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Annie MacDonell

Annie MacDonell is a Toronto-based artist working with film, photography, collage and installation.

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Alter Piece, is from MacDonell's series To Everything There is A Season.

Left: Annie MacDonell, Alter Piece, from the series To Everything There is A Season (detail), 2009

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Christine D'Onofrio

Christine D'Onofrio is a Vancouver based artist.

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Smarties presents the nostalgic childhood treat washed away of its color through licking on the surface. All eight colors display their own characteristics in the changed candy surface.

Left: Christine D'Onofrio, Smarties (Group of 4), 2004

Critical Art Ensemble

"Agitprop and Sloganeering"

Circuit Gallery is delighted to offer a series of posters drawn from two decades of Critical Art Ensemble's multi-media artistic practice.

The posters are available in an unlimited edition and sold both individually and as a set.

Left: Critical Art Ensemble, The Only First World Nation Where Medicine is a Business And Not a Human Right, 1989

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Carruthers and Wesley

Meredith Carruthers & Susannah Wesley are Leisure Projects, a collaborative practice that explores the idea of leisure.

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Watching Water: Views of Niagara Falls is an homage to the 19th-century artist Godfrey Frankenstein's epic Niagara Falls panorama.

Left: Meredith Carruthers & Susannah Wesley, Watching Water: Views of Niagara Falls (detail), 2009

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FASTWÜRMS

Formed in 1979 by Kim Kozzi and Dai Skuse, the FASTWÜRMS multidisciplinary practice melds high and popular cultures, bent identity politics, social exchange and a Witch positive DIY cinematic sensibility.

About this Edition

Props and tribute to Spotti Fang, a distinguished orange tabby brother in the barn cat family of the House of Bast.

Left: FASTWÜRMS, Spotti Fang 2009

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Susana Reisman

Susana Reisman is a photo-based artist who dedicates her time to making art and running Circuit Gallery.

About this Edition

Plastikos, is part of Susana Reisman's contribution to AbC's TRASH (2007).

Left: Susana Reisman, Untitled 9, from the Plastikos series, 2002

Overview

While the online gallery—with its offering of large editions at accessible pricing—is a vital part of what we do, special projects, physical exhibitions and more conventional sales and representation are an equally important part of our activity.

Circuit Gallery holds regular exhibitions and currently has a range of special projects and collaborations with diverse partners (especially helping non-profits with their various fundraising initiatives).

As of 2014 our new exhibition home is in the 401 Richmond building, a destination arts-hub in downtown Toronto, where we share exhibition space with Prefix ICA, presenting four shows at year at this respected venue. [ Google Map ]

In addition to mounting regular exhibitions, we currently have five special collaborative fundraising projects underway with local non-profit arts organizations and magazines. As a gallery we are keen to contribute and participate in the vibrant diversity of contemporary culture in our community and are eager to hear from anyone who wants to talk to us about ways to make that happen.