Skip to content

Tenant Category: Artist

Tenant Directory

Discover a village within the city

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.

Jose Cifuentes

Second floor, Studio 210

CIFUENTES is about the visual exploration of freedom. Working with the raw material of his own experience, CIFUENTES defies convention in favour of expressiveness. Prioritizing empathy, connectedness and emotional truth, the works examine the dynamic interplay of freedom and constraint. Starting out as a street artist, CIFUENTES still uses markers and spraypaint alongside acryllics and oil paint. With bright, deep and intimate colours, with gestural forms and acute detail, with broad knife-strokes and delicate colorations, CIFUENTES makes his exploration. The…

Kris Knight

Kris Knight is a Canadian painter whose narratives revolve around representation, queerness and intimacy. He is interested in the portrayal of diverse modes of masculinity, transforming various stereotypical traits often used to demean queer men into work that celebrates tenderness, vulnerability and ambiguity.

Marian Wihak Design

Second Floor, Studio 278

Visual artist, painting designer of theatre, film/television, and interiors.

Nancy Friedland

Second floor

Nancy Friedland is an artist investigating narrative, landscape, and darkness in her work. After studying photography at the Ontario College of Art and Design she completed her MFA at the Rochester Institute of Technology as a Sir Edmund Walker Scholar. She has received grants from the Ontario Arts Council and the Canada Council for the Arts, and has exhibited across Canada and internationally. In the past three years she has been exploring these same preoccupations through paint. Working mostly with…

Nathalie Quagliotto

Artist studio/ Conceptual Artist/ Installation/ Public art projects/ Design objects

Nour Bishouty

Second floor

Nour Bishouty is an artist working in a range of media including works on paper, digital images, sculpture, video, and writing. Her work engages with marginal narratives to pose questions around dissonance, opacity, legibility, and the generative possibilities of misunderstanding. Bishouty’s work has been exhibited in Canada and internationally including at Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography, Toronto (2022); the Museum of Contemporary Art, Toronto (2021); Darat Al Funun, Amman (2017); Casa Arabe, Madrid (2016); Access Gallery, Vancouver (2015); the…