Katzman Contemporary

Is Miller Street destined to become an art gallery hub?

Following Jessica Bradley's move to this mostly industrial street nestled between the Junction and the Junction Triangle, this gallery (once operated by Leo Kamen) has followed suit by opening up in a large warehouse space. With three exhibitions under its belt (including a recent Contact show), the gallery is building momentum -- so much so that it wouldn't be surprise to see more arts spaces set up shop on Miller St.

Read my review of Katzman Contemporary in the galleries section.


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