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Exhibitions




OKromazone – die Anderen von Kanada
December 6 - 24, 1982
Institut Unzeit, West Berlin




In the fall of 1982 ChromaZone travelled to Berlin, West Germany, to mount OKromazone at the Institut Unzeit, opening a dialogue with young German artists which continues today. Twenty-two Toronto artists contributed paintings, drawings, sculpture and installations to this lively exhibition. As well a selection of young video artists and filmmakers from the Funnel were represented with screenings of their latest work.

Artists represented were: Dave Anderson, Jim Anderson, Stephen Andrews, Isaac Applebaum, Richard Banks, Brian Burnett, Jane Buyers, Derek Caines, Cathy Daley, Andy Fabo, Rob Flack, Oliver Girling, Sybil Goldstein, Judith Huntress-Allsopp, Rae Johnson, Hans Peter Marti, Michael Merrill, Alex Neuman, Chris Reed, Chrisanne Stathacos, Renée van Halm, and Tony Wilson.

    "Artists must create their own international network, Okromazone, we feel will give Berliners an incisive view of
     Toronto artists"

    – Andy Fabo, Introductory Essay

Group Statement [view]

Press Release [view]

Photographs [view]

Video [view]

Press
Einstellungen Kunst. "Okromazone die Anderen von Kanada", Zitty Berlin, 1982
John Bentley Mays. "Berlin is about to get a taste of the Canadian art scene", The Globe and Mail, April 2, 1982
John Bentley Mays. "Visual art dominates OKananda's landscape", The Globe and Mail, May 8, 1982
O. o Kanada Eune andere Ausstellung und eine Performance", Der Tages Spiegel, Freitag 10, Dezember, 1982
Kunstforum, Berlin, January 1983
"Toronto, Berlin in a suitcase", Art Monthly, #62, London, Dec1982/Jan1983
Peter Hans Gopfert, "Rumour of Burnt Paint Brushes Reflection on OKanada at the Akademmie der Kunst", artmagazine,
    Spring, 1983
Jennifer Oille. Vanguard, Summer 1983


OKromazone Chronology/Timeline Entry

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