Christopher Manson, Riot Act — The G20 in Toronto

CDCC is pleased to be at the Vancouver Art Book Fair (October 14–16, 2016) in spirit, via a selection of artist’s books, publications, and multiples featured by the Toronto Art Book Fair. Selected by TOABF co-founder, Maxine Proctor, these works represent some of the wonderful artists we have worked with on exhibitions, projects, and programs over the last three years. 

Tamara Gayer, RIOT tote bags and stickers
Maria Flawia LitwinThe National Girl
Christopher MansonRiot Act – The G20 in Toronto
Susana ReismanTime Flies
Lyla Rye et al, NetherMind

If you missed the fairs, contact us for information on these and other great editions, which we have available in-gallery for viewing and purchase, and will have online very soon.

TYPOLOGY at the Toronto Art Book Fair: June 16–19, 2016

TYPOLOGY is pleased to participate in the inaugural edition of the Toronto Art Book Fair with a pop-up exhibition in the project space, a vendor table in the third floor hallway, and an artist-led book arts workshop on the front lawn, hosted in partnership with Gallery 44 and generously supported by Japanese Paper Place. Continue reading

Moving Images in Contemporary Culture

This past fall, the Images Festival and TYPOLOGY launched Moving Images in Contemporary Culture, a new series of talks and workshops on the changes, challenges, and advances in curating and presenting the moving image. Our pilot event, Beyond the Projection, took place on October 17 with the participation of many local curators and programmers. Our second event, The Space of Production: Notes on Technical Support, took place January 23 and featured a presentation by Victoria Brooks, EMPAC Curator of Time-based Visual Art. Continue reading

Opening soon: Script, Stage, Screen | Ciprian Mureșan, curated by Oana Tanase

Dog Luv (still), 2009. HD video transferred to Blu-ray. 30:56 min.

TYPOLOGY presents Script, Stage, Screen | Ciprian Mureșan, curated by Oana Tanase. Featuring a critical selection of this internationally known artist’s experimental films, Script, Stage, Screen is the first solo exhibition of Mureșan’s work in Toronto, which we are very pleased to present in partnership with the 29th edition of the Images Festival (April 14–23, 2016). Continue reading