Events > Exhibition

16 - 23 Jan. 2015

Villa Toronto

Ticket Price
16 Jan. 2015
Offsite Location
The Great Hall at Union Station
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16 - 23 Jan. 2015
Joseph Wagenbach Print Launch

17 Jan. - 11 Feb. 2015
"How to communicate better"

Presented by Raster in association with Art Metropole

Villa Toronto, a roving art event that moves from city to city every couple of years, the Villa project works with international art galleries to create a temporary, ongoing art community. This January, Villa touches down in Toronto to present an exhibition of contemporary art at Union Station. Accompanying this exhibition, in cooperation with local art organizations, will be a series of special events throughout the city. The one-week program is free and open to the public.


Art Metropole Toronto
Jessica Bradley Toronto
Cooper Cole Toronto
Diaz Contemporary Toronto
Daniel Faria Toronto
Hollybush Gardens London
i8 Reykjavik
IBID Projects London/LA
Johann König Berlin
LABOR Mexico City
Misako & Rosen Tokyo
MKG127 Toronto
Plan B Berlin/Cluj
Projecte SD Barcelona
RaebervonStenglin Zurich
Raster Warsaw
Clint Roenisch Toronto
Erin Stump Projects Toronto
Jocelyn Wolff Paris
Zero Milan

Villa Toronto warmly thanks its supporters: Toronto Arts Council, The Polish Ministry of Culture and Heritage, Osmington Inc., City of Warsaw, Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in Toronto, Goethe-Institut, British Council, Gallery Express, The Drake Hotel, Wondereur, The Consulate General of France, SOCAN Foundation, Canadian Art, C Magazine, and UBER.


2: Shane Krepakevich and Elif Saydam, Pop-up for Art Metropole, 2013.

  1. Art Metropole at Villa Toronto
  2. Krepakevich and Saydam Sculpture
  3. Joseph Wagenbach: Liebe macht machen überleben, Love makes makin