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Jill Greenberg’s Glass Ceiling Interview on Torontoist

Torontoist’s Kyle Bachan interviewed Jill Greenberg about her solo exhibition Glass Ceiling at OBC. The conversation details Greenberg’s experience while shooting her newest work, as well as her background in political and feminist theory. Read the full review here.

This week is the last week Glass Ceiling is on our walls; if you’ve yet to pay us a visit, be sure to come by before this Saturday, June 2nd!

National Post review of Jill Greenberg’s Glass Ceiling


Today’s National Post featured OBC’s CONTACT exhibition Glass Ceiling by Jill Greenberg.

Read the article online here, and don’t miss seeing this work in person! The exhibition runs until June 4th.

Jill Greenberg’s Glass Ceiling Featured on La Lettre De La Photographie

  OBC artist Jill Greenberg‘s solo exhibition Glass Ceiling, which runs until June 4th, was recently featured on photography blog La Lettre. Read the feature here.

Jill Greenberg’s Glass Ceiling included in canada.com’s Top 20 CONTACT Exhibitions

OBC artist Jill Greenberg‘s solo exhibition Glass Ceiling, on our walls until June 2, 2012, was recently listed in canada.com’s Top 20 CONTACT Exhibitions 2012. See their full selection here, and don’t miss this exhibition of Greenberg’s newest body of work.

Jill Greenberg at Semana de Arte Abril in San Paolo

OBC artist Jill Greenberg is participating this coming week at Semana de Arte Abril, an arts festival in San Paolo, Brazil. Greenberg will be giving lectures, workshops, and presentations for the festival, exhibiting her work as well.

Don’t miss Jill’s solo exhibition, Glass Ceiling, at O’Born Contemporary. The exhibition runs through June 2nd.

Glass Ceiling on Torontoist’s Best Bets for CONTACT 2012

Jill Greenberg‘s Glass Ceiling was featured on the Torontoist’s “CONTACT Photography Festival 2012: Our Photographers’ Best Bets“. See their full list here, and be sure to visit the gallery and see Greenberg’s newest body of work; the exhibition runs through June 2nd.

Jill Greenberg’s Glass Ceiling Featured on canadianartjunkie.com

We’re not the only one’s looking forward to the opening of Jill Greenberg’s much anticipated solo exhibition Glass Ceiling tomorrow, Friday, April 27th from 6 – 9. Joan Walters of canadianartjunkie.com featured the upcoming exhibition as one to look forward to. Read her post here, and don’t miss the chance to celebrate the opening reception of Glass Ceiling in the gallery tomorrow (Jill Greenberg will be in attendance).

Attend and share the opening reception on Facebook here.

Jill Greenberg’s “Commentary and Dissent” Reviewed in Art Ltd. Magazine

OBC artist Jill Greenberg‘s exhibition Commentary and Dissent at Katherine Cone Gallery in Los Angeles was recently reviewed for Art Ltd. Magazine’s Shana Nys Dambrot. Read the review here.

Don’t miss Greenberg’s first solo exhibition Glass Ceiling at O’Born Contemporary, opening April 27th from 6 – 9 p.m. For more information about this Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival feature exhibition, visit this page.

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