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Toronto Photography Festival

May 01- May 14, 2014
Tuesday – Wednesday – Friday 11:30 am–6:30 pm
Thursday 1:30-8:30 pm
Saturday 3:30-6:30 pm
Sunday & Monday by appointment only

Opening reception:
Thursday May 08, 2014, 6:30-9:00 pm

Address:
Queen Gallery, 373 Queen Street East, Toronto M5A 1T2

Cost: Free

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Curating By Sattar Erfanian Pour

Iran Contemporary Photographers is curatorial project to be exhibited on the idea that the invited photographers submit art works which show the contemporariness in the society where they live in. Convening of these artists is the consequence of having background of working and running in several visual arts exhibitions and in the well-known Iranian critics’ point of view, they have unified approach in their personal portfolios.

Artist List:

Sattar Erfanian Pour
Elham Hajahmadi
Amin Shahmoradi
Nastaran Mohammadi
Babak Malekzadeh
Reza Talebzadeh

 

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50/50 4th Annual Juried Art Exhibition

Queen Gallery 4th Anniversary Celebration

August 22- September 5, 2013
Tuesday – Wednesday 11:30 am–6:30 pm
Thursday 1:30-8:30 pm
Saturday 3:30-6:30 pm
Sunday & Monday & Friday by appointment only
Please call 416 361 6045

Opening reception:
Thursday Aug 22, 2013, 6:30-9:00 pm

382 Queen Street East, Toronto, ON, M5A1T1

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I am delighted to invite you to celebrate Queen Gallery’s fourth anniversary with opening of our 50/50 4th Annual Juried Art Exhibition with more than 20 artists. All the artworks are in the square format and the show runs for a week. Despite Queen Gallery’s slower pace in the past year it was your support and encouragement that motivated us to work harder to achieve our goals. We are honoured to have friends and patrons like you in this journey.

The complete list of exhibiters includes:

Adino Ano Vomisesca, Arezoo Amili (Amy), Atefeh Farzindar, Bahar Pourpezeshk, Banafsheh Erfanian, Bianca Cubric, Davood Mantegh, David Kempton, Diane Fine, Farideh Esfandi, Firoozeh Tangestanian, Hamid Kouchak, Jamak Hadiyan, Jamshid Tajdolat, Kamelia Pezeshki, Mafalda Silva, Marjan Mazaheri, Maryam Hafizirad, Mehdi Mansouri Dana, Mina Mahmoudi, Sepideh Ghahremani, Shirin Aghdaie,  Shirin Shahbazi, Tania Iskiw,

Along with:

Live Music:

Piano by Arash Behzadi
Playing the piano, has been one of the biggest passions of Arash Behzadi since his early childhood, during which he developed a self-taught style and unique touch, with influences from other masters of music and pianists, over the past 25 years of playing, composing and re-arranging many songs in different genres. Arash shares his passion of music, with a series of albums, called “Aram-e Del” meaning “Serenity of the Heart” in Farsi, which includes new arrangements and his personal interpretations towards memorable melodies of the past. The second Aram-e Del album also includes two of Arash’s original compositions, having joyful and happy themes. Arash feels a special connection to Aram-e Del II as each composition and arrangement comes from his heart and mirrors the excitement and emotional moments he experienced, and the journey he travelled within the 2 years between his albums.

Tombak by Hiva Bagheri
She was born on june 2004, In tehran. She started learning music at age 3, she has playing TOMBAK for the past 3 years.
Tombak or Donbak is a goblet drum from Persia. It is considered the principal percussion instrument of persian music .

Story Telling By Ariel Balevi
he is going to tell one of his stories from Mawlana. It is a story from Book III of the Masnavi.
Here is a brief description; Masnavi-I Ma’navi is the great work of the 13th century mystical poet of love, Rumi. The title of the work means literally “Rhyming Couplets of Profound Spiritual Meaning.” The Masnavi is a poetic collection of stories, emphasizing a personal inward interpretation for each listener. As one commentator explains, the stories are “aimed at anyone who has time to sit down and ponder the meaning of life and existence”

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Persian NewYear

We will be closed for Spring Break Wednesday MAR 20 to Wednesday MAR 27.

 

Nowrūz (Persian: نوروز‎, IPA: [nouˈɾuːz], meaning “[The] New Day”) is the name of the Iranian/Persian New Year  in Iranian calendars and the corresponding traditional celebrations. Nowruz is also widely referred to as the “Persian New Year”.

Nowruz is celebrated and observed by Iranian peoples and the related cultural continent and has spread in many other parts of the world, including parts of Central AsiaCaucasusSouth AsiaNorthwestern China, the Crimea and some groups in the Balkans.

Nowruz marks the first day of spring and the beginning of the year in the Iranian calendar. It is celebrated on the day of the astronomical Northward equinox, which usually occurs on March 21 or the previous/following day depending on where it is observed. As well as being a Zoroastrian holiday and having significance amongst the Zoroastrian ancestors of modern Iranians, it is also celebrated in parts of the South Asian sub-continent as the new year. The moment the Sun crosses the celestial equator and equalizes night and day is calculated exactly every year and Iranian families gather together to observe the rituals.

Originally being a Zoroastrian festival, and the holiest of them all, Nowruz is believed to have been invented by Zoroaster himself, although there is no clear date of origin. Since the Achaemenid era the official year has begun with the New Day when the Sun leaves the zodiac of Pisces and enters the zodiacal sign of Aries, signifying the Spring Equinox. Nowruz is also a holy day for SufisIsmailis,AlawitesAlevisBabis and adherents of the Bahá’í Faith.

The term Nowruz in writing first appeared in Persian records in the 2nd century AD, but it was also an important day during the time of theAchaemenids c. 548–330 BC), where kings from different nations under the Persian empire used to bring gifts to the Emperor, also called King of Kings (Shahanshah), of Persia on Nowruz. The significance of Nowruz in the Achaemenid empire was such that the great Persian king Cambyses II‘s appointment as the king of Babylon was legitimized only after his participation in the New Year festival (Nowruz).

The UN’s General Assembly in 2010 recognized the International Day of Nowruz, describing it a spring festival of Persian origin which has been celebrated for over 3,000 years. During the meeting of The Inter-governmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Heritage of the United Nations, held between 28 September – 2 October 2009 in Abu Dhabi, Nowrūz was officially registered on the UNESCO List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

Haft-Seen (Persian: هفت‌سین‎) or the seven ‘S’s is a traditional table setting of Nowruz, the traditional Iranian spring celebration. The haft seen table includes seven items all starting with the letter seen (س) in the Persian alphabet. Haft-Seen was originally called Haftchin (Haftĉin) derived from the words Chin (چین), meaning “to place” and Haft (هفت), the number 7. The Haft Chin table includes the following items which symbolize Zoroastrian yazatas or divinities such as ātar and asmān.

The “Haft Chin” items are:
  1. Mirror - symbolizing Sky
  2. Apple - symbolizing Earth
  3. Candles - symbolizing Fire
  4. Golab - rose water symbolizing Water
  5. Sabzeh - wheat, or barley sprouts symbolizing Plants
  6. Goldfish - symbolizing Animals
  7. Painted Eggs - symbolizing Humans and Fertility

The term and therefore the original custom was changed due to the digraph Ch (چ) not being present in the Arabic language leading to its replacement by the letter S (س). The invasion of Sassanid Persia by the Umayyad Caliphate in 650 brought acculturation and cultural transformation to the local Persians. This subsequently forced the local population to adapt and replace many Zoroastrian customs and words with Arabic and Islamic concepts. “Zoroastrianism was replaced by Islam as the religion of the rulers of Iran” The Arabic language was heavily enforced upon the conquered from the local Persians and other Iranian speaking populations throughout Greater Iran and the surrounding areas. The Arab conquests dramatically changed the Middle East and North Africa in respect to language, culture, and religion. The digraph Ch (چ) is not present in the Arabic language leading to its replacement by the letter S (س) in the word Sin. The Arabic assimilation of the Persians and other Iranian groups continued under the Abbasid Empire until the revival of the Persian language and culture by the Samanid Empire in 819 although the term and custom of Haft Chin had evolved into Haft Sin after nearly two centuries of Arab rule.

The Haft Seen items are:

  1. Sabzeh - (Persian: سبزه‎)
    wheatbarleymung bean or lentil sprouts
    growing in a dish
    symbolising rebirth
  2. Samanu - (Persian: سمنو‎)
    sweet pudding made from wheat germ
    symbolising affluence
  3. Senjed - (Persian: سنجد‎) dried oleaster fruit
    symbolising love
  4. Sir - (Persian: سیر‎) garlic
    symbolising medicine
  5. Sib - (Persian: سیب‎)  apples
    symbolising beauty and health
  6. Somāq - (Persian: سماق‎) sumac fruit
    symbolising (the color of) sunrise
  7. Serkeh - (Persian: سرکه‎) vinegar
    symbolising old-age and patience

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Norouz 2013 Show

March 09- March 19, 2013

Tuesday – Wednesday – Friday 11:30 am–6:30 pm
Thursday 1:30-8:30 pm
Saturday 3:30-6:30 pm
Sunday & Monday by appointment only
Please call 416 361 6045

Opening reception:
Saturday March 09, 2013, 4:00-7:00 pm

Address:
Queen Gallery, 382 Queen Street East, Toronto M5A 1T1

Cost: Free

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New years exhibition with Two sisters:

Maryam HafiziRad is a beloved popular artist represented by Queen Gallery. Her works are signified by vibrant colors and full of energy of life. Her pleasant personality magnifies what she represent in her Art.
This exhibition she is offering all the works she has created inspired by Famous Persian stories relevant to period of Persian Valentine (.sepandarmazgan.) to Ancient Persian New year.
Maryam is this time accompanied by her photographer sister Leily  and we invited all of you to celebrate with us, our Persian new year as well as Maryam and Leily HafiziRad, The Persian Artists !

other important Highlights of the Evening:

Live music Santoor by gifted artist and musician Marjan Mazaheri & Accordion by musician Farbod Tooryani

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Queen Gallery will be closed today Saturday, December 8, 2012!

We apologize for any inconvenience! Gallery hours will resume on Tuesday, December 11.

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Fire & Renewal

Juried Group Art Exhibition
Curator: Oscar Wolfman (RIP) / Mahrokh Ahankhah

Dec 06- Dec 21, 2012
Tuesday – Wednesday – Friday 11:30 am–6:30 pm
Thursday 1:30-8:30 pm
Saturday 3:30-6:30 pm
Sunday & Monday by appointment only
Please call 416 361 6045

Opening reception:
Thursday Dec 06, 2012, 6:30-9:00 pm

Closing reception:
Friday Dec 21, 2012, 6:30-9:00 pm

Address:
Queen Gallery, 382 Queen Street East, Toronto M5A 1T1

Cost: Free

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In remembrance of Oscar Wolfman, Queen Gallery is hosting an event to follow through with another curatorial project of his. We proudly hosted his first two solo exhibitions and would like to fulfill his wish for another event, as his memory is very much alive with us. He was the curator of our creation show, which we were hoping to repeat every year.

We would like to invite you, to be part of his memorial event along with this juried group exhibition.

We are featuring some of his work as well as artwork that he too would have chosen and admired. The show will take place until 21st of December on the longest night of the year, just as he requested.

This is a tribute to Oscar, an artist that accented our lives and memories with his life and artwork.

Come join us for this three-week exhibit that starts with a group exhibition on Thursday, December 6th, and ends with our second Poetry Gallery event celebrating Yalda, the longest night of the year and winter solstice, on Friday, December 21st.

Opening remarks by Aviva Goldberg, who has been conducting scholarly research on Oscar’s artistry.  Dr. Goldberg is a professor at York University and the spiritual leader of Congregation Shir Libeynu, Toronto.

The complete list of exhibiters includes:

Oscar Wolfman (RIP)
Afsaneh Safari; Amin Nasr; Andrew Ogus; Annette Seip; Brian David Johnston; David Townsend; Firoozeh Tangestanian; Ian Alter; Khosro Berahmandi; Mahnaz Piroozfar; Maryam Hafizirad; Meetra Sofia; Melissa Eluik; Reza Ta; Sedigheh Saleki, Steve McCabe; Taraneh Azadi;

Featuring Eden Nameri which is going to tell a story in memory of Oscar. She proposes telling an adapted version of “The Soul of a Menorah,” which is taken from Eric Kimmel’s collection  Jar of Fools. It is a story about the transformation of a pitchfork into a beautiful menorah (the candelabra used during Chanukah). The story takes place in Chelm, which is a legendary Jewish village full of foolish people. Her version will also include the origin story of Chelm and a few examples of the foolish behaviour found among the village’s inhabitants.This story has a lot of humour, which is something Oscar Wolfman appreciated, but also, it is about creating light in a time of darkness (Chanukah is, after all, the festival of lights and takes place around the time of the winter solstice. As well, the people of Chelm create something beautiful out of an object that originally had little value, which seems like a fitting tribute to an amazing artist like Oscar.

On December 21st, we are also celebrating the eve of winter solstice (December 20th), Yaldä night, with a storyteller who is going to take us back in time with creation stories from Iran, and with divination by the dïvän of Häfez (fäl-e Häfez).
Any style of poetry and music in any language is welcome. If you write or perform in a language other than English, you might offer translations or an explanation in English, but you don’t have to!
We are extremely excited to announce our second feature, Ariel Balevi, a wizard of a storyteller.

Ariel Balevi is a storyteller whose repertoire derives from the literary and folklore traditions of Iran, Turkey, and Central Asia: Firdowsi’s Book of Kings (Shahnameh), Attar’s Conference of the Birds (Manteq oTayir), Nizami’s Seven Pavilions of Love (Haft Paykar), Rumi’s Masnavi as well as the Thousand and One Nights (Hezar o yek Shab). Ariel performs these stories in English, using verse or proverb from the language of origin of the story. Ariel has performed in various venues in Toronto, Washington DC, Montreal and Ottawa, sometimes with Western or traditional Persian musicians. In his performances Ariel strives to present the universality of these narratives, unfamiliar to some audiences, and in doing so bring about mutual respect and understanding among different cultures and traditions.

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Mitra Ghavamian’s Fashion Fusion

Queen Gallery presents: 

Please join us for the reception on November 23, 2012 – Time: 6:30-9:00

“Beautiful, mystical looks evoking ancient nomads and fierce warrior women, colourful and also at times feminine the MITRA show at |FAT| 2012 was a tour de force. MITRA’s runway was one of elegance and mystique.”

Glowing Doll – Toronto Fashion blogAt this event Queen Gallery will showcase Mitra Ghavamian’s long term achievements as a film costume designer and a fashion designer. Mitra Ghavamian has designed costumes for numerous theatre, TV, and film productions in Iran (1985-1994). She has also worked in Canadian theatrical productions such as The Lion King in Toronto, and American film productions such as X-Men, Resident Evil, Bulletproof Monk, and Wrong Turn. Recently, she launched a fashion line simply named MITRA. In the last four years Mitra has showcased her collections at Fashion Art Toronto, Toronto Arts and Fashion Week, and The Clothing show.
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Flying Colours

The Juried Group Exhibit

October 19, 2012 6:00 PM – November 02, 2012 9:00 PM

Tuesday – Wednesday 11:30 am–6:30 pm
Friday 1:30 pm–6:30 pm
Saturday & Sunday 3:30-6:30 pm
Monday & Thursday ClosedG

Please call 416 361 6045

Opening reception:
Friday Oct 19, 2012, 6:30 pm-9:00pm

Address: Queen Gallery, 382 Queen Street East, Toronto M5A 1T1

Cost: Free

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The last exhibit in the 2012 festival showcases the works selected for special recognition by a seven person jury composed of art critics, Julie Oakes and Marcel Jerou together with the five founding artists. The scope of the competition covers visual art, documentary and film. This year, out of 256 artists, and more than 1260 artworks, so far only 38 Artists were chosen for the exhibition.

Complete list of participated artists:
Mahsa Karimizadeh; Ali Soltani; Khosro Berahmandi; Amir Alizadeh, Soudabeh Zolfaghari; Alireza Bahrani; Elham Fatemi; Nasim Taghipour; Elaheh Moosavi Farjad; Leila Rezvani; Davood Mantegh; Arman Babayee Sedaghat; Parisa Shaa; Golnaz Moghadam; Bahman Nakhjavani; Shima Faridani; Fakhrolmolook Fayaz; Mina Hamidi; Shiva Sadegh Asadi; Mahboobeh Hosseini Moosa; Amin Nasr;

Slide Show:
Pooyan Shadpour; Mehdi Fazlollahi; Mostafa Bazri; Amir Honarmand; Hamidreza Bazargan; Abas Haji Mohamadi; Hadi Dehghanpour; Ghazaleh Ghazanfari; Mehdi Mesbahi; Amin Shafiee; Morteza Teimouri; Aytay Shakibafar; Ali Saadatmand; Amir Mahmoudian; Emad Anoushirvani; Erfan Ghiyasi; Farhad Soleimani; Farid Sani; Hoofar Haghighi; Kaveh Baghdadchi; Mehdi Vosooghi nia; Mohammad Amin Nadi; Nader Khorami rad; Saman Aghvami; Semco Salehi; Soroosh Kiayee; Soroosh Javadian

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Mystic Train

The Women Exhibit

October 05, 2012 6:00 PM – October 17, 2012 9:00 PM

Tuesday – Wednesday 11:30 am–6:30 pm
Friday 1:30 pm–6:30 pm
Saturday & Sunday 3:30-6:30 pm
Monday & Thursday ClosedG

Please call 416 361 6045

Opening reception:
Friday Oct 05, 2012, 6:30 pm-9:00pm

Address: Queen Gallery, 382 Queen Street East, Toronto M5A 1T1

Cost: Free

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This exhibition will showcase paintings, photographs, sculptures and graphic designs created by six talented women, including Montreal’s Ronak Kordestani and the award winning sculptor Mansoureh Feizi from Tehran.  These women have all been born after the 1979 revolution and their art reflects the turmoil of change, eight years of Iraq-Iran war and a quest for identity.

1. Mansooreh Feizi- (Sculpture)

2. Ronak kordestani – (painting)

3. Leila Miri – (Graphic Design)

4. Kimia Rahgozar – (Photography)

5. Adeleh Farzindar – (Sculpture)

6. Maryam Enayati – (Graphic Design)

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Backdrop to the Future

The Master Exhibit

September 21, 2012 6:00 PM – October 03, 2012 9:00 PM
Tuesday – Wednesday – Saturday 11:30 am–6:30 pm
Friday 6:00-9:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday 3:30-6:30 pm

Monday & Thursday Closed
Please call 416 361 6045

Opening reception:

Friday Sep 21, 2012, 6:00 PM

Address:Queen Gallery, 382 Queen Street East, Toronto M5A 1T1

Cost: Free

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This exhibition showcases the work of Iranian masters of visual art who have influenced contemporary Iranian and international art and inspired and nurtured generations of younger artists. Among the masters exhibited will be the works of Mohsen Vaziri Moghadam, the father of Iranian modern art and internationally renowned painter who has been recognized in international art circles from 1958 to the present.  Ghobad Shiva, Master of Graphic Design amongst other masters will be at the festival networking events and offering on site tutorials.

Confirmed participating artists:

1. Ghobad Shiva – Graphic Design

2. Hamid Jebeli  – Photography

3. Edman Aivazian – Painting

5. Mohsen Vaziri Moghadam  - Sculpture

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Burst In The Fog

From That Cup’ Exhibit

September 21, 2012 6:00 PM – October 17, 2012 9:00 PM

Tuesday – Wednesday – Friday 11:30 am–6:30 pm
Saturday & Sunday 3:30-6:30 pm

Monday & Thursday ClosedG
Please call 416 361 6045

Opening reception:
Friday Sep 21, 2012, 6:30 pm-9:00pm

Address: Queen Gallery, 382 Queen Street East, Toronto M5A 1T1

Cost: Free

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This exhibit features the newest creations of the festival’s five founding artists in the fields of painting, sculpture, photography and graphic design as well as the creations of a guest artist selected by the founding five to be honoured for his/her contribution to art.

Confirmed participating artists:

1. Mahmoud Meraji – Painting

2. Ali Kamran – Graphic Design

3. Pooyan Tabatabaei  – Photography

4. Mehrad Meraji – Painting

5. Mohsen Vaziri Moghadam  - Painting | Sculpture

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Change to Gallery Hours

Queen Gallery is temporarily changing its hours

September 01, 2012  – September 20, 2012 we are open just by appointment.
Please call 416 361 6045

September 21, 2012  – October 17, 2012

Tuesday – Wednesday – Saturday 11:30 am–6:30 pm
Friday 6:00-9:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday 3:30-6:30 pm
Monday & Thursday Closed

Opening reception:
Friday Sep 21, 2012, 6:00 PM

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50/50 3rd Annual Juried Art Exhibition

Queen Gallery 3rd Anniversary Celebration

 

August 09- August 31, 2012
Tuesday – Wednesday – Friday 11:30 am–6:30 pm
Thursday 1:30-8:30 pm
Saturday 3:30-6:30 pm
Sunday & Monday by appointment only
Please call 416 361 6045

Opening reception:
Thursday Aug 09, 2012, 6:30-9:00 pm
8:00-8:20 pm  Storytelling by Naqal Ariel Balevi

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فارسی

One size and One size only.  We have oodles of artists using various mediums, various styles, but working within the same dimensions. Please join us as we celebrate our third year anniversary with our third annual juried group exhibition.  After an other successful year here at Queen Gallery, working with up to 180 artists, we’ve decided to celebrate with as many artist as we can!  From emerging to established, local to international, this show exudes talent and is a true celebration of art and artists.

The complete list of exhibiters includes:

Afsaneh Safari; Annette Seip; Bianca Cubric; David Kempton; Firoozeh Tangestanian; Hala Saab; Haleh Jamali; Ian Busher; Jamak Hadiyan; Joe Saab; Kaveh Baghdadchi; Lisa Cripps; Mahnaz Piroozfar; Marjan Mazaheri; Maryam Hafizirad; Maryam Sarabi Daryan; Mina Hamidi; Parham Didehvar; Shirin Aghdaie; Wei Yan;

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Saturday August 18, 2011

Hate to think you will stop by and I won’t be there to greet you. I am certain that many will sense this and will drop by today. Come back again please.

All the best

Mahrokh Ahankhah

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Place your bids for Silent Auction Fundraising

“HELP AZARBAYJAN”

The deadline for submission of bids is:
at 7:00 pm on August 30, 2012.

August 15- August 30, 2012
Tuesday – Wednesday – Friday 11:30 am–6:30 pm
Thursday 1:30-8:30 pm
Saturday 3:30-6:30 pm
Sunday & Monday by appointment only
Please call 416 361 6045

Closing reception:
Thursday Aug 30, 2012, 6:30-8:30 pm

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Hundreds dead, thousands injured, a dozen thousand displaced; a massive and disastrous earthquake occurred in province of East Azarbayjan, northwest of Iran, which devastated villages, left people homeless and stuck under the ruins of their homes. With the intention of helping the victims Queen Gallery Team are holding an online artwork auction. We invite you to put up your artworks for this auction. Artworks will be available on www.queengallery.ca and stored in Queen Gallery from Wednesday August 15, 2012.

Please place your bids in a comment for the artwork you want to buy in Facebook event , more than comments in this Facebook event you can also bid on the items by emailing to info@queengallery.ca or by coming to the address: 382 Queen Street East, Toronto, M5A1T1.

The entire revenue will be dedicated to help survivors of the earthquake.

MAHROKH AHANKHAH Director.

The complete list of donors (Artists): (more…)

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