Member Edition Launch: Jenine Marsh | TWO HOUR MIXER: Chris Curreri

28 June 2016 5pm - 7pm

Summertime is for Members!
Cinq-à-sept Member Edition Launch & Two Hour Mixer

Please join us for the launch of our 2016-17 member edition by Toronto-based artist Jenine Marsh entitled: The feeling’s mutual.  This edition is available in assorted colours – attend the launch to choose yours. Mailed editions will be selected randomly.

Enjoy an after-hours view of our summer exhibition, Jason Dodge with CAConrad Width of a Witch, and a two-hour music mix by Toronto-based artist Chris Curreri. If you like Janet Jackson and tequila cocktails, then this is your night. Refreshments will be served on the patio (weather permitting).

Not yet a member? To have access to this and future member events, become an Associate Member starting at only 25 dollars | purchase at the door, or in advance on the Join page:
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Memberships are valid for one full year from date of purchase.

Jenine Marsh (b. 1984) is a Toronto-based artist with a focus in sculpture and installation. A selection of solo exhibitions include: feminine marvelous and tough, Lulu, Mexico City; Feral Tongue, Chapter 61, New York; The cut flower still blooms, 8-11, Toronto; and Stranger to Stranger, Cooper Cole Gallery, Toronto. Recent group exhibitions took place at: Raising Cattle, Montreal; CK2, New York; The Bakery, Vancouver; Modern Fuel, Kingston ON; Fourteen30 Contemporary, Portland OR; Garden Avenue, Toronto; and Lulu, Mexico City. She has participated in residencies at the Banff Centre, the Vermont Studio Center and Struts. Marsh completed her BFA at the Alberta College of Art and Design in 2007, and her MFA at the University of Guelph in 2013. Her work is represented by Cooper Cole Gallery, where she will have a solo exhibition in summer 2016.

Chris Curreri is a Canadian artist who works with film, photography and sculpture. His work is premised on the idea that things in the world are not defined by essential properties, but rather by the actual relationships that we establish with them. Curreri’s recent exhibitions include So Be It at Gardiner Museum (Toronto), Medusa at Daniel Faria Gallery (Toronto), Surplus Authors at Witte de With (Rotterdam), An Unpardonable Sin at castillo/corrales (Paris); and Perceptions and their Arousal at Agnes Etherington Art Center (Kingston). In the fall his work will be included in theCentral China International Ceramics Biennale at Henan Museum (Zhengzhou, China), and La Biennale de Montréal at Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal (Montréal, Canada). He holds a BFA from Ryerson University and an MFA from the Milton Avery Graduate School for the Arts at Bard College. Curreri was shortlisted for the 2014 Sobey Art Award.

Image: Jenine Marsh, The feeling’s mutual (2016), cast silicone rubber, edition of 400