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Lausberg Contemporary

Galerie Bernd A. Lausberg serves as a forum for innovators in the field of contemporary art. Critical to the gallery´s choice of artists is the individual artist´s unnerving striving to establish new directions within established genres. This applies to those artists that are productive on and beyond the edge of the boundaries of painting, figure drawing, and sculpture as well as those whose conceptual and thematic creations serve as a bridge between
3-dimensional form and art of an installation character, or whose manifestation itself is a result of a particular engaged artistic and creative calling.

New media, materials and techniques are welcome ingredients in this quest to enhance or broaden traditional means of perceiving art.


326 Dundas Street West
M5T 1G5
Phone: 416 / 516 44 40
Fax: 905 / 625 42 21
Website: http://www.galerie-lausberg.com

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Artists Represented

Michael Burges, Stephen Cone Weeks, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Thomas Deyle, Thierry Feuz, Sabine Funke, Jakob Gasteiger, Kuno Gonschior, Vivi Haa, Maria Hahnenkamp, Lori Hersberger, Enrik Hüpeden, Jus Juchtmans, Gisela Kleinlein, Jae Ko, Imre Kocsis, Jan Kolata, Hans Kotter, Christian Megert, Harding Meyer, Milen Miltchev, Berit Myreboe, Francoise Nielly, Dany Paal, Jürgen Paas, Sybille Pattscheck, Frank Piasta, Marc Rembold, Peter Royen, Scharein, Nora Schattauer, David Simpson, Harald Schmitz-Schmelzer, Klaus Staudt, Gaby Terhuven, Norbert Thomas, Wolfram Ullrich, Carlos Estrada-Vega, Karina Wisniewska, Achim Zeman

Current Exhibitions

CONTACT feature exhibit
Lluis Barbas
May 2011

For CONTACT 2011, Lausberg Contemporary will feature the artwork of prominent Spanish contemporary photographer Lluís Barba. Barbas’ work is particularly exciting, as it serves to connect people, both living and dead that may never have had such a chance meeting in settings that also acknowledge, sometimes ironically, but always respectfully, the contributions of the great masters of the past.

In his artist statement for CONTACT 2011, Lluís Barba’s Travelers in Time work “reflects a critical and social view that contrasts with the visual language of expression as employed by the creators of certain masterpieces.” Barba’s intention is to “make a subjective revision of art of the past and create an interaction between historical characters and contemporary personalities.”

Forthcoming Exhibitions

Reverse Glass Paintings
June 9th - July 17th 2011
Opening: Thursday June 9th 2011 7-10pm

October 28 - November 1, 2011

October - November, 2011

November 30 - December 4, 2011

Previous Exhibitions

30 artist Canadian & International inaugural group exhibition
Feb 1 - April 24th, 2011

The inaugural Lausberg Contemporary Toronto exhibition of WINTER THAW features 30 artists – all of our Canadian and many international artists firmly rooted in the LC program, from new and emerged talent to investment level senior artists, many pioneers in their field – such as Joseph Drapell and Klaus Staudt.

Sculpture features strongly in WINTER THAW with works from Rafael Barrios, who did his undergraduate degree at OCAD. Additionally, of note, the new colour coated sculptural works of Toronto favourite Sophie DeFrancesca and Germany's Hans Schuele & Herbert Mehler. These works are suitable for out - or indoors.

Important conceptual painters, staple at Lausberg, not to be missed are:
Michael Burges, Marie Lannoo and Robert Schaberl.

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Art Fairs

Besides Art Toronto, LC artists have achieved greater global visibility and reputation
through participating in various international art fairs with Lausberg: Art Frankfurt, Art Cologne, Art Karlsruhe, Art Zurich, Art Moscow, Art Korea, Art Miami, Palm Beach3, Art Santa Fe, Art Chicago and the LA Art Show. The realization of larger scale installations in the galleries, fair and various off-site settings has helped strengthen the awareness of LC artists' commitment to realising larger-scale public art. In Toronto, most recent public art projects with LC artists short-listed: Liberty Village restoration, McMurtry Ministry of Justice, Concord City Place and off-site events like Nuit Blanche, upART and several exhibitions annually at the SPOKE CLUB.


Bernd Lausberg & Brian Torner, Directors
Diana Merta-Lizano, Assistant director

Opening Times

Tuesday to Sunday
12 - 6 pm