Published September 11, 2020

FML (forests may lie)

"We All Felt That" by Reinhard Reitzenstein.

"We All Felt That" by Reinhard Reitzenstein

Reinhard Reitzenstein
FML (forests may lie)
September 12 - October 10, 2020
Opening Saturday, September 12th 10am-5pm

The Olga Korper Gallery in Toronto

Zoom Talk 09/26 at Noon

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Reinhard Reitzenstein

Associate Professor, Director of the Undergraduate Program and Program Head of Sculpture at UB, Reinhard Reitzenstein will be exhibiting some of his more recent works at the Olga Korper Gallery in Toronto.

Since 1993 he has been represented by the Olga Korper Gallery, Toronto. Reitzenstein's work has consistently taken him into processes exploring ways to interconnect nature, culture, science and technology. He works in several parallel areas: indoor installation and sculpture using cast, spun and welded metals, wood, glass, photography, digitally processed images; large scale drawings; outdoor tree-based installations and sound art.

The Olga Korper gallery

Established in 1973, the Olga Korper Gallery is committed to the promotion and exhibition of Canadian and international contemporary art, both locally and internationally. Having long demonstrated a strong commitment to painting and sculpture, the gallery's scope has developed to include installation and photo-based work. In 1973, the gallery opened as Gallery O on Markham Street in Toronto. A few years later, Olga moved into a second, larger space on Markham Street. In 1982, Olga started 80 Spadina Avenue with fellow dealers Lynne Wynick and David Tuck (Wynick/Tuck Gallery), occupying the fourth floor of the building, now well-established as a destination for gallery goers. With the new gallery space came the new gallery name: Olga Korper Gallery. In October 1989, the gallery opened at its current location of 17 Morrow Avenue. The Gallery would like to acknowledge the support of the Canada Council.

Gallery Hours:
Tuesday - Saturday 10am-6pm
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17 Morrow Avenue
Toronto, Canada M6R 2H9