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OCTOBER 25-28 Metro Toronto Convention Centre arttoronto.ca Browse and collect artwork from the fair online at Artsy.net


SPECIAL PROJECTS

ART TOURS

Join one of many art tours and learn about a variety of topics including photography, historical art, Canadian art and collecting! Tours last approximately 45 minutes. Space subject to availability.

ALL THE ARTISTS ARE HERE Conceived and curated by artist Thom Sokoloski, ALL THE ARTISTS ARE HERE is large-scale installation that explores the visual impact of all the artists exhibited at Art Toronto 2013. Each artist is represented by a red-framed black and white photographic portrait which they or their gallery participated in selecting. While the galleries display the artwork of artists from all over the world, ALL THE ARTISTS ARE HERE brings the represented artists together as a group by offering Art Toronto and the viewing public the impact of all of their portraits in a suspended, larger than life optical work. Interactively, ALL THE ARTISTS ARE HERE allows engagement with both the artwork and the artists through the use of an everyday device, a smartphone. Searching for and registering a connection with the artists and their works by scanning a legend of associated QR-Codes provides a personal relation that can be bookmarked, used during the art fair and taken home.

Art Toronto 2013 MOCCA Benefit Edition Sarah Anne Johnson Gold Box, 2010/2013 12 x 18 inches chromogenic print with applied gold leaf edition of 25 unique prints Copyright Sarah Anne Johnson Courtesy Stephen Bulger Gallery, Toronto & Julie Saul Gallery, New York.

Friday October 25

Sunday October 27

TRUST THE EXPERTS: INTIMATE TOURS WITH EXPERTS FROM THE ART WORLD

EXPLORING CANADIAN ART 1pm AGO Booth #1408

4-5pm ADAC Booth #1400

Trust the Experts is a program of tours for both the experienced and novice art buyer and collector. Senior art professionals will engage audiences and explore the complexities of Canadian art. Join Merete Lewis, specialist at Mayberry Fine Art, for a tour highlighting Canadian modern art. Presented by the Art Dealers Association of Canada (ADAC)

Join Andrew Hunter, the Art Gallery of Ontario’s Fredrik S. Eaton Curator of Canadian Art, as he explores key works by Canadian artists dealing with issues of landscape, place, identity and the environment. Hunter will lead an exploratory tour of the fair considering contemporary works and making connections with historical work in the AGO collection and broader social and cultural histories.

ART OF COLLECTING

Saturday, October 26

1pm AGO Booth #1408

FOCUS ON PHOTOGRAPHY 1-2pm AGO Booth #1408

Join Sophie Hackett, Assistant Curator of Photography, Art Gallery of Ontario, and explore the role of photography in contemporary art.

ART OF COLLECTING 1-2pm AGO Booth #1408

Enhance your visit to Art Toronto 2013 by taking a professionally guided tour with AGO Art Rental & Sales. This year the focus is on emerging artists making their first debut at the fair. Find out who the newcomers are and why they were hand-picked by their dealers. The tour visits a number of Toronto galleries to discourse about their most promising new artists and the latest trends.

TRUST THE EXPERTS: INTIMATE TOURS WITH EXPERTS FROM THE ART WORLD

Enhance your visit to Art Toronto 2013 by taking a professionally guided tour with AGO Art Rental & Sales. This year the focus is on emerging artists making their first debut at the fair. Find out who the newcomers are and why they were hand-picked by their dealers. The tour visits a number of Toronto galleries to discourse about their most promising new artists and the latest trends.

TRUST THE EXPERTS: INTIMATE TOURS WITH EXPERTS FROM THE ART WORLD 4-5pm ADAC Booth #1400

Trust the Experts is a program of tours for both the experienced and novice art buyer and collector. Senior art professionals will engage audiences and explore the complexities of Canadian art. Join Jeanette Langmann, Director of Uno Langmann Limited Fine Arts, for a tour highlighting historical art. Presented by the Art Dealers Association of Canada (ADAC)

4-5pm ADAC Booth #1400

Art Toronto 2013 MOCCA Benefit Edition MOCCA and Art Toronto have commissioned Winnipeg-based artist Sarah Anne Johnson to produce a limited edition chromogenic print with applied gold leaf to benefit programming initiatives at MOCCA. This is the fifth year MOCCA and Art Toronto have collaborated to produce the Art Toronto MOCCA Benefit Edition, a fundraiser for MOCCA. Gold Box is available for purchase on-site at Art Toronto 2013 for $2,200 CDN.

Trust the Experts is a program of tours for both the experienced and novice art buyer and collector. Senior art professionals will engage audiences and explore the complexities of Canadian art. Join Elissa Cristall, Director of Elissa Cristall Gallery in Vancouver, for a west coast perspective of contemporary Canadian art from across the country. Presented by the Art Dealers Association of Canada (ADAC)

TORONTO LIFE NEXT LOUNGE BY INSTANT COFFEE Daily Edition

Get fresh news from Canadian Art during Art Toronto 2013! Follow along as their editors dish out the latest on what sold, who was there and what not to miss. The Canadian Art Daily Edition can be downloaded at canadianart.ca/arttoronto.

IC has built a seating area amalgamating and redesigning elements from their recent exhibition Take the Easy Way at MKG 127, which featured a graphic pattern based on the collective’s logo and inspired by the Danish designer Verner Panton. Instant Coffee West Coast Stools #1, #2 paint and resin on yellow cedar, 2012 Courtesy of MKG127, Toronto


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POWER TALKS

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Hear from leading art professionals about modern and contemporary art. Learn from some of Canada’s top collectors about what they buy and how they got started. Discover what’s happening on the international scene from artists, writers and curators. Get inspired to build or start your own collection of original art.

Friday October 25 BIG IN TORONTO

1-2pm Art Toronto Stage Join Matthew Hyland, Director of Oakville galleries; Jeanne Parkin, Art Consultant and Stephen Smart, art consultant in a discussion about Quebec artists in corporate, museum and private art collections in Toronto. Moderated by Émilie Grandmont-Bérubé, Director Galerie Trois Points and President of AGAC the talk will give the public an insider’s perspective about the process of acquiring art as well as an overview of noteworthy Quebec artists. Presented by the Contemporary Art Galleries Association, Quebec (AGAC)

INSIDE STORY

2pm Canadian Art Booth Get the stories behind the art with Canadian Art Managing Editor Bryne McLaughlin as he highlights his favourite artists and artworks appearing at Art Toronto. Join him in the Canadian Art booth where he will talk to visitors about some of the works that count at this year’s fair and about the artists who are involved with making them.

ART SHORTS TALK: LEARNING FROM APPRAISERS 2pm AXA ART Booth #1410

Join a discussion with AXA ART and members of the International Society of Appraisers as we converse on the topic of art appraisals. 20 minute discussion followed by a Q & A session.

COLLECT CALL: COLLECTORS SPEAK 3-4pm Art Toronto Stage

Toronto arts journalist Sarah Milroy meets with art collectors Samara Walbohm, Kenneth Montague and Joe Friday to discuss their approaches to collecting: why they do it, how they do it, and what they do when there’s no more wall space.

CELEBRATING 15 YEARS OF SUPPORTING EMERGING ARTISTS 4:30pm-5:30pm Art Toronto Stage

Robin Anthony, RBC Art Curator, will moderate a panel discussion on the impact of the RBC Canadian Painting Competition on the next generation of painters and why painting is alive and thriving in Canada. Joining Robin will be Richard Rhodes, Editor of Canadian Art, John Kissick, artist, Director of the School of Fine Art and Music at the University of Guelph and past RBC Canadian Painting Competition juror, Daniel Faria, Director, Daniel Faria Gallery and 2013 RBC Canadian Painting Competition juror and Beth Stuart, artist, 2010 finalist and winner of an Honourable Mention in the 2011 RBC Canadian Painting Competition. Presented by RBC Wealth Management

C Magazine: Conversations 5-6pm NEXT Lounge

C Magazine will host a series of discussions about experimental artist residency projects. Each half hour session will include C Editor Amish Morrell in conversation with organizers and participants from alternative residencies, including Matt Evans and Shinobu Akimoto from the Residency for Artists on Hiatus, Lucas Soi and Luis Jacob from the Gibraltar Point Thematic Residency Program, Chris Foster from the White Rabbit Festival, and Shannon Garden-Smith and others from the Roundtable Residency. Presented by Toronto Life

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TOM ECCLES, CURATING COLLECTIONS 6-7pm Art Toronto Stage

Tom Eccles is Executive Director of the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College (CCS Bard). Since joining CCS Bard in 2005, he has overseen the construction of the Hessel Museum of Art which opened in November 2006, co-curated the inaugural exhibition of the Marieluise Hessel Collection, Wrestle, among others, and commissioned the permanent installation of Olafur Eliasson’s Parliament of Reality on the grounds of Bard (2009). He also curated the sculpture park for the New York Frieze Art Fair in 2012 and 2013.

From 1996-2005, he was Director of the Public Art Fund in New York City, where he curated more than 100 exhibitions and artist projects. Eccles will discuss the founding of the Hessel Museum of Art and the building of its collection as a teaching resource to encourage and explore experimental approaches to the presentation of contemporary visual arts. 

Saturday, October 26 CANADA IN VENICE: CURATING THE NATIONAL PAVILION 1-2pm Art Toronto Stage

Josée Drouin-Brisebois is the Senior Curator of Contemporary Art responsible for the collections of Canadian and international contemporary art at the National Gallery of Canada. DrouinBrisebois will discuss her experience curating the last two exhibitions at the Canada Pavilion for the Venice Biennale, Steven Shearer: Exhume to Consume (2011) and Shary Boyle: Music for Silence (2013).  Presented by the National Gallery of Canada

INSIDE STORY

2pm Canadian Art Booth Get the stories behind the art with Canadian Art Associate Editor David Balzer as he highlights his favourite artists and artworks appearing at Art Toronto. Join him in the Canadian Art booth where he will talk to visitors about some of the works that count at this year’s fair and about the artists who are involved with making them.

ART SHORTS TALK: LEARNING FROM CONSERVATORS 2pm AXA ART Booth #1410

Join AXA ART and Sherry Phillips, Art Gallery of Ontario Conservator, Contemporary and Inuit Art Collections, as we discuss conservation in collection management. 20 minute discussion followed by a Q & A session.

CHANTAL PONTBRIAND, THE CONTEMPORARY, THE COMMON: INDISPENSABLE LINKS IN A GLOBAL WORLD 3-4pm Art Toronto Stage

Chantal Pontbriand is a contemporary art curator and critic. She founded PARACHUTE contemporary art magazine in 1975 and acted as publisher/editor until 2007. From 1982-2003, she was president and director of the FIND (Festival International de Nouvelle Danse) in Montréal. She was appointed Head of Exhibition Research and Development at Tate Modern in London in 2010. Presently, she is Associate Professor at the SorbonneParis IV, and President-founder of PONTBRIAND W.O.R.K.S. In 2013 she received the Governor General of Canada Award for an Outstanding Contribution in the Visual and Media Arts. Her new book, The Contemporary, the Common: Art in a Globalizing World, was recently published by Sternberg Press. Pontbriand’s talk will consider contemporaneity through art practices of the last two decades, a period in which global connections and concerns are growing, with a consideration of Canadian art within this global context.

SARAH ANNE JOHNSON IN CONVERSATION WITH MEEKA WALSH 4:30-5:30pm Art Toronto Stage

Photographer Sarah Anne Johnson and Border Crossings Editor Meeka Walsh have been talking since they first met in 2003. Theirs is a 10-year long, ongoing conversation that continues on Art Toronto’s main stage. This year Sarah Anne Johnson was commissioned to produce the Art Toronto MOCCA Benefit Edition, Gold Box.

C Magazine: Conversations 5-6pm NEXT Lounge

C Magazine will host a series of discussions about experimental artist residency projects. Each half hour session will include C Editor Amish Morrell in conversation with organizers and participants from alternative residencies, including Matt Evans and Shinobu Akimoto from the Residency for Artists on Hiatus, Lucas Soi and Luis Jacob from the Gibraltar Point Thematic Residency Program, Chris Foster from the White Rabbit Festival, and Shannon Garden-Smith and others from the Roundtable Residency. Presented by Toronto Life

THE NEXT GENERATION OF CANADIAN ART 6-7pm Art Toronto Stage

Moderated by Leah Sandals, Online Editor, Canadian Art. Hear from the next generation of art professionals in Canada, including collector and art historian Mary-Dailey Desmarais; critic Sky Goodden, Executive Editor of ARTINFO Canada; dealer Wil Aballe, owner of Wil Aballe Art Projects; and curator and consultant Lucas Soi, director of Soi Fischer.

Sunday October 27 THE FINE ART OF ESTATE PLANNING: WHAT TO CONSIDER WHEN BUILDING YOUR COLLECTION 1-2pm Art Toronto Stage

While art collecting can be an emotional affair, the sobering task of thinking about what to do with your collection in the future can be daunting and the process difficult to navigate. This discussion will examine topics such as when you should start thinking about planning your estate, what preparation is necessary, the advantages of donating and what professional advice is available. Jeanette Langmann, ADAC President, moderates, with panel participants including Sonia Lismer, Secretary, Canadian Cultural Property Export Review Board Niamh O’Laoghaire, Independent arts professional and former Director of University of Toronto Arts Centre, Stephen Smart, art consultant and collector and Stephen Bulger, Director of Stephen Bulger Gallery, Toronto. This Estate Planning 101 discussion should help you make informed choices as you build your collection. Presented by the Art Dealers Association of Canada (ADAC)

INSIDE STORY

2pm Canadian Art Booth Get the stories behind the art with Canadian Art Editor Richard Rhodes as he highlights his favourite artists and artworks appearing at Art Toronto. Join him in the Canadian Art booth where he will talk to visitors about some of the works that count at this year’s fair and about the artists who are involved with making them.

ART SHORTS TALK: LEARNING FROM APPRAISERS 2pm AXA ART Booth #1410

Join a discussion with AXA ART and members of the International Society of Appraisers as we converse on the topic of art appraisals. 20 minute discussion followed by a Q & A session.

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JULIA DAULT, COMING TO AMERICA 3-4pm Art Toronto Stage

Julia Dault is a Toronto-born artist based in Brooklyn, New York. This year she has presented solo exhibitions at Jessica Bradley, Toronto, and Galerie Bob van Orsouw, Zurich, and will participate in the group exhibitions Outside the Lines at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston and Americana: Selections from the Collection at the Pérez Art Museum Miami. Her next solo exhibition is at International Art Objects in Los Angeles in April 2014. She previously presented a solo exhibition as part of the series Inside the White Cube at White Cube Bermondsey, London, and participated in Roundtable, the Ninth Gwangju Biennale, and The Ungovernables, the second New Museum Triennial. Her work is included in the permanent collections of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, and the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto. Dault will discuss her work in relation to the fluid concept of home.

PERFORMING IN INSTITUTIONS 4:30-5:30pm Art Toronto Stage

Join Art Gallery of Ontario artists-inresidence Diane Borsato and Life of a Craphead for an overview of their recent performance work. Diane Borsato is a visual artist working in performance, intervention, video, installation and photography. She has exhibited in galleries and museums across Canada and internationally and is currently Associate Professor of Interdisciplinary Studio at the University of Guelph. She lives in Toronto. Life of a Craphead is the collaborative work of Amy Lam and Jon McCurley, comprising performance, comedy, theatre and video. Life of a Craphead live and work in Toronto and collaborate frequently with other artists and performers. Presented by the Art Gallery of Ontario

C Magazine: Conversations 5-6pm NEXT Lounge

C Magazine will host a series of discussions about experimental artist residency projects. Each half hour session will include C Editor Amish Morrell in conversation with organizers and participants from alternative residencies, including Matt Evans and Shinobu Akimoto from the Residency for Artists on Hiatus, Lucas Soi and Luis Jacob from the Gibraltar Point Thematic Residency Program, Chris Foster from the White Rabbit Festival, and Shannon Garden-Smith and others from the Roundtable Residency. Presented by Toronto Life


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