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Event Category: Art

What’s On

Art openings, exhibitions, talks, and more

401 Richmond, along with our tenants, is host to a variety of art and cultural events. Here you’ll find upcoming events listings. To stay in the know about art openings, exhibitions, talks and more, sign up for our What’s On newsletter.

“Deep Cs” by Stéphane Alexis

Abbozzo Gallery, 401 Richmond Street West, Toronto, Ontario, M5V 3A8 May 5, 2023 to June 3, 2023

Stéphane Alexis Deep Cs May 5 –June 3, 2023 Reception: May 5, 2­­023 from 5-8 pm Artist will be present in the gallery on May 5, 2023 from 5 – 8pm for the Opening Reception For this year’s Contact Photography Festival, we are excited to present our first solo exhibition with Stéphane Alexis. Deep Cs brings together two independent projects by Alexis: Chains & Crowns and The Collection. Join us on Friday, May 5th , from 5-8pm for the Opening Reception of Deep Cs, Stéphane Alexis will be …

Rules We Are Taught by Lois Scklar

Red Head Gallery May 24, 2023 to June 17, 2023
Wed - Sat, 12 - 5 pm

Dates of Exhibition: May 24 – June 17, 2023 Opening Reception: Friday June 9, 2023 from 5-8 pm | Rock and Roll Dancing 7-8 The Red Head Gallery is pleased to showcase Rules We Are Taught by Lois Schklar. Although my work has shifted and changed over time, each body of work is connected by a shared sensibility and history that I strive to integrate into my artmaking. – Lois Schklar In Rules We Are Taught, Lois Schklar’s intention is …

Nuit Blanche 2023

401 Richmond Street West September 23, 2023 to September 24, 2023
7PM - 7AM

Nuit Blanche, Toronto’s all-night celebration of contemporary art, returns this fall for its 16th edition.  Throughout Nuit Blanche Toronto’s 12-hour spectacle, 401 Richmond will be teeming with dynamic and interactive exhibitions, installations and performances.. Two floors of creative exploration await Nuit Blanche Toronto revellers for a unique experience that both highlights a diversity of cultural practice and showcases the iconic address that continues to transform Toronto’s cultural landscape.