Sliding Tense: Identifying Toronto Art
May 10–June 4, 2005
This exhibition is organized by third and fourth year students studying Contemporary Canadian Art, a Fine Arts course at the University of Toronto
University of Toronto Art Centre
The Toronto art scene of the past three decades is as diverse as its people. Sliding Tense: Identifying Toronto Art showcases selected works in a variety of media drawn from the Hart House and University of Toronto Art Centre collections that exemplify this shifting nature of Toronto’s eclectic spirit in art. Featured artists include: Steven Andrews, Chris Curreri, Eldon Garnet, Paige Gartland and Day Milman, General Idea, Eliza Griffiths, James Lahey, Angela Leach, Ed Pien, John Scott, and Jeannie Thib.
The exhibition is organized by third and fourth year Contemporary Canadian Art students, a Fine Arts course created by Prof. Mark A.Cheetham, Director of the Canadian Studies Program at the University of Toronto.
Title Image: General Idea, FILE MAGAZINE (“Glamour Issue,” Vol. 3, #1, Autumn 1975), 1975. 80 pages. 36 x 38 cm.