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Liam Crockard in The Art of Collage

Liam Crockard is in The Art Of Collage: Contemporary Collage in Modern Art edited by Gestalten.
Amazing work Liam!!

 

Artoronto.ca on Intervention!

INTERVENTION: Slapstick meets In Finite is covered in artoronto.ca! check out the post here: http://www.artoronto.ca/?p=20452

 

Opening Reception: INTERVENTION

Check out these photos from the opening reception of INTERVENTION!

Liam Crockard’s Month of Sundays on Mariam Nader’s Top 3 Canadian Exhibitions, Canadian Art

OBC artist Liam Crockard’s first solo exhibition in the space, Month of Sundays, has been listed on Canadian Art’s Mariam Nader’s top three Canadian exhibitions of the year. Read her review here!

OBC on the Canadian Art Gallery Hop Schedule

Next Saturday, September 24 will be a busy day; it marks both the last day of Liam Crockard‘s Month of Sundays andĀ  LOCATIONĀ³, the 2011 Canadian Art Gallery Hop. Hit two birds with one stone; visit O’Born Contemporary with the Canadian Art crew on the Area 5: Ossington Avenue tour from 3 – 4:40 p.m. Liam Crockard will be available in the gallery for conversation for the day.

Liam Crockard included in Chopped and Screwed at MKG127 Gallery

Gallery artist Liam Crockard‘s work is included in the group show Chopped and Screwed at MKG127 gallery two doors south of O’Born until July 30th. Curator Hugh Scott- Douglas will be rotating the works within the space daily, so second and third visits are suggested.

Chopped and Screwed‘s opening reception is this Saturday, July 9th, from 2 – 5 p.m. Hit two birds with one stone; visit Dominic Nahr’s The Wave at O’Born and then Chopped and Screwed afterward.

Liam Crockard’s Domestics at 107 Shaw

Liam Crockard‘s exhibition Domestics at 107 Shaw Gallery recently closed, but the documentation remains. Liam’s upcoming solo show at O’Born is approaching August 2011, and we’re very excited about it.

131 Documentation

Tom Blanchard took these fantastic installation shots of our new space and the grand reopening show 131; the show is a short one, only up until October 23rd, so be sure to visit us at our new space and check out the new artists we’ll be working with in the future.

Grand Re-Opening Exhibition: 131

O’Born Contemporary is pleased to announce our grand re-opening exhibition 131 featuring works by Robert Canali, Liam Crockard, Alex Fischer, Rafael Goldchain, Kate McQuillen, John Monteith, Dominic Nahr, Ed Ou and Noel Rodo-Vankeulen. 131 brings together this diverse group of artists to inaugurate our new space, to introduce our new curatorial team and foremost, to announce our broadened approach to medium-specific programming.
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131
September 25th- October 23rd, 2010
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Save the Date!

O’Born Contemporary is excited to announce that we are moving to 131 Ossington Avenue come September 1st. Donald E. O’Born, Natalie MacNamara and Lili Huston-Herterich invite you to attend and celebrate the new gallery launch. Join them for the grand reopening on Friday, September 24, between 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. Works from Robert Canali, Liam Crockard, Alex Fischer, Rafael Goldchain, Kate McQuillen, John Monteith, Dominic Nahr, Ed Ou, and Noel Rodo- Vankeulen will be exhibited in 131, our inaugural exhibition.

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