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Angell Gallery Moves, Hangs New Bradley Wood Works

PAINTER BRADLEY WOOD INAUGURATES ANGELL GALLERY’S NEW LOCATION IN THE JUNCTION TRIANGLE

Angell Gallery Toronto New Location Dupont Street

Angell Gallery owner Jamie Angell outside his new Dupont Street space (photo: Toronto Star, courtesy of Angell Gallery)

SEPTEMBER 11 TO OCTOBER 10  The work-in-progress Junction Triangle neighbourhood continues to boost its bona fides as Toronto’s newest gallery district. Joining the fray this month is Angell Gallery; the influential contemporary art space—its roster includes top creators like Kim Dorland and Steve Driscoll—has moved north after more than 15 years on Queen West. Though the gallery’s new digs are set within a somewhat nondescript business park, the contents inside remain vital as ever. Its inaugural exhibition is mounted by Bradley Wood, whose works paint an alluring yet vaguely abhorrent world of indistinct characters idling in luxurious settings.  —Craig Moy

• Angell Gallery, 1444 Dupont St., 416-530-0444; angellgallery.com
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