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Gallery/Dealer Details - Ingram Gallery

49 Avenue Road
Toronto, ON M5R 2G3
Phone:416-929-2220

Passionate Setting
A warm and welcoming environment has distinguished the Ingram Gallery ever since it opened its doors in 1988, as a space to view, learn about and acquire art. The current location in Yorkville was established in 1999, where Tarah Aylward applies her wealth of experience and passion for Canadian creativity to their unique space at Hazelton Lanes, in the heart of the area’s gallery district.

Double Spaced
Ingram Gallery incorporates two exhibition spaces: The North Gallery is a contemporary space featuring painters from across the country, and The South Gallery is host to works of historical interest and artists who work in the historical tradition, ranging from landscapes to drawings, prints and sculpture. The gallery also incorporates an art library, featuring new and rare publications for perusal.

Pushing Envelopes
While the Ingram Gallery is located in upscale Yorkville, many of the exhibits focus on subversive ideas that challenge the status quo. This perspective has been reflected in shows like Sean Yelland’s Nameless Places, highlighting the bleaker side of Toronto life; Jon Claytor’s Until the Break of Day, portraits of people living on the margins; and Ricky Powell’s Public Access, an exhibition of photographs documenting the hip-hop subcultures in Brooklyn, NY and beyond.


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