14 September – 11 December 2016
Opening Reception: Wednesday, September 14, 6 – 9 pm
Trained as a sculptor, since 2009 the German-born, Toronto-resident artist Iris Häussler has been painting. But not just any painting. It’s been out of date for a hundred years! In fact (or is it fiction?), after teaching herself how to paint, Häussler has produced the complete oeuvre of unknown French artist Sophie La Rosière who died in 1948. In fact, Häussler has created …
The AGYU is pleased once again to participate as a Cultural Partner in the 2016 Art Toronto art fair, 28 – 31 October, at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Aspects of Iris Häussler’s Sophie La Rosière Project will be on view at the Daniel Faria Gallery booth.
After a decade of haunting the AGYU, the Peterborough-based Holiday Arts Mail-Order School (H.A.M.S.), a collaboration of Toronto novelist Derek McCormack and Toronto artist Ian Phillips, comes to an end. [Insert boo here.] Visit us at Edition—Toronto’s Art Book Fair (28–31 October) for the launch of the 1937 Yearbook, which features all five lesson plans, photos of the senior gradating class (including the Honour Roll) and faculty, a campus scrapbook (which charts the many manifestations of this project, including a large-scale installation of the “Haunted School House” presented at the 2011 edition of Art Toronto), and a student gallery featuring the work completed through this AGYU commissioned mail art project. H.A.M.S! H.A.M.S. forever!
And Die! Die! Die!
Our 2015 – 2016 Annual Report is now available. Take a look at what we did!