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On Paper

Works by:

G.F. Watts, Ed Pien, John Armstrong, Denyse Thomasos, Frank Nulf

On Paper

September 10–November 9, 2002

Curated by Liz Wylie

University of Toronto Art Centre

This exhibition is comprised of recent gifts to the University of Toronto Art Collection that are all works on paper. Thirteen artists will have a total of ninety-six works included, which will range from a 19th-century ink drawing by G.F. Watts, to a grid-format wall work made up of 168 individual sheets by Toronto artist Ed Pien. Some of the artists have tried to extend the notion of paper as a support, either literally, in the case of a collaborative piece by John Armstrong and Denyse Thomasos, entitled Busy, Busy, that cascades from the wall onto the floor, or in a more metaphorical sense, in the hands, for example of senior Canadian artist Frank Nulf.

Opening Reception

Tuesday September 24, 2002, 5-7pm
University of Toronto Art Centre

Panel Talk

Is Drawing Dead?
Thursday October 24, 2002, 5pm
Moderated by Gordon Hatt
University College, Room 140

Title Image: Ed Pien, detail of Invisible Sightings, 1996-1997. Ink and mixed media on Chinese paper. 38 x 25 cm. Gift of the artist, 2000.