A Fundraiser for Gallery 44
Gallery 44’s annual fundraising exhibition in support of our education and exhibition programs. Representing the best in Canadian photography, Salon 44 brings together an incredible collection of over 60 established and emerging artists with works priced for both new and seasoned collectors alike. Salon 44 is co-chaired by Tatum Dooley and Maegan Broadhurst.
Participating artists include:
Steven Beckly, Brendan George Ko, Brian St. Denis, Camille Rojas, Carole Conde + Karl Beveridge, Danielle Goshay, Jennifer Murphy, Darren Rigo, Elisabeth Belliveau, Eric Garsonnin, Eve Tagny, Lucy Lu, Farihah Aliyah Shah, Michelle Bui, Fehn Foss, Fred Lum, Holly Chang, Jackson Klie, jamie campbell, Justin Aranha, Kotama Bouabane, Leila Fatemi, Laureen O'Connor, Tenzin Dorjé, Maggie Groat, Mark Sommerfeld, Atia Pokorny, Mike Goldby, Nam Phi Dang, Ruth Kaplan, Shannon Garden-Smith, Grace Wang, Shellie Zhang, Brian Hart, Vuk Dragojevic, Moez Surani, Jocelyn Reynolds, Oliver Husain, Alex Kisilevich, Zile Liepins, Jorian Charlton, Elise Rasmussen, Sophia Oppel, Twinkle Banerjee, Samuel De Lange, Bidemi Oloyede, sarah bodri, Karen Kraven, Juan Ortiz-Apuy
Image: Celia Perrin Sidarrous, Fluted forms, 2019. Courtesy of the artist and Bradley Ertaskiran
We are delighted to present Salon 44’s first Open Edition by artist Maggie Groat. The unframed edition is on sale now and will be available for purchase through March 20.
rise > ease > deeply is part of an ongoing study into imperfect symmetries, patterning and the possible utilities of images. Composed with found and modified photographs taken from the margins of 20th century printed matter, and through the process of decontextualizing, fragmenting and halving, a proposal, a map, a power-filled composition emerges. This work carries the energies and associations of the fragmented, but transforms through its orbital relations and compilation into a collection that resists categorization. The double, a shadow, tethers, rituals, way-finding, spectrums, twinning, cycling, fragmentation, pollination, fertility, the relationship between the astronomical and the terrestrial, visible and invisible marks, folding and unfolding, attraction, alternative utility, are some of the fragmented and interconnected ideas and preoccupations that orbit the compositions in this ongoing study.