Presented by Collectivo Toronto + Club Cultural Matienzo
October 09 - October 20, 2019 1:00 PM - 6:00 PM
1313 Queen St. West
This event is Accessible.
This event is Family Friendly.
Gallery 1313 Oct. 9-20, 2019
1313 Queen Street West, Toronto
Reception October 10 6:30pm
Gallery Hours: Wednesday to Sunday, 1 – 6 pm
Main Gallery : Colectivo Toronto and Club Cultural Matienzo
notas y huellas / notes and traces by Leticia Obeid presented by guest curator Laura Preger
parallel lines / lineas paralelas by Rita Camacho Lomeli
Leticia Obeid Lives and works in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She studied arts at the School of Arts at the National University of Córdoba (UNC), and received a scholarship from the Antorchas Foundation. She has been participating in difference arts residencies such as the Atlantic Center for the Arts; Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris, and Casa Vecina, Mexico. Her work has been shown in exhibitions in Argentina and internationally.
Rita Camacho Lomeli is an artist whose performance-based projects centre on ephemeral sculpture, artist's books, video and curatorial projects. Her work explores “the gift” covering a wide range of temporal terrain stretching from the relationship between the accidentally miraculous and the here and now. She received and MFA from OCADU, her projects have been awarded from the Ontario Arts Council and the Toronto Arts Council. She has exhibited her work individually and collectively in Canada and internationally. www.ritacamacholomeli.com
Colectivo Toronto is dedicated to the development and presentation of contemporary art. We work in collaboration with other collectives, artist-run centres, galleries, art organizations and festivals. We are diverse in content, culture and activities.
Club Cultural Matienzo is and artist-run-centre in Buenos Aires, Argentina; a highly creative space always buzzing with local, well-organized activities like concerts, theatre plays, dance performances, art exhibitions, poetry readings, movie screenings and arts courses.
Colectivo Toronto is a member of
Media Arts Network of Ontario / Réseau des arts médiatiques de l’Ontario
We would like to acknowledge funding support from the
Ontario Arts Council, an agency of the Government of Ontario
Media Arts Projects