Toronto Gallery Openings: Yonder, Residue: Tracing The Lore and more

Some of the best art shows to see across the city

Yonder, at Koffler Gallery and Artscape Youngplace (180 Shaw), September 21 to November 27, reception 6 to 9 pm September 21.

Twenty Canadians from diverse cultural backgrounds, including Brendan Fernandes, Jérôme Havre and Sanaz Mazinani, show art about the experience of displacement and uprooting. 


Diyan Achjadi and Brendan Tang: LT-1

Diyan Achjadi and Brendan Tang: Residue: Tracing The Lore, at Open Studio Gallery (401 Richmond West), September 16 to October 15, reception 6:30 to 8:30 pm September 16.

These two artists collaborate on an usual form of printmaking – they strap tiles with raised ornamental motifs that reflect patterns of migration to their own and relatives’ bodies, then photograph the imprints before they fade.


Douglas Coupland: Kimono Tetrad 206 and 207

Douglas Coupland: Polychrome, at Daniel Faria Gallery (188 St Helens), September 17 to November 5, reception 3 to 5 pm September 17.

Geometric works by the Vancouver-based artist and author play with 20th century colour theories by kimono designer Senzo Wada and architect Le Corbusier

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