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Full Opening and Event Listings

Across Canada Feb 19 to 25 2009
A new show of Alison Yip drawings, curated by Christopher Brayshaw and Adam Harrison, opens at Vancouver's CSA Space on Friday, February 20. A new show of Alison Yip drawings, curated by Christopher Brayshaw and Adam Harrison, opens at Vancouver's CSA Space on Friday, February 20.

A new show of Alison Yip drawings, curated by Christopher Brayshaw and Adam Harrison, opens at Vancouver's CSA Space on Friday, February 20.

THURSDAY FEBRUARY 19

HALIFAX Doug Guildford artist talk & catalogue launch 8pm Saint Mary’s University Art Gallery 5865 Gorsebrook Ave

HALIFAX Steph McNair opening 6pm Khyber ICA 1588 Barrington

QUEBEC CITY Charles Stankievech artist talk 4pm opening 5pm Galerie des arts visuels Laval 295 boul Charest E

MONTREAL “Collision 5” opening 6-9pm Parisian Laundry 3550 St Antoine O

MONTREAL Patrick Lundeen, Stacy Lundeen & Kyle Beal opening 7pm Galerie Push 5264 boul St-Laurent

MONTREAL Nicole Bauberger/Vitaly Medvedovsky opening 6-8pm FOFA Gallery 1515 Ste Catherine O

MONTREAL Josée Pellerin opening 6-9pm Galerie Orange 81 rue St-Paul E

OTTAWA John Davies mini-talk 12:15pm Andrea Kunard curator talk 6pm National Gallery of Canada 380 Sussex Dr

TORONTO “Cameralinks 2009” opening 3-6pm Gallery 44 120-401 Richmond St W

TORONTO Vera Frenkel & Tess Takahashi artist talk 7:30pm Prefix 401 Richmond St W #124

TORONTO “Digital.Event.09”/Judson Michael Agla/ArTee Show openings 7-10pm Gallery 1313 1313 Queen St W

TORONTO Brent Roe, Ben Oakley & Matt Janisse opening 5-9pm Beckett Fine Art 120 Scollard St

TORONTO “Secret Identity” opening 5-7pm OCAD Student Gallery 285 Dundas St W

VANCOUVER “How Soon is Now” curator tour 7pm Vancouver Art Gallery 750 Hornby St

VICTORIA Robert Wise artist talk 7:30pm Art Gallery of Greater Victoria 1040 Moss St

VICTORIA Instant Coffee event 7pm 148-560 Johnson St


FRIDAY FEBRUARY 20

MONCTON Jacinthe Loranger/Jessica Arseneau, Sonia Blanchard, Sara Leblanc, Cédric Lejeune & Renée Savoie opening 8pm Galerie Sans Nom 140 rue Botsford

MONTREAL Jean-Maxime Dufresne opening 5pm Skol 372 rue Ste-Catherine O #314

MONTREAL Renée Lavaillante/Rodrigue Bélanger opening 5pm Galerie B312 372 rue Ste-Catherine O #403

TORONTO “Marvelous! Ruin! Collapse!” screening 6 & 7:30pm curator talk 7pm Vtape 452-401 Richmond St W

TORONTO Shay Semple opening 7-11pm Hunter & Cook 15 Ossington Ave

KITCHENER “Friday Night” event 8:30pm-12:30am Kitchener Waterloo Art Gallery 101 Queen St N

WINDSOR Carol Condé & Karl Beveridge opening 7pm Art Gallery of Windsor 401 Riverside Dr W

SASKATOON Jillian McDonald & Jo-Anne Balcaen artist talk 7pm reception 8-10pm Paved 424-20 St W

CALGARY Brendan Fernandes opening 8pm Truck 815 1st St SW

CALGARY Marbella Carlos & Chris Mandeth opening 7pm The New Gallery 200 Barclay Parade SW

VANCOUVER Amy Pelletier reception 7-9pm Malaspina Printmakers 1555 Duranleau St

VANCOUVER Alison Yip opening 6-9pm CSA Space 5-2414 Main St

VANCOUVER “Judgment and Contemporary Criticism” reception 8pm Artspeak 233 Carrall St

VANCOUVER Andrea Cooper opening 8pm Grunt 116-350 E 2nd Ave


SATURDAY FEBRUARY 21

MONTREAL Grégory Chatonsky opening 5pm Oboro 4001 rue Berri #301

MONTREAL Eric Jerezano opening 4pm Galerie Trois Points 372 Ste-Catherine O #520

KINGSTON Christopher Flower workshop 3-5pm Modern Fuel 21A Queen St

TORONTO Barbara Balfour edition launch 1-3pm Art Metropole 788 King St W

TORONTO Mary Ayaq Anowtalik & Lucy Tasseor Tutsweetok first day Feheley Fine Arts 14 Hazelton Ave

TORONTO Cliff Eyland opening 2-5pm Leo Kamen Gallery 406-80 Spadina Ave

TORONTO André Kertész/“A Clockwork Orange” screenings 3pm Camera 1028 Queen St W

TORONTO Matthew Varey artist talk & closing reception 2-5pm Xexe Gallery 624 Richmond St W

TORONTO Stéphane La Rue opening 3-6pm Diaz Contemporary 100 Niagara St

LONDON “People in the Picture” first day Museum London 421 Ridout St N

EDMONTON “Get Caught in the Act” auction 8pm Latitude 53 10248 106 St

CALGARY Ciara Hossack opening 6-8pm Summit Fine Art 1604 10 Ave SW

VANCOUVER Andrea Cooper artist talk 2pm Grunt 116-350 E 2nd Ave

VANCOUVER “The Meaning is the Use” opening 6-8pm Blanket Contemporary 235 Alexander St

VICTORIA Instant Coffee artist talk 8pm 148-560 Johnson St


SUNDAY FEBRUARY 22

ANNAPOLIS ROYAL Tony Scherman first day Artsplace 396 St George St

OTTAWA Cindy Stelmakowich & Chantal Gervais artist talk 2pm Patrick Mikhail Gallery 2401 Bank St

TORONTO Nina Könnemann, Anna Berger, Keren Cytter, Viola Klein & Claus Richter screenings 8pm Cinecycle 129 Spadina Ave

TORONTO Don Thompson talk 11am Gibsone Jessop Gallery 55 Mill St Bldg 4


MONDAY FEBRUARY 23

GUELPH James Carl artist talk 7pm Macdonald Stewart Art Centre 358 Gordon Ave


TUESDAY FEBRUARY 24

TORONTO David Hammons, Glenn Ligon, Raymond Pettibon & Richard Prince first day Georgia Scherman Projects 133 Tecumseth St

GUELPH Maria Pezzano artist talk 12pm Macdonald Stewart Art Centre 358 Gordon Ave

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 25

KINGSTON Condé & Beveridge/Matt Rogalsky book launches 7-9pm Agnes Etherington Art Centre Queen’s University

TORONTO Peggy Taylor-Reid & Jim Reid first day Lonsdale Gallery 410 Spadina Rd

TORONTO Nina Könnemann opening 7-9pm Gallery TPW 56 Ossington Ave

LETHBRIDGE Raphaëlle de Groot demonstration 5-7pm Commuauté Francaise de Lethbridge 324 5 St S

This article was first published online on February 19, 2009.

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