Thursday, July 21, 2011

Large scale public exhibition in Montréal: Potholes billboards up on Rue de la Montagne



The winning photos are now up on Rue de la Montagne in Montréal. A special thank you to MAP for making it happen and to all those who voted for our work.  THANK YOU!!!!

Diver on Ave.Musset-  featuring Ricky Iarusso


Laundry on St-Urbain

About MAP:  Promoting creativity, helping it flourish freely in a dialog between artist and passer-by; such is the essential way to assure its vitality. MAP is a promoter of all manner of initiatives to make art accessible in daily life.

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Potholes at Salon 5: First Canadian Place, Toronto

Selected photographs from our MyPotholes series are presently exhibited at The First Canadian Place in Toronto until August 26th, 2011





SUMMER SALON 5
July 18 - August 26
http://pentimento.ca/


Pentimento Fine Art Gallery and Wellington-Cooke Gallery Ltd. have partnered for the fifth annual Summer Salon.



Once again the exhibition focuses on the different genres of the art world. From the bold, moody, black and white photographs of Greg Holman to the vibrant mixed media work of Frances Patella, all mediums are showcased within the salon.



Please note: The FCP Exhibition is open from 11 am - 3 pm, Monday to Friday. 

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Coming soon: Potholes on Montréal Billboards!



Our winning  IMAGE BATTLE photographs will soon be on display on Montréal billboards on Rue de la Montagne. The selected images were "Laundry on St-Urbain" and "Diver on Musset".


We are looking forward to seeing the large scale images  on display in our city!

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Thank you to  MAP (Make Art Public), a wonderful organization that recuperates unsold advertising space in order to provide creative people from a variety of artistic fields with a distribution network in direct view of the mainstream public.

Also a special thank you to our friend and model Ricky Iarusso for accepting to pose in a pothole for our project.

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