Lauren Luloff Artworks Available

COOPER COLE is pleased to announce the inclusion of New York based artist Lauren Luloff to the gallery’s roster. Cut Landscape / Oil paint on collaged fabric / 21″ x 17″ / 2012 Luloff, born in 1980 in Dover, NH, received her MFA from Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, NY and a BFA from Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA. Her work has been included in the notable exhibitions at Tanya …
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New Inventory from Todd James

COOPER COLE just received several new Todd James original works to inventory. Tropical Fantasy / Acrylic on paper / 22.5″ x 15″ / 2012 Dock of the Bay / Acrylic on paper / 22.5″ x 15″ / 2012 For more information about Todd James please contact the gallery: info@coopercolegallery.com +1 (647) 347-3316

Mark DeLong featured on The Huffington Post

Mark DeLong’s current exhibition at the gallery received a review on The Huffington Post. “DeLong paints abstract color-based works that are both monumental and a bit childlike. With titles like “The Beat Broke in Through the Window and Stole My Poem about the Shelf” and “Ducks Crossing Oppenheimer”, the artist invites us to look for a narrative in works that would normally be thought of as pure abstraction. With each …
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Tessar Lo Multiple Release

In conjunction with his upcoming exhibition at the gallery, COOPER COLE will be releasing a sculptural edition from Tessar Lo. Titled “don’t say, dansé”, this multiple is constructed of gypsum with an acrylic and wax finish and comes in a screen printed box with a certificate of authenticity. This edition is limited to 25 with 5 artist proofs. A select amount of this special edition are now available to purchase …
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Tessar Lo Studio Visit

Gearing up to his forthcoming exhibition at COOPER COLE, Tessar Lo lets us in to his studio to have a preview of his new body of work. Tessar will be debuting a new series of paintings along with a sculptural edition. For more information about Tessar Lo please contact the gallery: info@coopercolegallery.com +1 (647) 347-3316

Brendan Monroe featured on Hi-Fructose

Brendan Monroe was recently interviewed by Hi-Fructose Magazine and speaks on his current exhibition at the gallery. “Oakland, CA based artist Brendan Monroe continues his visual research with a new body of work. These new works were gleaned from ideas he has been experimenting with over the last year, leaning towards physics and astronomy to stimulate his influences. His current works, a combination of paintings and sculptures, are currently on …
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Brendan Monroe featured on My Modern Met and Huffington Post

Brendan Monroe’s current exhibition at the gallery has been featured on both My Modern Met and The Huffington Post. “Just yesterday, a brand new exhibition started at Cooper Cole Gallery in Toronto, Ontario called Observations of Light and Matter. Brendan Monroe tells a story of a world filled with unique personalities and imaginary organisms. His dream-like scenes show human figures on a quest to find out more about the world they inhabit.” See the full …
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New Inventory from Jen Stark

COOPER COLE just received two new Jen Stark original works to inventory. Purple / Paper on wood / 20″ x 20″ x 4″ Triangular / Acrylic paint on wood / 35″ x 35″ x 25″ For more information about Jen Stark please contact the gallery: info@coopercolegallery.com +1 (647) 347-3316

Brendan Monroe featured on Juxtapoz

Brendan Monroe’s upcoming exhibition “Observations of Light & Matter” was previewed on Juxtapoz Magazine. “On March 2nd in Toronto, Cooper Cole will be presenting a solo exhibition by Brendan Monroe, Observations of Light & Matter. Monroe, in his first solo exhibition in Toronto, will be presenting a series of paintings and sculptures that explores his scientific and imaginary organisms that have appeared in his work over the past few years, …
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Ryan Travis Christian featured In Frieze Magazine

Ryan Travis Christian received a review for his most recent exhibition in issue 145 of Frieze Magazine. “Death is not death in children’s cartoons – characters bounce back to life no matter how absurd the violence. This warping of mortality informs Ryan Travis Christian’s art works. His chiaroscuro graphite drawings recall the black and white Disney cartoons of the 1920s. The ‘River Rats’ series (2011) stylistically puns on the happy …
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