880. daniel­faria­ DI­VI­SION GALLERY The ex­pan­sive Toronto out­post of a well-known con­tem­po­rary gallery in Mon­treal is

a 7,000-square-foot space that hosts ex­hi­bi­tions by a va­ri­ety of cut­ting-edge Cana­dian artists. Oc­ca­sional group shows of in­ter­na­tional prove­nance, too. Tue.-Sat. 45 Ernest Ave., 647-346-9082. ga­leriedi­vi­

FE­HE­LEY FINE ARTS A renowned ex­hibitor of Inuit art, in­clud­ing con­tem­po­rary and early sculp­ture, graph­ics, masks and wall hang­ings by gallery artists from the Cana­dian Arc­tic. Tue.-Sat. 65 Ge­orge St., 416-323-1373.

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GALLERY 44 Founded in 1979, this artist-run cen­tre is com­mit­ted to show­ing the best of con­tem­po­rary pho­tog­ra­phy. Of­fers ed­u­ca­tional pro­grams, tours and work­shops to sup­port lo­cal artists. Tue.-Sat. 401 Rich­mond St. W., ste. 120, 416-979-3941. Map 1 K2

GE­OR­GIA SCHER­MAN PROJECTS Gallery fea­tures con­tem­po­rary artists, in­clud­ing Tony Scher­man and Ross Bell, who work in a va­ri­ety of media in­clud­ing paint­ing, sculp­ture and mixed media. Tue.-Sat. 133 Te­cum­seth St., 416-544-4112. Map 1 K1 geor­giascher­

IN­DEX G A three-storey build­ing just north of the Gladstone Ho­tel, this gallery space com­prises G+ Gal­leries, Lee Ka-Sing Gallery and Chi­nese Con­tem­po­rary Xchange Art Projects, which host a va­ri­ety of spe­cial ex­hi­bi­tions. 50 Gladstone Ave., 416-535-6957. in­

JES­SICA BRADLEY ART + PROJECTS In the city’s west end, this gallery rep­re­sents emerg­ing and mid­ca­reer in­ter­na­tional artists whose work is not bound by medium. Wed.-Sat. 74 Miller St., 416-537-3125. jes­si­cabradle­yart­

KINS­MAN ROBIN­SON GAL­LERIES Cana­dian his­tor­i­cal and con­tem­po­rary paint­ings, sculp­ture and in­ter­na­tional works on pa­per. Also rep­re­sents such lead­ing First Na­tions artists as Robert David­son and the late Nor­val Mor­ris­seau. Tue.-Sat. 108 Cum­ber­land St., 416-9642374. Map 1 G4 kins­man­robin­

LISS GALLERY Since 1983, the gallery has pro­moted con­tem­po­rary Cana­dian and in­ter­na­tional art in paint­ing, pho­tog­ra­phy, sculp­ture and lim­ited-edi­tion prints by es­tab­lished artists. Tue.-Sat. 140 Yorkville Ave., 416-7879872. Map 1 G4 liss­

LOOP GALLERY This col­lec­tive of Toronto artists shows works in an ar­ray of media, in­clud­ing paint­ings, sculp­ture, pho­tog­ra­phy, draw­ings and in­stal­la­tions. Wed.-Sun. 1273 Dun­das St. W., 416-516-2581. loop­

MIRA GO­DARD GALLERY Three storeys of etch­ings, paint­ings, sculp­tures and prints. Col­lec­tion in­cludes paint­ings by Christo­pher and Mary Pratt and Alex Colville, plus works from the es­tate of David Milne. Tue.-Sat. 22 Hazel­ton Ave., 416-964-8197. Map 1 G4 go­dard­

MKG127 Con­tem­po­rary gallery dis­plays works in var­ied media, of­ten with a con­cep­tual fo­cus, by artists from Toronto and abroad. Wed.-Sat. 1445 Dun­das St. W., 647-435-7682.

NAR­WHAL Junction-area gallery presents ex­hi­bi­tions by con­tem­po­rary con­cep­tual artists from Canada and abroad, whose pieces are al­ter­nately thought­pro­vok­ing and whim­si­cal. Open daily. 2988 Dun­das St. W., 647-346-5317. nar­whal­pro­

NI­CHOLAS METIVIER GALLERY Owned by vet­eran art dealer Metivier, this King West gallery rep­re­sents an in­ter­na­tional ros­ter of ma­jor con­tem­po­rary artists work­ing in a va­ri­ety of media. Tue.-Sat. 451 King St. W., 416-205-9000. Map 1 L2 metivier­

O’BORN CON­TEM­PO­RARY Gallery fea­tures var­ied works—by emerg­ing and es­tab­lished artists—that bal­ance in­tel­lec­tual so­phis­ti­ca­tion with com­mer­cial al­lure. Photo-based pieces are prom­i­nent; also some paint­ings and mixed-media works. Tue.-Sat. 131 Oss­ing­ton Ave., 416-413-9555. oborn­con­tem­po­

OLGA KOR­PER GALLERY Es­tab­lished in 1973, this gallery fea­tures con­tem­po­rary Cana­dian and in­ter­na­tional art in a beau­ti­fully re­stored in­dus­trial space. Rep­re­sents Lynne Co­hen, Bar­bara Stein­man and oth­ers. Tue.-Sat. 17 Mor­row Ave., 416-538-8220. ol­gako­r­per­

PAUL PETRO CON­TEM­PO­RARY ART An es­tab­lished gallery for con­tem­po­rary art that is also one of Toronto’s lead­ing deal­ers of works on pa­per. Wed.-Sat. 980 Queen St. W., 416-979-7874.

STEPHEN BUL­GER GALLERY This es­tab­lished gallery is a well-loved show­case for Cana­dian and in­ter­na­tional pho­tog­ra­phy that em­pha­sizes so­cial doc­u­men­ta­tion. Also boasts an art book­store with hun­dreds of ti­tles. Tue.-Sat. 1026 Queen St. W., 416-504-0575. bul­ger­

SU­SAN HOBBS GALLERY Con­cep­tual art­works in styles rang­ing from sculp­ture, in­stal­la­tion, pho­tog­ra­phy, paint­ing, video and draw­ings. Artists rep­re­sented in­clude Ian Carr-Harris, Shirley Wi­itasalo, Robert Wiens, Kevin Yates and Di­dier Cour­bot. Thu.-Sat. 137 Te­cum­seth St., 416-504-3699. Map 1 K1 su­san­

THOMPSON LANDRY GALLERY Spread across two gor­geously re­stored build­ings, this gallery spe­cial­izes in con­tem­po­rary Que­bec artists and sculp­tors as well as the great mas­ters of Que­bec. Tue.-Sun. Dis­tillery His­toric Dis­trict, 32 Dis­tillery Ln. & 6 Trin­ity St., 416-364-4955.

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