YTB Gallery

Future 33


FUTURE 33
Younger Than Beyoncé Gallery’s Artist Selection - Spring 2016

May 20th – June 11th, 2016
Opening Reception: May 20th, 7 pm - 11 pm

YTB Gallery
563 Dundas Street East, Suite 201

FUTURE 33 presents the work of 33 Toronto artists who are currently producing compelling, relevant artwork. By bringing together a unique selection of acclaimed Toronto-based artists, the exhibition acts, as lookbook of those whom we believe will redefine the landscape of both the local and international art scene.

The curatorial premise of this exhibition was to have YTB Gallery’s two co-directors and six board members select a total of 33 artists amongst them. The non-hierarchical approach allows for a unique selection of artists, which resonates each board member’s individual practice, and allows for a much wider scope of disciplines and perspectives. Here we see well-established names alongside emerging artists from all over The Greater Toronto Area. By hosting FUTURE 33, we are showcasing work by our generation with a familiar curatorial voice.

As major Toronto art institutions such as MOCA and the AGO redefine their relationship to the city through future large-scale exhibitions about Toronto, YTB gallery is adding the voice of Toronto's largest generation of artists yet. Our goal is to influence these institutions to discover and support a new brand of artists.

Featuring work by:
Rajni Perera
Lido Pimienta
Aubyn O’Grady (League of Lady Wrestlers)
Rouzbeh Akhbari
Maya Ben David
Diana Hosseini
Nyssa Komorowski
Tau Lewis
Tsēma Tamara Skubovius
Aman Sandhu
Daniele Dennis
Sarah D’angelo
jes sachse
Dorica Manuel
Sonali Menezes
Oreka James
Curtia Wright
Franco Arcieri
Rebecca Noone
Pablo Muñoz
Alvis Parsley
Jeff Bierk
Gillian Dykeman
Annyen Lam
jj Chau
Whitney Wong
Shanna Van Maurik
Meryl Macmaster
Sean Martindale
Stefan Herda
Robert Anthony O’Halloran
Jesi the Younger

Curated by YTB Gallery: Sebastián Benítez, Brette Gabel, Anjuli Rahaman, Humboldt Magnussen, Marsya Maharani, Marjan Verstappen, Geneviève Wallen, Joan Lillian Wilson

YTB Gallery is a nomadic, D.I.Y. gallery for emergent and experimental art practices. YTB provides discursive space for critical conversations and risk-taking through new configurations of audience, artists, and community. YTB Gallery has been made possible by the generous support of The Daniels Corporation and Toronto Community Housing.