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Tenant Category: Gallery

Tenant Directory

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401 Richmond is home to a community of over 140 artists, cultural producers, social innovators, galleries, festivals, and shops. Browse our full tenant directory or select a tag below to view our tenants by category.

A Space Gallery

First floor, Studio 110

Established in 1971 as one of the first multi-disciplinary artist run centres, A Space has played a significant role in the evolution of contemporary art in Canada. Over the past decades, A Space has developed a curatorial practice that is inclusive of diverse aesthetics, politically engaged, technically innovative and representative of our Membership. A space has a thirty-five year history of multi-disciplinary artist-run activity. The organizations’ mandate encompasses the investigation, presentation and interpretation of contemporary art forms, different disciplines and…

Abbozzo Gallery

First floor, Studio 128

Established in 1993, Abbozzo Gallery is a commercial gallery representing Canadian and International artists. We are one of Toronto’s finest contemporary art galleries devoted exclusively to selling original works of art. We pride ourselves in offering a  friendly, welcoming atmosphere for both the experienced and new collector and offer a full range of services from consultation in your home or office, framing and restoration services, free local delivery and installation, world-wide shipping and payment plans. Host your special event at…

Critical Distance

Critical Distance Centre for Curators (CDCC) is a not-for-profit gallery, publisher, and professional network devoted to the support and advancement of curatorial inquiry in Toronto, Canada, and beyond. With a focus on critically-engaged, collaborative, and cross-disciplinary practices, underrepresented artists and art forms, and community outreach and education in art and exhibition-making, Critical Distance is an open platform for diverse curatorial perspectives, and a forum for the exchange of ideas on curating and exhibition-making as ways to engage, inform, and connect people…

Gallery 44

First floor, Studio 120

Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography is a non-profit artist-run centre committed to photography as a multi-faceted and ever-changing art form. Founded in 1979 to establish a supportive environment for the development of photography, Gallery 44’s mandate is to provide a context for reflection and dialogue on contemporary photography and its related practices. Gallery 44 offers exhibition and publication opportunities to national and international artists, award-winning education programs, and affordable production facilities for artists. Through its programs Gallery 44 is…

Le Labo

Second floor, Studio 277

Established in 2006, Le Labo is a center for francophone media arts in Toronto, supports and disseminates the work of artists in Toronto. Recognized for its strong community, Le Labo is a dynamic organization, catalyst for the practice of media arts in Toronto. As a member of the artistic community and the French-speaking community, the objectives of Le Labo are to support incubation, innovation, creation and production in the media arts, as well as to promote collaboration and dissemination.

Open Studio

First floor, Studio 104

Open Studio is an Artist-Run Centre dedicated to contemporary print and is located in downtown, Toronto, on the traditional territories of the Anishinaabe, the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Haudenosaunee, the Huron-Wendat, and the Chippewa that is home to many First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples. As a non-profit, charitable organization, Open Studio aims to offer accessible, inclusive and affordable printmaking facilities, programs and services for artists and the public across Canada and abroad. We support artists in the creation…