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Cataract: New works by Julia Dickens and Greg Zenha

@ The White House Studio Project
277.5 Augusta Ave.

Vernissage: July 15th, 7pm.
Gallery Open: July 16th and 17th, 1 – 5pm.

1) an eye disease that involves the clouding or opacification of the natural
lens of the eye
2) a large waterfall; violent rush of water over a precipice.

This exhibition of recent work from Julia Dickens and Greg Zenha, consists of drawings, paintings, photography and film, and initially began as a reunion of two friends. Developed as a means of individually documenting memory and personal experiences, the artists found a common dialogue within their ideas: a sense of frustration but also humour, a break down of significant events, the emotional cataract that follows, and the desire to create meaning of those events in hindsight.

The mirror that Greg and Julia hold up to each other reflects three thresholds. Initiating a conversation between the two artists but also with the viewer. The ambiguity of these three images triggers an emotional memory, ideally exposing the viewer to something within themselves and their own experiences.

Julia Dickens is currently completing a BA in Illustration with minors in Printmaking and Painting & Drawing. She is a former board member at the White House Studio Project, and has shown work in various group shows in Toronto and Ottawa.

Greg Zenha is a graduate of the School of Photographic Arts in Ottawa, specializing in large format film photography. He currently lives and has his studio in Montreal, Canada. This is Greg’s first Toronto exhibition, and Greg and Julia’s first time exhibiting work together.”

Click here for the facebook event page.

10×10 Photo show up now!

Last Thursday’s opening of the 10×10 had a great turn out and was a huge success! Thanks to all the participating photographers, all the artists who were involved and to everyone who came to celebrate! And a big congratulations to studio member James Fowler who organized and curated the event!

If you missed the opening, the show is up until this Thursday!
Come check it out!
Also the 10×10 books are available for purchase at the gallery.
40$ each with proceeds going to supporting the studio project and a queer arts grant.

Gallery Hours:
Monday July 4th – Thursday July 7th
12 Noon – 7pm


Also, there is a great article about the show in this month’s Fab Magazine.
You can download the issue at this link.

POSTCRIPT: Press Update

This just in, Toronto Life wrote an article covering the 10×10 opening and book launch! How exciting! Tons of party pictures too! Everyone at the White House is so happy to receive all the support for this project and interest in keeping it going. Seeing everyone come together to celebrate pride and the arts really lifted all of our spirits! See you next pride!