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Julie M. Gallery

The Julie M. Gallery launched in 1975, and was quickly established as a cutting-edge venue for contemporary art in Israel. Today, the gallery operates two locations, one in Toronto’s Historic Distillery District and another in Tel Aviv. Focusing on exceptional contemporary art, our roster includes local and international artists who work in drawing and painting, photography, sculpture, performance, new media, and experimental process work. By representing both emerging and established artists, we offer choices suitable to new and veteran collectors alike.

2012 features solo shows by Atsmon Ganor (painting, print, textile sculpture), Itamar Jobani (sculpture-installation), Jiri Ladocha (mixed media sculptural “painting”), and Ram Samocha (drawing, performance, new media).

Toronto

Canada
Address:
15 Mill Street
M5A 3R6
Phone: 416-603-2626
Fax: 416-603-2620
Website: http://www.juliemgallery.com




Artists Represented

Nadav Assor
Maya Bar
Deganit Berest
Anat Betzer
Dan Birenboim
Miriam Cabessa
Atsmon Ganor
Ilya Gefter
Hadas Hassid
Ruthi Helbitz Cohen
Itamar Jobani
Menashe Kadishman
Shai Kremer
Jiri Ladocha
Manal Mahamid
Karin Mendelovici
Yoram Merose
Assi Meshullam
Michal Na'aman
Joshua Neustein
Yeuhuda Porbuchrai
Michal Rubens
Ram Samocha
Gil Shachar
Yuval Shalgi
Eran Shakine
Alma Shneor
Shaoul Smira
Merav Sudaey
Michael Wesely


Sample Art Work (12)

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Current Exhibitions

​MATS NORDSTROM – IMPACT RESISTANCE​​
May 30 – July 21, 2013
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This solo exhibition of photographic and video work by Mats Nordstrom is the second exhibit presented by the Julie M. Gallery in the 2013 CONTACT Photography Festival. In five series, Impact Resistance depicts moments suspended in time by memories whose emotional impact resonates into the present.
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Forthcoming Exhibitions

UPCOMING EXHIBITION
​MATS NORDSTROM – IMPACT RESISTANCE​
​May 30 – July 21, 2012
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Impact Resistance features photographs and video that reflect philosophical engagement with the passage of time. Three photographic series, 33 bathhuts and a hotdogstand, Remnants, and Swimmers, pivot on moments of emotional vulnerability, exploring their place in human memory. Complemented by abstracted seascapes, these gentle and contemplative works prompt us to meditate on the formative moments that inflect the landscape of our pasts and resonate unexpectedly into our present.


Previous Exhibitions

Shai Kremer: Work in Progress

Where past series by Shai Kremer disclosed the trauma of militarization and empire on Israel’s landscape, Work in Progress presents two ongoing cycles of work from New York City: Notes from the Edges was born when Kremer immigrated to the United States in 2002, while the World Trade Center Concrete Abstracts are comparatively nascent.

Each Concrete Abstract is a palimpsest layering Kremer’s photographs of reconstruction taken since the bombing at the site of the World Trade Center. By moderating the opacity of varied photographs, he condenses time, space and sociopolitical referents into massive abstract visuals. This new series recalls the epic scale of Andreas Gursky, the critical urgency of Edward Burtynsky, and the innovation of Idris Khan. It has merited Kremer a nomination for the Guggenheim Fellowship.

Shai Kremer’s critical exploration of progress and capitalism is two-fold: the World Trade Center series undertakes a sustained excavation of the rising Freedom Tower (the charred but beating heart of New York), while Notes from the Edges zooms out to expose the detritus of late... [ Read all ]


Exhibition Photos (2)

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Art Fairs

Toronto International Art Fair
October 26 - 29, 2012
TIAF Opening Night Preview: Oct 25
Booth #1034

ArtHamptons
July 11 – 14, 2013
Booth 309
Toronto International Art Fair
October 28 - 31, 2011
TIAF Opening Night Preview: Oct 27
Booth #742

Fresh Paint Tel Aviv
Contemporary Art Fair
April 5 - 9, 2011
Booth #25

Pulse Miami
Contemporary Art Fair
December 3 - 7, 2008
Impulse, Booth I304

Art Cologne
Palma de Mallorca
September 19 - 23, 2007
Hall 1, Booth #25

ShContemporary
Shanghai
September 6 - 9, 2007
Area W1, Booth #9


Location And Getting There

Located in Toronto's beautiful Distillery District, at the intersection of Mill Street and Parliament.

15 Mill Street
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
M5A 3R6


Contact-Directors/Staff

Director: Erica Segal


Opening Times

Tuesday - Saturday 11am to 6pm
Sunday 12pm to 5pm