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Public Opening - Sandra Brewster: Blur

Black and white photographic work by Sandra Brewster

Sandra Brewster. Blur 18, 2017. Photo-based gel transfer on archival paper, 101.6 cm x 88.9 cm. Private Collection. © Sandra Brewster


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Public Opening - Sandra Brewster: Blur

Wednesday July 24, 6 - 9 PM, remarks at 7 PM

Join us to celebrate the opening of Sandra Brewster: Blur, an exhibition of new and recent work that gestures toward movement from one place to another place. 

Celebrate with the artist and view the exhibition. A cash bar will be available. All are welcome.


Sandra Brewster is a Canadian visual artist based in Toronto. Her work has been exhibited nationally and abroad, engaging many themes that include identity, representation and memory.  Recent solo exhibitions include Or Gallery in Vancouver, YYZ Artists’s Outlet in Toronto (September 2019), and A Space Gallery in Toronto.  Brewster’s work has been exhibited in Toronto at Mercer Union, Prefix Gallery and the Royal Ontario Museum.  Recent group exhibitions include Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Arsenal Habana in Cuba, Dunlop Art Gallery in Regina, Saskatchewan, LagosPhoto Festival 2018 in Nigeria, Musée des beaux arts in Montreal, Thames Gallery in Chatham, Aljira Contemporary Art Center in New Jersey, Art Gallery of Windsor, Eastern Edge Gallery in Newfoundland and Allegheny Art Galleries in Meadville, Pennsylvania.  Brewster’s exhibition It’s all a blur… received the Gattuso Prize for outstanding featured exhibition of CONTACT Photography Festival 2017.  She is the 2018 recipient of the Artist Prize from Toronto Friends of the Visual Arts and is a 2018 Artist-in-Residence at the Art Gallery of Ontario.  Brewster holds a Masters of Visual Studies from University of Toronto and a BFA from York University.  She is represented by Georgia Scherman Projects.

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