Wednesday, August 1, 2007

Diaz, Archive, MKG127

Jean-Luc Goddard seems to have made it through the day, so our fingers are crossed. Here's a few things to consider doing this weekend if you're staying in town:

A Sculpture show at Diaz Contemporary opens tomorrow and runs until September 1st. The exhibition features many artists who have shown work at Mercer, including James Carl, Alison Hrabluik, Kristiina Lahde, etc. and looks really promising. For more information visit www.diazcontemporary.ca.

Lahde is also exhibiting "Paper Cut" at Archive Inc. Gallery, which opens Saturday 4 August 2007 from 2 to 4pm.

At MKG127 the second part of the inaugural exhibition of Michael Klein's new space on Ossington called Happy Birthday/Friendly Greeting. Above image: Micah Lexier and Christian Bok's incredible window text. For more information visit www.mkg127.com.

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