GET NOTICED: 16 NEW ARTISTS SELECTED BY MARIANNE KATZMAN AND RICHARD RHODES
The Red Head Gallery is pleased to present Get Noticed; our bi-annual exhibition of visual artists selected by Toronto gallerists noted for actively raising the bar for Canada’s commercial art world. Artists were selected by Marianne Katzman of Katzman Contemporary, and Richard Rhodes of Richard Rhodes Dupont Projects. The exhibition will be on view at the Red Head Gallery from November 30 to December 17, with an opening reception on Friday December 9, 6PM - 8PM.
THE SELECTED ARTISTS ARE:
Gordon Belray, Toronto Amélie Jérôme, Montreal
Katherine Blaszczak, Mississauga Kristine Mifsud, Toronto
Hannah Campbell, Vancouver Jordan Nahmias, Toronto
Emma Carney, Tottenham Sara Pearson, Toronto
Caroline Chan, Toronto Ryan Pechnick, Halton Hills
Robert Davidovitz, Toronto Gord Peteran, Toronto
Hani Habashi, Toronto Matthew Tarini, Edmonton
Colin Hill, Toronto Diana Yoo, London
Marianne Katzman is the director of Katzman Contemporary. She is interested in re-imagining traditional commercial exhibitions with curatorial interventions and discursive events. Katzman Contemporary is invested in cultural exchanges, connections among art, artists, discourse, curatorship, and community, and participating in an international discourse.
Richard Rhodes is an author, arts journalist, curator, educator, photographer, and editor. He held the position of Editor of Canadian Art magazine from 1996 through 2015. Rhodes has been Curator of the Power Plant in Toronto, Adjunct Curator at Oakville Galleries, founder of the visual arts publication C Magazine, a review contributor to Artforum magazine in New York, an essayist on Vija Celmins for Artangel, London as well as a popular lecturer and teacher at Ryerson University and the Ontario College of Art and Design. As a curator he organized the 2010 Alberta Biennial of Contemporary Art, and in 2003 received the Toronto Friends of the Visual Arts Achievement Award. As a photographer he illustrated the City Sites and Material World columns at Toronto’s Globe and Mail newspaper. He is the author of A First Book of Canadian Art. He currently is owner and director of Richard Rhodes Dupont Projects a gallery of contemporary Canadian art in Toronto.