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Oct. 03 2017
C Magazine 135 Launch

6 - 8 pmLittle Sister Gallery
in the laneway behind 13 Mansfield Avenue
Toronto M6J 2A9

Please join us at Little Sister Gallery in Toronto for the launch of C Magazine Issue 135 “Voice”

Co-presented with a closing reception for Miyako Kurihashi’s solo exhibition Omma

Meet the editor and contributing writers responsible for “Voice,” an issue that diverges from the typical format to present artists and writers in their own words. “Voice” features seven interviews and conversations in lieu of the usual features and columns.

“Voice” includes contributions by Amy Fung, jes sachse, Charlotte Henay, Lena Suksi, Prathna Lor, Anna Kovler, Esmé Hogeveen, and Fan Wu; Reviews by Cason Sharpe, Elora Crawford, Kendra Ainsworth, Steffanie Ling, Aisle 4, Fabiola Carranza, Katherine McKittrick, Emily Dickson, Rinaldo Walcott, Steffanie Ling, and Kendra Place; and Artist Project by Jeneen Frei Njootli.

Issues will be available for purchase at a special discounted rate.

Little Sister is an artist-run gallery that uses its physical space as a way to explore and encourage the interactions of art practice and community. Working primarily with artists at the new or emerging stage, Little Sister provides a site for new ideas to materialize. Outside of exhibition programming, Little Sister functions as a space for artists of any type to independently foster short-term presentations of their work. Owned and operated by Holden Kelly, Kate Kolberg, and Jack Lambert.

Miyako Kurihashi uses a blend of figure and abstraction to tie a loose knot between the energies that move through her, between the deeply personal and the outside, natural environment. Kurihashi was raised in Kyoto, Japan and is a self-taught, Toronto-based artist working primarily in paint. Omma is Kurihashi’s first solo exhibition.

Little Sister is barrier free. There are, however, no washrooms.

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