Jimmy Limit at QueenSpecific Gallery

This is the second QueenSpecific project that we've curated this summer PWP025.

Please join us for the opening reception of "Absence, Aesthetic, Amateur, Common, Drawing, Exchange, Formal, Flow, Industry, Infrastructure, Peace, Pipes, Plumbing, Progress, Prosperity, Solace, Support, Yellow" by Jimmy Limit at the QueenSpecific Gallery on Tuesday, August 19th 2014, 6-7pm.

Coffee and cake generously provided by Dufflet Pastries.

787 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON

The exhibition runs through to September 29th, 2014.

Jimmy Limits installations, photographs, artist books and photogenic sculptures explore the tension between object and image. Recurring motifs in his work include exotic fruit, hardware store goods and his own handmade ceramics. Drawing on industrial supply aesthetics, stock imagery and his work as a commercial photographer, Limit addresses how photography functions both as a tool of commerce and as a commodity. Limits work has recently appeared on the covers of C Magazine and cura Magazine Italy. He has recently had a solo show at Rodman Hall/Brock University St. Catharines, Ontario and will have a second solo show at Clint Roenisch Gallery in 2015.


Jimmy Limit at QueenSpecific Gallery

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