center_apr202006.jpg

The Centre Cannot Hold: Opening tonight

Avengers assemble: if you'd rather completely ignore my ludicrously well-thought-out film itinerary for tonight (as spelled out in last night's podcast), check out the opening for THE CENTRE CANNOT HOLD: Prospects for Suburbia, a new show curated by Toronto turbo-hottie Brenda Goldstein.

The exhibition questions whether our urban future is in fact suburban, and features works by Rose Bianchini, Jason Van Horne, and Anthea Foyer, among many others. I'm told that the Arbour Lake School and their suburban-yard trench-digging war reenactments are particularly enthralling.

The show runs April 20 - June 5 at the Toronto Free Gallery, 660 Queen Street East. The opening is tonight at 8:00.


Join the conversation Load comments

Latest in Arts

Toronto's most popular beach was just transformed into something completely different

10 museums in Toronto you can visit for free

This is what Hamilton is like in Toronto

Someone just created the definitive list of the 44 most iconic things in Toronto

John Mulaney postpones Toronto show for third time to host Saturday Night Live

Toronto is getting a five storey Vincent Van Gogh exhibition

It's now a lot easier to buy art from some of Toronto's emerging artists

This new Toronto art gallery lets you sleep inside overnight