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Photos/Recap: Toronto’s Power Plant Art Gallery Transformed Into Speakeasy for Power Ball: 21 Club

By: Staff – Last night much was revealed as The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery welcomed a sophisticated mix of Toronto’s most influential notables, taste makers and influencers at Canada’s most avant-garde and vibrant gala, Power Ball: 21 Club. The Power Plant was transformed into an illicit speakeasy, where guests enjoyed a night of revelry … Continue reading

Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery announces artists for Power Ball: 21 Club

By: Staff – The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery has announced the pre and main party artists in anticipation of one of Canada’s most influential and vibrant galas, Power Ball: 21 Club. For one night only, The Power Plant will transform into an illicit speakeasy, inviting guests to celebrate the city’s most notorious art world … Continue reading

Photos: Long Winter (Year Three / Volume Three) @ The Great Hall

Photos by: Kevin Leung – The third Long Winter concert of the ongoing concert series’ third year took place at The Great Hall in Toronto last night, and featured music from Toronto-based psychedelic space rock band Moon Wood, indie pop singer-songwriter Alden Penner (Clues, The Unicorns), and more, along with performance art, arcade games, food, visual art, and film. If … Continue reading

Hyper-Pop: Urban Vinyl Art Exhibit Subverts, Defies, and Upholds Pop-Culture

By: Patrick Topping (@ptopp_ing) – The Design Exchange (DX) in downtown Toronto hosted a media preview for their upcoming “This is Not a Toy” exhibit yesterday. The exhibit celebrates the “urban vinyl” medium in pop and hyper-pop art, largely brought to public renown by international artists like KAWS, Los Angeles-based collective FriendsWithYou, and the celebrated Takashi Murakami, … Continue reading

Examine the enigma that is David Bowie at ‘David Bowie Is’ at the AGO

By: Shelby Monita (@shelbymonita) – Today, The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) opened its doors to David Bowie Is. Curators Geoffrey March and Victoria Broackes first produced this exhibit for The V&A in London, and it’s now embarking on an international tour with its first stop being Toronto. The exhibit, which takes up two floors of the AGO’s contemporary wing has … Continue reading

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