Tommy Calderon, Durga Rajah Artist Talk and Closing Reception

Artspace Gallery ⁠ accessible_forward
401 Richmond St W, Suite LL106
May 28, 1–2pm

On the last day of their exhibition Fixations: Thoughts on Time, join artists Tommy Calderon and Durga Rajah for an artist talk and closing reception. Part of 401 Richmond’s Doors Open Toronto event.

Tommy Calderon is a Toronto-based artist and photographer. Interested in the idea of realities, perception, and the ego, he explores the world in reference to historical non-fiction and the art-historical. A disbeliever in the common narrative, his work attempts to shift the routine of our everyday existence to the cathartic acts of self-reflection and independence.

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.