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There’s More to See at the Feature Art Fair

MORE INTIMATE THAN ART TORONTO, THE FEATURE ART FAIR DISPLAYS LEADING-EDGE WORKS FROM AN EXCLUSIVE SELECTION OF CANADIAN GALLERIES

Feature Contemporary Art Fair Toronto

Meryl McMaster’s Under the Infinite Sky and Harley Valentine’s Cave Inverted are among the works expected to be displayed at the Feature Contemporary Art Fair (photos: Katzman Contemporary; Wil Aballe Art Projects)

OCTOBER 22 TO 25  Admirers of modern visuals can also set their gaze on a more intimate, but no less intriguing showcase: the Feature Art Fair. Occupying two floors of Old Town’s historic Joey and Toby Tanenbaum Opera Centre, Feature brings together 29 vanguard galleries from across Canada; the Toronto contingent includes Inuit-oriented gallery Feheley Fine Arts, conceptual Clint Roenisch Gallery and photography-focused Stephen Bulger Gallery. Adding an element of the unexpected will be a site-specific bar created and helmed by Toronto-based artist Dean Baldwin, whose “convivial installations” have, in recent years, become staples of the Canadian gallery scene.  —Craig Moy

• Feature Contemporary Art Fair, Joey and Toby Tanenbaum Opera Centre, 227 Front St. E.; featureartfair.com

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