Deliberately Ambiguous: Visual Arts Exhibitions Winter/Spring 2016 Reception

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Deliberately Ambiguous: Visual Arts Exhibitions Winter/Spring 2016 Reception
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Harbourfront Centre says
We're thrilled to announce that our winter/spring exhibitions this year will be part of Toronto Design Offsite Festival! From January 18-24, the Toronto Design Offsite Festival takes design out of the studio and into the city, transforming the city's downtown into a hub for all things design.

Visit our galleries during Toronto Design Offsite Festival for a first look at the exhibitions, which officially run from January 23 to June 19. This season, our winter exhibitions feature artists who reinvigorate their discipline. Working in craft, design, photography and installation, these twenty-seven artists reveal how they embrace all aspects of contemporary culture.

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Opening Reception
Friday, January 29, 6–10pm
FREE
Join us for the official opening reception for our winter/spring exhibitions! Enjoy a cash bar and snacks while you mingle with artists and Harbourfront Centre curators.

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Non-Objective
Marissa Alexander, Alexia Bilyk, Anouk Desloges, Helen Liene Dreifelds, Azza El Siddique, Andrea Kott, Marie-Eve G-Castonguay, Grant McRuer, Meghan Price, Linda Sormin, Alice Yujing Yan
Curated by Melanie Egan and Patrick Macaulay

Geo-Abstract
Owen Johnson, Pasha Moezzi, Kristian Spreen, Devon Thom
Curated by Melanie Egan and Patrick Macaulay

Abstractionists
Ruth Adler, Manuela De Medeiros, Libby Hague, Patrick Jenkins, Heidi McKenzie, Richard Sewell, Ron Shuebrook, Lynne Wynick
Curated by Patrick Macaulay

Last is First
Heather Goodchild and Naomi Yasui
Curated by Melanie Egan

Palimpsest
Ursula Handleigh
Curated by Patrick Macaulay
Part of CONTACT 2016

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For more information, visit http://www.harbourfrontcentre.com/visualarts/2016/deliberately-ambiguous/
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By: Harbourfront Centre

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