Kent Monkman: Miss Chief's Praying Hands

Opening Reception: Thursday August 2nd 6:00-9:00pm

Exhibition Dates: August 2nd-September 1st 2018

Gallery Hours: 11:00am-6:00pm, Tuesday-Saturday.

Location: Project Gallery 1210 Dundas Street East

Project Gallery is pleased to announce a solo exhibition entitled 'Miss Chief's Praying Hands' by celebrated Canadian artist Kent Monkman. Monkman's impressive career, well known for the exploration of the intersection of the historic and contemporary indigenous experience, has established him as a prolific Canadian icon. 'Miss Chief's Praying Hands' will feature works from the series 'The Rendezvous,' a series of paintings depicting gatherings in the North American frontier with Miss Chief Eagle Testickle a central component of the work.

Project is a commercial art gallery and studio in Toronto that exhibits a critical selection of artists, whose work reflects new and innovative developments in contemporary art. It is located at 1210 Dundas Street East, in the heart of Leslieville with accompanying studios overlooking the Don Valley in Riverside.

For more information please contact owner and director, Devan Patel at

Kent Monkman: Miss Chief's Praying Hands

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