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Work by Ani Collier to be exhibited at Art Toronto


GAINESVILLE, Fla, Sept. 20, 2017 – Black C Art Gallery is pleased to announce that two works by Ani Collier from her NY Series will be shown at Vellum Magazine’s booth at Art Toronto this October.

The two digital collages, Architexture (2013) and Converging Perspectives (2014), were selected for exhibition by Vellum Magazine Editor Stephanie Young and are an important representation of Collier’s overall body of work. After retiring from her career as a ballet dancer, Collier took up life as an artist behind the lens. In her artist statement, Collier declared a fascination with cities, stating that “although a photograph records a single moment in time, the collages I make tell stories… I feel that through digital photography and manipulation, I am able to choreograph again – albeit virtually. In a way, I am still dancing; only now, I dance with my images.”

Founded in 2000, Art Toronto is Canada’s international contemporary and modern art fair and is one of the most important annual events in the city. The fair features artwork from various galleries from throughout North America and the world. In addition to the exhibitors, there are also panels and lectures hosted by prominent figures in the art world, curated projects, and a VIP Program.

Located at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Art Toronto provides a unique opportunity to experience the art market on a global scale. As Canada’s capital, Toronto hosts a diverse and rich artistic community. More than 125 public and commercial art galleries and museums from 8 countries and 29 cities are represented at the fair. Art Toronto will commence with a benefit gala on October 26, and the fair will to the public from October 27-30 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. The Toronto Convention Center is located at 222 Bremner Boulevard, M5V 3L9.


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