Group Exhibition Forest Spaces

Storefronts on Queen St E ⁠ accessible_forward
2180 Queen St E
May 1–25
Artists
  • Chloé Beaulac
  • Alan Bell
  • Nika Belianina
  • Johanna Carlo
  • Ajani Charles
  • Maria Ciampini
  • Shane Climie
  • Sonia D’Argenzio
  • Alice Da Silva
  • Carmin Davidson
  • Roger Dufresne
  • John Faragher
  • Soraya Farha
  • Henry Feather
  • Tori Foster
  • James Fowler
  • Eric Fruhauf
  • Hélène Grégoire
  • Brian Groberman
  • Elly Heise
  • Shaney Hermann
  • Christopher Hurst
  • Steve Kean
  • Cecelia Leddy and Nahanni McKay
  • Dawn Matheson
  • Kersti Meema
  • Leah Oates
  • Dror Orbach
  • Jackie Partridge
  • Victor Peters
  • Atia Pokorny
  • Ennio Pozetti
  • Durga Rajah
  • Darren Rigo
  • Evan Robinson
  • Clare Ross
  • Edriss Sydeqi
  • Mariana Topfsteadt
  • Alex Tran
  • Elisabetta Vigano
  • Will Wallace
  • Karen Young

Register online at kidnergallery.com for the free closing reception at the Balmy Beach Club on May 26 (360 Lake Front, at the foot of Beech Ave) and to view the exhibition photographs.

Forests offer a space for peace, solitude, and escape from urban chaos. Beckoning us, forests are places where time dissolves and the potential for expanding consciousness becomes possible.

The pandemic has awakened a desire to nurture creativity in harmony with nature. This multi-site, walking tour exhibition guides you into forest spaces through the lens of both emerging and experienced photographic artists who have ventured within the ethereal world of trees.

Special thanks to event sponsor Wafa and Jalila, Your Trusted Mother/Daughter Team, We Sell Toronto

Supporters: The Beaches BIA, The UPS Store #10, and Still Images

Curated by Jane Kidner

Durga Rajah holds a BFA in Photography from the School of Image Arts, Ryerson University. Interested in the formal and material aspects of photography, as well as in its potential as an expressive medium, Durga approaches photography as a way of making art, and has exhibited her work in Toronto and Vancouver. She is currently pursuing a Masters of Visual Studies in Studio Art at John H. Daniels School of Architecture, Landscape, and Design, University of Toronto.

Installation Views

    Forest Spaces