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The Power Plant

The Power Plant is Canada’s leading non-collecting public art gallery dedicated to contemporary visual art. It is a vital forum for the advanced artistic culture of our time that offers an exceptional facility and professional support to diverse living artists while engaging equally diverse audiences in their work.

Toronto

Canada
Address:
231 Queens Quay West
M5J 2G8
Phone: 416-973-4949
Website: www.thepowerplant.org


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Current Exhibitions

7 June–1 September 2008
'Not Quite How I Remember It'
Diane Borsato (Canada) / Gerard Byrne (Ireland) / Nancy Davenport (Canada) / Felix Gmelin (Sweden) / Sharon Hayes (USA) / Mary Kelly (USA) / Nestor Krüger (Canada) / Michael Maranda (Canada) / Olivia Plender (UK) / Walid Raad (Lebanon/USA) / Dario Robleto (USA) / Michael Stevenson (New Zealand) / Kelley Walker (USA) / Lee Walton (USA)

Curated by Helena Reckitt, Senior Curator of Programs


Forthcoming Exhibitions

20 September–23 November 2008
Scott Lyall, ‘The Color Ball’
Curated by Gregory Burke, Director

20 September–2 November 2008
Harrell Fletcher, ‘Ten Days’
Curated by Helena Reckitt, Senior Curator of Programs

20 September–23 November 2008
Manon de Boer




Previous Exhibitions

http://www.thepowerplant.org/past/past.html


Location And Getting There

231 Queens Quay West
Toronto, Ontario
Canada

DIRECTIONS

TTC From Union Station

Take either the 509 or 510 streetcar west from inside Union Station (to exit from the subway platform by the correct stairs, look for the Harbourfront signs).

TTC From Spadina Station

Take the 510 streetcar south.

For detailed route and schedule information, please visit the TTC web site at www.toronto.ca/ttc/

Directions By Car

From Lakeshore Boulevard, all downtown Toronto exits access Queens Quay West and Harbourfront Centre. Plenty of parking is available on-site.

For detailed road, transit and attraction maps, please visit the City of Toronto web site at http://map.city.toronto.on.ca


Contact-Directors/Staff

Director
Gregory Burke

Senior Curator of Programs
Helena Reckitt



Opening Times

Tuesday-Sunday: 12-6 pm Wednesday: 12-8 pm
Closed Monday
Open Holiday Monday: 12-6 pm