Narwhal Projects is pleased to share gallery artist collective Team Macho's new solo exhibition at Gitler &_____ in New York City.
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Toronto artist Alicia Nauta is currently exhibiting her work at Narwhal as part of the group show, Roll Up That Tender Air and the Plant Dies, the Colour Fades. We had a chance to visit her studio where Alicia shared insight on her process, inspirations, and the current exhibition.
Narwhal is pleased to share a new exhibition at the Toronto Arts Council Gallery featuring Jamiyla Lowe, among others. She will be exhibiting work originally shown at Narwhal as part [...]
Narwhal Director Kristin Weckworth co-curates “I think you’re wonderful and so does everyone else.” | May 15 – June 13, 2015
We are pleased to share the latest special project by The Venn Diagram (a curatorial partnership between Narwhal Projects Director Kristin Weckworth and Oakville Galleries Acting Curator Jon Davies). Featuring [...]
Leading up to her current showing at Narwhal Contemporary in Toronto, we stopped by the studio of Junko Mizuno in San Francisco to learn more about her work environment and [...]
For its First Thursdays art party on March 5, 2015, the Art Gallery of Ontario’s (AGO) has collaborated with OCAD U MFA Criticism and Curatorial Practice students to present Image [...]
Narwhal Contemporary in Toronto writes about Junko Mizuno’s paintings:“One reoccurring image is that of the iconic multi-armed goddess cloaked in symbols of life and wisdom, surrounded by fleets of devoted [...]
Junko Mizuno’s art has always been about powerful women — in the form of witches, mermaids, goddesses among others — who like to live their lives for themselves and who [...]
Junko Mizuno’s Delightfully Dark Paintings Feature A World Of Erotic Food FetishesBy Sara Barnes Japanese artist Junko Mizuno’s candy-colored works draw us into a world full of dark and erotic [...]
This Saturday, Junko Mizuno continues her 3-part series, “Junko Mizuno’s Food Obsession”, with “Ambrosial Affair” at Narwhal Contemporary gallery in Ontario. The first part was “Venus Cake”, where she set [...]