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Villa Toronto

January 15, 2015 | By francecanadaculture 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 that is dynamic and ever-expanding. Previous editions took place in Warsaw (2006), Reykjavik (2010) and Tokyo (2011)

This January Villa touches down in Toronto to present an exhibition of contemporary art at Union Station. Guillaume Leblon and Elodie Seguin show new artworks produced for event.

Villa Toronto, presented by Warsaw’s Raster Gallery in association with Toronto’s Art Metropole, brings over nineteen local and international art galleries, including Jocelyn Wolff Gallery from Paris, and their artists to Union Station’s Great Hall from January 16th to 23rd, 2015. Accompanying this presentation, in cooperation with local art organizations, will be a series of special events throughout the city.