Everything Remains Raw
The Art Gallery of Sudbury invites the public to the opening of Everything Remains Raw: Photographing Toronto’s hip hop culture from analogue to digital, which has been organized and circulated by the McMichael Canadian Art Collection in Kleinburg. Dr. Mark V. Campbell, founder of Northside Hip Hop, has curated the exhibition. Campbell is a DJ (DJ Grumps), scholar and curator. He was co-founder of the Bigger than Hip Hop radio show. Prior to this exhibition, he curated Mixtapes: Hip hop’s lost archive (2016) and I was There Celebrating Steel City (2017). Campbell will be present for the exhibition opening and will present a curator’s talk at 6 p.m. The exhibition combines archival photography with new graffiti pieces from artists EGR, Eklipz and Elicser, as well as visual works by David Strickland and Mark Valino. The exhibition also features known and unknown works from photographers Craig Boyko, Michael Chambers, Stella Fakiyesi, Demuth Flake, Patrick Nichols, Sheinina Raj and Nabil Shash. The exhibition will be on display at the Art Gallery of Sudbury, 251 John St., from Nov. 29 to Feb. 17, 2019. The gallery is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday from 12-5 pm. For more information, please go to artsudbury.org or call 705-6754871.