The first exhibition this fall at Possible Worlds features the illustration work of Toronto-based artist Justine Wong ジャスティン ウォング
※日本語は下です。/ Japanese translation follows.
EXHIBITION: No Hard Feelings | Illustrations by Justine Wong (Toronto)
DATES: September 16 to October 4, 2017 (EXTENDED UNTIL OCTOBER 18)
OPENING/VERNISSAGE: Saturday, September 16, 12-5 PM (Part of PW's September Art x Music Weekend), free admission, welcome to all
MEMBERS AND FRIENDS NIGHT PREVIEW: Friday, September 15, 7-9 PM
CURATED BY: Melanie Yugo, PW Co-Director
No Hard Feelings is Justine Wong's love letter to Japan's seaside. Inspired by her time along the coasts of Japan, the work softly speaks in the language of the sea and comes into form with the land. Each landscape unfolds with the transitional conversations between the two elements, balancing and breaking onto each other to create safe spaces to house all that we feel.
"No Hard Feelings"
Justine Wong, is a full-time freelance illustrator based in Toronto and sometimes Tokyo. She holds a Bachelor of Design, Illustration & Graphic Design from OCAD University. Her selected clients include: Wieden & Kennedy, On She Goes, Lucky Peach, The Walrus, Aeon Japan Ltd.Co, Literary Review of Canada, Glow, Ace Camps, Abokichi, Today's Parent, Canadian Living, That's Shanghai!, Kyoto Journal, House & Home, Hong Kong Food Crawlers, Bento Box, Uncle Tetsu.
She is the creator of the project '21 Days in Japan: An Illustrative Study on Japanese Cuisine', consisting of 100 paintings of her meals throughout Japan. She is also a dedicated member of Lunchroom, a creative collective and co-working space based in Toronto where members practice and learn new ways to rebuild the way we cook and eat together.
For more of the artist's works, head here.
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We would like to acknowledge funding support from the Ontario Arts Council, an agency of the Government of Ontario.