Gallery 44 in Toronto will have two new exhibitions running from May 2 through June 7. In the main gallery, Sheree Hovsepian’s Soft Landing includes a series photograms called Haptic Wonders that were created as the artist physically moved objects in space and time. Soft Landing also includes works of sculpture and installation.
In the vitrines, Jérôme Nadeau’s Ruins considers disintegration, disappearance and decay in artworks created by extracting ink and dye from an image printed on chromogenic paper. Nadeau then transfers the ink to undeveloped Fujicolor Chrystal Archive paper.