Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Highlighted stories below reflect on our busy year with more to come in the Winter.  Visit Gallery House Exhibitions for upcoming and past shows!  Please visit our site www.galleryhouse.ca for the full story.  Enjoy!
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Miles to Go Before I Sleep.

Ray Caesar; Catherine Howe; Gottfried Helnwein & Anita Kunz
RSVP for Public Opening November 29, 2012 at 5-9p.m

In celebration of the grand opening and annual exhibition at Gallery House –“Miles to go Before I Sleep” is an homage to a Robert Frost poem; like the poet the artists’ works in this exhibit alludes to the surface of beauty; entices us with dark depths of interpretation and the unwillingness to give up.


Gottfried Helnwein opens October 17, 2012 Faith, Hope and Charity at the Museo Nacional De San Carlos in Mexico City. Curated by Susan Crowley’s vision she had harbored since 1988 after viewing Gottfrieds' work in Cologne Germany this exhibition includes 36 colossal pieces and 14 photographs by artist Gottfried.


Ray Caesar of Gallery House is launching a solo exhibition on December 15th 2012 at KochxBos Gallery in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Caesar further explores new works through the interactions of figures, organisms and animal. This is one of Netherlands most anticipated show of the year.  Hans Bos of KochxBos Gallery even flew out to Toronto for one day this past September for a preview.

Dorthy Circus Partnership with Enrico Debandi at Palazzo Pisana

This Past September Ray Caesar exhibited amongst seven other artist in Ginius Loci curated by Enrico Debandi. This show was housed in a palace built in 1715 by the Count Baldassare Saluzzo Paesana, at the peak of his career. The building itself is a work of art and the perfect setting for the show.

Anita Kunz & Ray Caesar at the Corey Helford Gallery group show "Motion"

The work shown above is a detail of Anita Kunz - Red Riding Hood (2008) 20 x 30".

Kunz continues to garner the public attention with her stunning works and attention to detail. Her work exhibited along side Ray Caesar, Sas Christian, Alex Gross and many others.

Ray Caesar in
Vogue Japan

Ray Caesar was recently featured in Vogue Japan by Canadian Fashion duo Dan and Dean of DSquared as one of their favourite artists!

Anger Management, Charlie Sheen with a Caesar Work!

Above is a Ray Caesar work “Building Eden” which hangs in the office of the character “Charlie”, actor Charlie Sheen, whom stars in the new Anger Management TV series on FX channel.
Galerie Du Jour – Paris & Hong Kong!

Galerie du Jour traveling exhibition showcases Ray Caesars work from Paris France to Hong Kong China curated by Jean Francois Sanz.

The exhibition FUTURE ANTERIOR aims to create a dialogue between past cultural references and depicts the artists' interpretation of the future.

Ray Caesar in
Bayonne France

Ray Caesar of Gallery House participated in a group exhibition with Jerome Katz curator of Les Enfants Terribles of Lyon Biennale 2011 and founder of four location in France of Spacejunk Centres.

This new group exhibition is taking place at Le Carré – Contemporary Art Space – Bayonne France.

Anita Kunz Featured in Juxtapoz
Anita Kunz of Gallery House is featured in Juxtapoz magazine! The series of five paintings Flesh and Blood were highlighted.

Fashion Monitor - Alex Box

Alex Box cites artist Ray Caesar as one of her biggest influences commenting:

“I’ve always looked more to artists and illustrators as they have far less limitations than make-up artists”.

Alex Box is a world renound make up artist frequently her work is found on magazine covers and music videos. Today Alex creates looks for designers including Gareth Pugh, Alexander McQueen, Biba and Chanel.

Richard Goodall Gallery – Sin & Sentiment Exhibition

Ray Caesar opened a solo exhibition at the Richard Goodall Gallery, Manchester England with many new work created as well as hard to find single edition peices; to view Ray's latest work click here.

For further inquiries contact info@galleryhouse.ca.

Gottfried Helnwein, Newest Painting Snatched up by Swedish Collector

Helnwein’s work are becoming so exclusive that collectors have to line up and purchase them even before they are complete. Gottfried Helnwein this summer sold his most recent work to a Swedish collector prior to completion.

Ever since Edvard Munch “Scream” recently sold for $120 million dollars in the Sotheby’s auction house, collectors are now seeing the value of acquiring these high caliber artist even at a price point you may feel is high today but is a long term investment that can be passed down through the generations.

Scope New York with Corey Helford Gallery

The 30,000 square foot pavilion on 57th Street and 12th Ave featured over 50 international galleries and museum-quality programming.

Highlighting groundbreaking, emerging work in contemporary art and beyond. Visitor traffic has been over 425,000 on average at this fair!
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