Sagatay (New Beginnings)

Exhibition Dates At Tangled Art Gallery: November 12 – December 17, 2021 Co-presented by Charles Street Video Location Tangled Art Gallery **Note that we have moved to a new space – right beside our old gallery!** S-124, 401 Richmond St. W, Toronto About the Exhibition Once a story is told, it cannot be called back.…

Visitor Guide

Tangled Art Gallery is excited to welcome visitors to the gallery! We’ll be reopening on Novemeber 12th with our new exhibit, Sagatay (New Beginnings). Since our reopening, we’ve introduced some new protocols to keep our community as safe as possible. Please review this page to find out about our COVID-19 policies. We are not open…

Undeliverable

Exhibition dates At Tangled Art + Disability: September 17 – October 29, 2021 At the Robert McLaughlin Gallery: September 18, 2021 – February 13, 2022 Location Tangled Art Gallery  S-122, 401 Richmond St. W, Toronto The Robert McLaughlin Gallery 72 Queen Street, Civic Centre, Oshawa About the Exhibition Undeliverable is a continuation of artist Carmen…

Statement in Solidarity with Palestine

We want to make space for collective outrage. Outrage at the violence that has been ongoing and continues to be perpetrated by the state of Israel towards the Palestinian people, and outrage at the silence that has been far too commonplace. We want to make space for outrage at how quickly this issue has been…

Won Lee Fellowship 2021 Recipient: claude wittmann

We are thrilled to announce that the winner of the 2021 Won Lee Fellowship is claude wittmann. Each year, the Won Lee Fellowship recognizes a hard-working artist from the Deaf, Mad, and/or Disability-identified communities. claude wittmann’s activist art practice explores access to housing, long-term community and survival. You can find out more about his practice…

Artist Highlight – 2021 Won Lee Fellowship Recipient, claude wittmann   claude wittmann was the recipient of the 2021 Won Lee Fellowship. We are please to highlight and support his important work on “survival art”. The following is an audio description of claude wittmann’s image, described by the artist:   Visit claudewittmann.ca/FIRE/workmanarts.html to learn more.…