Happily Until Their Deaths: Ryan Travis Christian, David Jien, Adrienne Kammerer, Toshio Saeki @ Narwhal Projects, Toronto

Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 22, 2015
We are really excited about this one: Ryan Travis Christian, David Jien, Toshio Saeki, and Adrienne Kammerer are all in a fantastic looking show, "Happily Until Their Deaths," opening at Narwhal Projects in Toronto on October 20. The show is based around what curator Kristin Weckworth notes as “Happily Until Their Deaths” being once a popular concluding pronouncement to fairy tales in the 1600s. This eventually softened into the more familiar “happily ever after”.

Toshio Saeki @ Narwhal Projects, Toronto

Juxtapoz // Friday, May 09, 2014
Narwhal Projects is proud to present the first Canadian exhibition with Japanese master Toshio Saeki, who we just featured in our print edition of the magazine in a rare interview in the March 2014 issue. The works presented in this exhibition are comprised of original ink drawings from 1977-1983, and a rare series of fifty letterpress prints from Saeki’s 1972 publication Akai Hako (The Red Box). Presented in partnership with the Toronto Comic Arts Festival 2014.The show opened on May 8, and will run through May 24, 2014.

Preview: Paul Wackers "Almost Somewhere" @ Narwhal Projects, Toronto

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Narwhal Projects is pleased to present Brooklyn-based, American artist Paul Wackers's first solo exhibition with the gallery. Almost Somewhere features a new series of paintings by Wackers, furthering his representations of domestic accumulations and quiet collections: now with soft intercessions on the part of abstraction, there are moments that sigh across his new works with gentle energetic movement.

Souther Salazar "You and Me (and the Mouse in the Moon)" @ NARWHAL Projects, Toronto

Juxtapoz // Thursday, June 28, 2012
California's Souther Salazar headed up to Toronto recently for a new solo show, You and Me (and the Mouse in the Moon) at NARWHAL Projects. The show comprises of drawings, paintings, and sculpture, all featuring Salazars' playful styles and signature characters. Throughout the show, we follow the two protagonists through Salazar's universes. Consider it a journey show.


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