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Group Exhibition at Daniels Spectrum
Nuit Rose takes off for the stars in 2017 with the theme, What Lies Between Venus & Mars? This year, Nuit Rose honours Regent Park with a major group exhibition of painting, drawing, photography, video and sculpture. Our exhibition is installed on the second floor.
Exhibition: June 14th – July 4th
Opening: June 14th, 7:00 – 10:00 pm
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- Irem Harnak – Made This Way
This photo-based transmedia project, tells real-life stories challenging gender norms.
- Jieun-June Kim – Floating Home
Kim uses painting to examine the liminal space between her homes in Seoul and Toronto.
- John Simone – RuPaul: Evolution of an Icon
This archival photo project documents RuPaul’s wild and wacky beginnings in the New York club scene.
- Rob Croxford – HOMOnym
Through this exhibition of paintings, Croxford uses wordplay to reclaim playground slurs.
- August Kay – Neither She nor He
Kay’s multi-media work examines the lives of queer, urban youth through planetary imagery.
- Ayla Mode – This Rose, Clothed Blue
Drawing on a trans-feminine perspective, illustrator Ayla Mode challenges society’s imposed gender roles.
- Francisco De la Barra – you BULLY me
This portrait series shows men repressed by external questionings of their identities.
- Georgia Kirkos – Women Who Wear Plaid
This portrait series reclaims plaid as a symbol of lesbian identity despite mainstream popularity.
- Gun Roze – Street Abstractions and Portals
Roze’s street photography encourages viewers to question assumptions and recognize the mystical in everyday life.
- Joel MacMeekin – Floral Familia
This painting represents the beauty, love and diversity of chosen families.
- Jolene Eeuwes – Let’s Open The Truth
Eeuwes’ work combines origami and the unpredictable art of botanical print-making.
- Justin de Lima – First Gentrification
This installation explores a gentrifying Toronto through the lens of a queer child of Portuguese immigrants.
- Kim Atlin – where the lines are drawn
Juxtaposing garden scenes against industrial buildings, this work explores the relationship between the natural world and human intervention.
- parowpictures – ONE
This photographic installation uses tiny flash cards intended to evoke memory and inclusion.
- Sarah Hunter – Gender Queer Portraits
These five works explore a spectrum of gender expressions, drawing on historical portraits of queer artists.
- Shira Spector – Red Rock Baby Candy: Infertility, Pregnancy Loss, My Dad’s Cancer & Me-Excerpt
This excerpt from Spector’s graphic memoir is a surreal romp on myriad ways a body can fail its owner.