Found Worlds: A Photographic Exhibition by Jerry Riley
Venue: GalleryDK, 1332 Queen St. West, Toronto
Date: Opening June 4th, 2009, 7pm. Exhibition runs until June 29. 2009
"Jerry Riley's Found Worlds explores the secret landscapes left behind by paint's travels through art. These photographs of the evocative, accidental worlds created by the dried remnants of artist Elva Hook's surplus paint fuse Riley's preoccupation with travel landscapes, the repetition of use-value in the artistic process, and the hidden lives of things in our environment. His concurrent exhibition Building 13 reframes the social lives of Toronto's modernist buildings. In Found Worlds, Riley depicts the vast geographies contained in unassuming objects."
For more information on Riley and his works, go here.