Ryan Wallace & Chris Duncan featured on The Huffington Post

Our current exhibition Transmission Lines with Ryan Wallace and Chris Duncan was recently featured in The Huffington Post. “Ryan Wallace, hailing from New York, muses on roughly the same geometric form through various mediums and color capturing vastly different emotions, despite the seemingly minute differences between each piece. Over time the converging points in Wallace’s work cease to bec a reference point for the viewer, plunging the mind into a …
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Anders Oinonen featured on Art Sync

Art Sync reviewed Anders Oinonen’s exhibition People People which recently opened at the gallery. “While he dabbles in both more representational and more abstract artistic styles, Anders Oinonen’s most compelling paintings are his pseudo-portraits, in which basic elements of the face are assembled with wide brush-strokes and vivid colours. In People People, his current solo exhibition at Cooper Cole Gallery, faces are alternately combined and fragmented, all the while remaining …
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COOPER COLE featured in ION Magazine

COOPER COLE is profiled in the latest issue of ION Magazine. To see the article online please visit ION Magazine. For more information please contact the gallery: info@coopercolegallery.com +1 (647) 347-3316

Brothers of the Weird featured on Akimbo

Our recently closed exhibition Brothers of the Weird received a positive review on the Canadian arts website Akimbo. Down the street at the newly re-christened and re-branded Cooper Cole Gallery (formerly Show & Tell), there was a group show of the colourful post-Pop, sometime Street artists who make up the niche that this space has claimed. After Munro’s activist art and Eleen’s intensely personal creations, the Gary Panter-esque quickie drawings by Billy Grant …
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