Evicted From the Anthill
La Galerie du Nouvel-Ontario
Exhibition Partner Up Here Urban Art + Music festival
Opening Saturday August 19, at 4 PM
Exhibition August 19 to September 23, 2017
174 Elgin St.
P.O. Box 242, station B
Sudbury, ON P3E 4N5
Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday
12 PM to 6 PM
Thursday and Friday
12 PM to 7 PM
Working together since 2004, the members of the Z’otz* Collective collaboratively catalogue the fantastical hybrid fauna that inhabits their shared dreamscape. Their cooperative drawings depict a wide range of often-coalescing creatures. The limbs of mammalian quadrupeds fluidly converge with clawed birds’ feet, tree trunks or even a naked human foot. When built structures appear, they are almost always smaller than most of the living organisms on display, as if to suggest moving into urban environments requires a shrinking of the physical self—or simply to suggest that cities and towns are themselves outgrowths of the body, extensions of ourselves.
UNPREDICTABLE PATTERNS Curated by Tamara Toledo
Exhibition: February 2 to March 25, 2017
Opening Reception: Thursday, February 2, 2017, 7-10pm
Curator Talk and Artist-led Tour: Thursday, February 2, 2017, 8-8:30pm
Artists Nahúm Flores, Erik Jerezano and Ilyana Martínez formed an artist collective in 2004 meeting weekly to collaborate on works that incorporate drawing, painting, collage, sculpture, and site–specific installations. As individual artists and as members of Z’otz* Collective their work embody themes of migration, displacement, transition and transformation. Their aesthetic language captures a collective imaginary that helps us grasp the multi-layered unpredictable complexities of contemporary life.
Both subtly and overtly, the artists in this exhibition reclaim an unstable perception of belonging and are able to communicate how the body and soul are fractured, can never return to be the same, once displaced. Framed layers of meaning indicate a revelation of experiential truth, a memory of place and of a people translated spontaneously by a subconscious that does not cease to impact. Physical transformation unites these artists as they wander individually and collectively, lingering on themes indicative of their journeys of cultural, emotional and spatial migration.
100-39 Queens Quay East, Toronto ON M5E 0A5
Gallery Hours: Tues & Wed 10am-2:30pm, Thurs & Fri noon-6pm, Sat 11am-5pm
TransAMERICAS: A sign, a situation, a concept
September 10th, 2016 to December 11th, 2016
TransAMERICAS features collage, graphics, textile, photographs, video, sculpture and installation works by Laura Barrón, Dianna Frid, Alexandra Gelis, Pablo Helguera, Manolo Lugo, Juan Ortiz-Apuy, Eugenio Salas, José Seoane, José Luis Torres, Clarissa Tossin, and Giorgia Volpe. Certain endeavours function as catalysts for community building, including performances, a mural work by the Z’otz* Collective (Nahúm Flores, Erik Jerezano and Ilyana Martínez), and an ongoing, interactive project coordinated by London filmmaker Juan Andrés Bello.
In TransAMERICAS: A sign, a situation, a concept, artists examine relationships formed between people and places, including resonant and often overlapping themes of community, travel, bridges and language. The contemporary practices featured in the exhibition go beyond Eurocentric conceptions of Latin American culture, transcending stereotypical and reductive views of the fantastic or exotic. The artists live and work in Canada, the United States, and Southwestern Ontario, which have diverse communities of people of Latin American heritage. This presence is increasing, contributing narratives to the national and continental experience.
September 21 to November 27, 2016
Artscape Youngplace, 180 Shaw Street
Curators: Matthew Brower and Mona Filip
Sarindar Dhaliwal, Brendan Fernandes, Rafael Goldchain, Jérôme Havre, Luis Jacob, Esmond Lee, Julius Poncelet Manapul, Sanaz and Mani Mazinani, Divya Mehra, Zinnia Naqvi, José Luis Torres, 2Fik, Blue Republic, Diana Yoo, Jinny Yu, Z’otz* Collective(Nahum Flores, Erik Jerezano, Ilyana Martinez)
FALL OPENING RECEPTION: Wednesday, September 21, 2016 | 6 – 9 PM | FREE
Exploring themes of inter-cultural translation, displacement and identity construction, this exhibition brings together a group of Canadian artists of diverse cultural backgrounds whose works examine the immigrant condition. Comprising recent and new works in a variety of media, including site-specific installations developed for the context of this exhibition, Yonder approaches the notion of immigration through a process of “personal sociology”, moving from an investigation of subjective inquiries to larger questions and shared experiences. As first or second generation Canadians, the artists draw upon their own narratives while inviting responses based on commonalities and differences.
Assemble: Five years of contemporary Canadian drawing
April 15 to June 19, 2016
Art Gallery of Sudbury
Opening Reception: Friday April 15, 2016 from 5 pm – 8 pm
There will be a guided tour of the exhibition beginning shortly after 5 pm
Amber Albrecht, Osvaldo Ramirez Castillo, Lucie Chan, Dagmara Genda, Daphne Gerou, Erik Jerezano, Sophie Jodoin, Zachari Logan, Nadia Moss, Tom Ngo, Alison Norlen, Luke Painter, Winnie Truong, and Olexander Wlasenko.
Curated by Amanda Burk
Since its inception in 2011, Line Gallery, an independent gallery dedicated to the presentation and promotion of contemporary Canadian drawing, has produced twenty-five solo exhibitions of emerging and established artists working in drawing from across Canada. Based in North Bay, Ontario, Line Gallery is currently the only gallery in Canada with a mandate focused exclusively on drawing. Over the past five years Amanda Burk and Paul Irwin, co-owners of Line Gallery, have been actively developing a collection of Canadian drawing that reflects a broad range of contemporary drawing practices taking place nationally. Assemble presents a cross-section of drawings from this growing collection and features the work of some of the most exciting and significant artists working in drawing today.
Art Gallery of Sudbury
Galerie d'art de Sudbury
251 rue John St.
A Bone Garden and its Communication Tactics
September 12 - October 24, 2015
We are thrilled to present Mexican-born artist Erik Jerezano and hope you can join us for the opening reception Saturday, September 12th from 1pm -4pm. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contemporary artist Erik Jerezano is enamored by characters in fables and popular tales that have the ability to become something else, to transform into another body. His pale illustrations with muted watercolours and delicate ink lines are drawn as though belonging to a children's fairytale book, and yet the characters are darker and grimmer than the anticipated bunny rabbits or flying adventurers.
Opening Reception: Saturday, September 12, 1-4pm
Gallery Hours: Wednesday - Saturday, 12-6pm
Alison Milne Gallery
198 Walnut Ave, Suite 3
Toronto, ON, M6J 2N6
Z'otz* at Pan Am Arts Relay
Bike tour Saturday July 11, 2015, 1-3pm starting at Taylor Creek Park Parking Lot
The Pan Am Path is an active living legacy project that will connect 84 kilometres of multi-use trails through Toronto’s diverse communities.
The artworks selected for this project playfully explore themes of diversity and emphasize the potency of a simple shift of perspective. Shift will be launched on July 11th with a bike tour from 1-3pm starting at the Taylor Creek Park parking lot. Stops along the route will include a mural by the Z’otz* Collective, painted benches by the STEPS Initiative, an installation by Labspace Studio, and a mural by the Project Gallery Collective.
July 10 - July 26, 2015
Opening Reception: Friday, July 10, 2015
Brendan Fernandes, Erik Jerezano, Amelia Jimenez, Finona Kinsella/Vesna Trkulja-Stevens, Steve Mazza, Shelley Niro, Dianne Pearce
Curated By Rita Kamacho
Centre for Print and Media Arts is a “proud IGNITE community partner” on Hamilton’s cultural program for the Panam games. From July 10th to the 26th Centre – with support from Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council and Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Recreation, and the City of Hamilton – will present visual and media arts installations in the Sherman neighbourhood on Barton Street East.
Pop Up Shop Visual Artists invite the audience to window shop at the seven window display interventions at various locations on Barton Street, available for viewing 24/7.
The artists will use the shop windows as a tool of exhibition and display.
Invasion of Eloquence
Shenkman Arts Centre | 245 Centrum Blvd.,Ottawa
From: June 12 to August 2, 2015
Artist Talk: June 28, from 12:00 to 1:00 pm
Reception: June 28, from 1:00 to 3:00 pm
This Toronto-based, Latin American group of artists works collaboratively to create intuitive and ephemeral drawings and sculptures. This stunning exhibition is comprised of framed drawings, large scale works, and a wall drawing that will be created specifically for the Ottawa School of Art’s Orleans gallery. A must see.
Artists will be working on site June 11 to the 14 and will open the gallery for interactive sessions with the community Saturday June 13 – from 11:00 to 12:00 and from 1:00 to 2:00.
100 % dessin !!
Z'otz* Collective(Nahum Flores, Erik Jerezano and Ilyana Martinez) will be showing new drawings at this group show in Montreal
Catherine Béliveau, Sophia Burke, Coco Guzman, Daniel Lahaise, Lux Lindner, Jean-Michel Leclerc, Mariana Semino, Monica van Asperen, Z’otz* Collective
Vernissage, samedi 27 septembre 2014
27 Septembre 2014 to 1 novembre 2014
One does not love breathing
I'm so happy to announce that One does not love breathing Pocketfulmag's 10th issue is out! Pocketful is a printed, ad-free illustration magazine, curated and edited by Selin Yurdakul.
It is issued two times a year, since July 2008, printed on demand (POD) and sold on line.
Please click here to buy the magazine online.
The collaborative work " Little White Lies" of Kristin Bjornerud and Erik Jerezano has been included in this issue.
Please click here to see the magazine online.
Si près….Si loin
Z'otz* Collective(Nahum Flores, Erik Jerezano and Ilyana Martinez), will be participating in Si près….Si loin a summer group show at Galerie Lilian Rodriguez.
The opening reception will be Saturday June 14 at 2:00 pm and the show runs until July 19.
For more information see attached file or visit: www.galerielilianrodriguez.com
Galerie Lilian Rodriguez
372, rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest, Espace 405
Fifth International Biennal, Ottawa, ON
The collaborative piece "Renovating Heaven" by artists Patrick McCue & Erik Jerezano won best lithography print purchase prize.
Artists were asked to submit their small-format prints (maximum of 10 cm by 10 cm) for exhibition in the OSA’s main gallery, with artists working in any print medium, with only original artwork being exhibited. An invited jury, made up of Heather Anderson, curator at the Carleton University Art Gallery, Jean-Claude Bergeron, owner-director of the Galerie Jean-Claude Bergeron (specializing in prints) and Christine Lalonde, associate curator of indigenous art at the National Gallery were asked to select five prize-winners in each of the categories.
The fifth international biennale juried exhibition of miniature prints featuring print artists from 25 countries from around the world. This year’s miniprint exhibition has hit a record with over 270 works, over 110 artists and 25 countries. The exhibition will run from April 24 to June 1, 2014, with the vernissage taking place on Thursday, April 24 from 5 to 8 pm at the OSA’s Main Campus Gallery, 35 George St.
A Correspondence through Drawing
By Kristin Bjornerud and Erik Jerezano
Opening reception March 19, 2014 from 5:00 to 7:00 pm
City Hall Art Gallery, Ground Floor
110 Laurier Avenue W. Ottawa
Join us for the inaugural opening of a new OAG satellite location in the City Hall Art Gallery, made possible by His Worship Jim Watson, Mayor of Ottawa. In addition to the Ottawa Art Gallery's current location, this temporary venue provides the OAG with an opportunity to showcase more works from the prestigious Firestone Collection of Canadian Art and a wider array of artwork by local contemporary artists, presented by OAG's ART Rental and Sales.
From November 23 to December 21 2013
Opening reception on Saturday November 23 at 3pm
Galerie Trois Points is pleased to present Endlessly Looping, Erik Jerezano’s latest exhibition of drawings in which the artist presents a world inhabited by bizarre composite creatures in mysterious circumstances.
Jerezano is well known for his highly visionary drawings which delve into the metaphorical and the mutation. For him, the creative process requires the pursuit of a balance that is both visual and emotional. He does not set out with a preconceived idea but rather waits for the image to speak and lead him to new forms. Gradually, through the magical medium of the artist’s imagination and psyche, a personal mythology has been developed.
For more info please go here:
Memorable Paths of the Fly
Z'otz* Collective will be traveling to Kingston to create a large scale drawing, please see details below.
Saturday, September 28, 2013
Culture Days Event: 11:30-12:30
Drop by the Union Gallery for In Situ with the Z’otz* Collective as they install a multi–media large scale gallery mural.
October 1- November 15 2013
Recrption: Friday, November 15, 5-7pm
Union Gallery MAIN SPACE
Memorable Paths of the Fly
Curated by Jocelyn Purdie
Zot'z* Collective: Nahum Flores, Erik Jerezano, and Ilyana Martinez
Memorable Paths of the Fly will be a full scale gallery drawing and sculpture installation by Z’otz* Collective, a Toronto-based trio of artists who share a Latin American heritage. Some recurring themes in their work include the immigrant experience: displacement, transition and transformation.
The Union Gallery has a unique place within the cultural landscape of the City of Kingston in that it is a professionally staffed, student-driven university organization that serves both the Queen’s and the Kingston communites. It is a non-profit organization committed to increasing awareness and appreciation of contemporary visual arts, to supporting excellence in the arts and to creating a place where students can work with professionals to obtain skills training and career development in the visual arts. The organization also works towards an integrated artistic culture for the Queen’s and Kingston communities.
1st Floor Stauffer Library, Queen's University
Kingston, Ontario K7L 5C4
Z'otz* Collective The Substitutes and the Absence
Curated by Blair Fornwald
September 6 to October 27, 2013
Artist talk: Friday, September 6, 6:00 pm, RPL Film Theatre
Opening Reception: Friday, September 6, 7:00 pm, Central Gallery
For almost a decade, the members of Z'otz* Collective have met on a weekly basis for collaborative drawing sessions. Reminiscent of the Surrealist game of the Exquisite Corpse, they pass drawings and small terracotta sculptures around their studio table, each modifying the work-in-progress until it is unanimously declared to be complete. Through this process, a complex and polyvocal mythos has emerged, comprised of images drawn from folklore and the collective imaginary, featuring mutant and anthropomorphic beasts in various states of transformation. Darkly humorous and unpredictable, the multi-headed, multi-limbed beings imagined by Z'otz* Collective express the experience of being-together in an increasingly complex social, political, and cultural environment. The Collective will produce large-scale wall and window drawings for the Dunlop Art Gallery, which will be accompanied by small drawings and sculptures produced during their weekly sessions.
About the Artists:
Nahúm Flores, Erik Jerezano, and Ilyana Martínez are Z'otz* Collective, formed in Toronto in 2004. The group collaborates on multi-media works, which include drawing, painting, collage, sculpture, and site–specific drawing installations. The members of the Collective have exhibited extensively, both individually and collaboratively throughout Canada, the United States, Central and South America, and Europe.
* Z'otz is the Mayan word for "bat."
Dunlop Art Gallery
Regina Public Library Central
Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 3Z5
Monday to Thursday: 9:30 am to 9:00 pm
Friday: 9:30 am to 6:00 pm
Saturday: 9:30 am to 5:00 pm
Sunday: 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Z'otz* in Wondereur
We are please to announce that Z'otz* Collective(Nahum Flores, Erik Jerezano, Ilyana Martinez) is the feature story in Wondereur. Endorsed by Mona Filip curator at the Koffler Center of the Arts, with photos by Aaron Vincent Elkaim.
Wondereur’s high-design photo story format is the first of its kind, telling every artist’s story in brilliant detail. More than an art-buying platform, Wondereur provides insight into the artists’ process in an intimate, meaningful way. “We ask our editorial team (which includes our photojournalists) to look for the dramatic tension in the daily life of the artist,”
See the story and the art here: http://app.wondereur.com/#/page/3
We hope you enjoy it!
Skipping Stones at General Hardware Contemporary
We are looking forward to seeing you at our upcoming reception “Skipping Stones” a summer group
show featuring recent work by GHC artists.
July 11 - August 24 2013
Opening Reception: Thursday July 11 from 6 - 9 pm
“Skipping Stones” will feature recent work by GHC artists: John Armstrong & Paul Collins, Alex Bierk, Jordan Broadworth, Matt Crookshank, Nicole Collins, Michael Davidson, Scott Everingham, Joe Fleming, Erik Jerezano, Caroline Larsen, Derrick Piens, Julie Voyce and Celia Neubauer.
For Inquiries or previews contact Niki Dracos
General Hardware Contemporary
1520 Queen Street West, Toronto, M6R 1A4
Wednesday - Saturday 12 - 6 and by appointment
Imagine - Arts Centre Pilot Project, launch April 2 @ Latin American Canadian Art Projects
Please join us during the Opening Reception with an Exhibit showcasing the work of visual artists: Julio Ferrer, Alex Flores, Nahúm Flores, Raffael Iglesias, Tania Iraheta, Erik Jerezano, Ilyana Martínez, Jesus Mora, José Ortega, Marcelo Suaznabar, Tamara Toledo and Carlos Zauñy, all contributors to our 2013 Latino Calendar.
On behalf of the Latin American Canadian Art Projects (LACAP), we want to invite you to join us in launching IMAGINE - Arts Centre Pilot Project.
IMAGINE is a month of art and community programming in one location throughout the month of April. It is LACAP's contribution to the celebration of APRIL - Latin American Heritage Month in the City of Toronto.
Through IMAGINE, LACAP invites you to envision what a Latin American Arts Centre in our city could be, what programming could take place in it, and the effects this could have in building a stronger sense of identity among Latin Americans living in Canada.
Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013
Latin American Canadian Art Projects
1078 St. Clair Avenue West (East of Dufferin)
7PM - 9PM
For Event Listing please contact us at:
Shan Hai Jing Dialogue
Fiona Smyth, Holly Lee, Erik Jerezano
3/13/2013 - 4/28/2013
INDEXG (main gallery)
50 Gladstone Avenue, Toronto
OPENING RECEPTION: Saturday, March 16, 2013 - 3-6 pm
The works in Shan Hai Jing Dialogue re-examine the shared genetic mystic roots of story telling, present or past. Constantly posting questions of the meaning of reality, and seeing. Ancient memories passed down to us as oral traditions, blurry images and words - as "mythology" often so hard to interpret and make sense. But the word "present" posts an even bigger challenge, it becomes past at every instance of a thought.
Phantom Limbs Exhibition
Recent collaborations:Kristin Bjornerud and Erik Jerezano
Curated by Chai Duncan
Exploring themes of fairy tales, dreams, and myth-making these two artists use watercolor individually and collaboratively to delicately and viscerally conjure the surreal and the phantasmagorical.
February 23 - March 30, 2013
Opening reception on Saturday February 23, 2013 from 1-3
The Latcham Gallery
Box 3, 6240 Main Street
Vendu-Sold 2012 at Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
Erik Jerezano will be participating in this event.
Click here for more info:esse artist page
Les éditions esse contemporary art
benefit auction — 4th edition
Support esse magazine by acquiring the work of a Canadian artist.
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 15, 2012
MONTREAL MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS
COCKTAIL AT 6 P.M.
THE AUCTION STARTS AT 7 P.M.
Pierre Therrien accompagnied by Jennifer Alleyn
Strange Case of Vertical Consequences
Erik Jerezano at Line Gallery, North Bay, Ontario
For more information visit Line Gallery.ca
September 22 to October 13, 2012
Opening reception: Saturday, September 22 from 6:30 - 9:30 pm
Artist talk: Friday, September 21, 10 - 11:30 am, Monastery Hall, Nipissing University
Line Gallery is dedicated to exhibiting and documenting contemporary Canadian drawing. The gallery exhibits emerging and established artists practicing in drawing, with shows primarily focusing on a single artist's work. In addition, the gallery supports artist talks, interviews and maintains online records of the exhibitions with the goal of documenting Canadian drawing.
897 Main Street West
North Bay, Ontario
MINI PRINT INTERNATIONAL OF CADAQUÉS
Collaborative work by Patrick McCue & Erik Jerezano was selected for the The Mini Print International of Cadaqués, Spain.
The Mini Print International of Cadaqués is a print competition open to all printmaking techniques and tendencies, in which artists from all over the world participate and is the longest running exhibition of miniprints in the world.
June 30 to September 30 2012
Taller Galeria Fort, Cadaques, Girona Spain
Group show at Espace Robert Poulin until July 14 2012
Romulo Cesar, Erik Jerezano, Osvaldo Ramirez-Castillo, Cristina Lama, Mauricio Limon and Matias Sanchez.
Click here to read review
Espace 411, Édifice Belgo ,372 rue Sainte-Catherine O. Montreal
Pollock / Krasner Foundation Award
Erik Jerezano has been awarded the prestigious Pollock / Krasner Foundation grant.
Founded by the artist Lee Krasner, who is also the widow of Jackson Pollock, aids in the careers of established artists through a highly selective granting process.
For more info please visit: www.pkf.org/index.html
Group show at Maison de la culture Marie-Uguay
Robert Poulin is part of the group of art collectors who are featured in the Montreal-wide series of exhibitions titled COLLECTIONNER°
13 avril au 27 mai | April 13 to May 27, 2012
Maison de la culture Mari-Uguay
6052, boulevard Monk, deuxième étage
ADRIAN WILLIAMS - ANNIE BRUNETTE - CRISTINA LAMA - DANIEL ERBAN - DOMINIQUE PAUL - ED PIEN - EMMANUEL BERNARDOUX - EN MASSE - ÉRIC BRAUN - ERIK JEREZANO - FRANCINE SIMONIN - GUY BOUTIN - HARLAN JOHNSON - ISABELLE BEAUPRÉ - JEAN-PHILIPPE HARVEY - JENNIFER MACKLEM - JIM HOLYOAK - KEITH JONES (LASERBRAIN) - KENNO APATRIDA - KIM MOODY - KITTIE BRUNEAU - LARRY EISENSTEIN - LEO ZOGMAYER - LOUIS BOBO BOUTIN - LOUIS JONCAS - LOUISE PAILLÉ - LOUISETTE GAUTHIER MITCHELL - LUC GIARD - LUC PARADIS - MANFRED SCHLUDERBACHER - MARC GARNEAU - MARC LEDUC - MARC-ANTOINE NADEAU - MARCEL BOHUMIL - MATIAS SANCHEZ - MATT GOERZEN - MAURICIO LIMON - MAX WYSE - MICHAEL COMEAU - NADIA MOSS - OSVALDO RAMIREZ CASTILLO - PATRICK BERNATCHEZ - PATRICK HENLEY (VALIUM) - ROMERO CESAR - SADKO HADZIHASANOVIC - SHAUN MORIN (THE SLOMOTION) - SYLVAIN BIGRAS - ZOLTAN VEEVAETE
The Origin of Instinct
Erik Jerezano solo exhibition
3/31/2012 - 4/22/2012
INDEXG (main gallery)
50 Gladstone Avenue Toronto
OPENING RECEPTION: Saturday, March 31, 2012 - 3-6 pm
For more information please visit:
Z'otz* Collective at MacLaren Art Cetre
Hourglass Continent reunites artists that formed the Latin Collective at Ontario College of Art + Design. They have remained allied by mutual purpose and awareness while their careers distinctly evolved in disparate locations. Each has developed an intensive, extended drawing practice that involves pronounced elements of Mexican and Central American iconography, mythology and history, combined with personal experiences.
Montreal-based Osvaldo Ramirez Castillo and Oaxaca, México-based Oscar Camilo de las Flores were born in El Salvador and displaced during its civil war of the 1980s. Toronto-based Z’otz* Collective includes Nahúm Flores (born Honduras), Erik Jerezano (born Mexico) and Ilyana Martínez (born Canada).
Hourglass Continent connotes an active, flowing Americas cultural diaspora that retains a distinctive granular composition as it pours across boundaries and over time.
March 3, 2012 - May 26, 2012
Curator: Ben Portis
Janice Laking Gallery
For more information please visit www.maclarenart.com
Z"otz* at Esplanade Art Centre Nov 5 to Dec 18, 2011
This exhibition presents Z’otz*’s recent drawings and ceramics and is curated by Mark Laliberte. The exhibition is accompanied by a publication produced in partnership with the Thames Art Gallery, Chatham, Ontario, and the Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery, SK.
On November 23-24 Nahúm , Erik and Ilyana will be in the gallery to publicly create a 30 foot-long wall mural, filled with beasts, fables, and humour.
The reception on Thursday November 24 is presented in conjunction with the Downtown Roving Art Reception and Midnight Madness.
Esplanade Arts and Heritage Centre
401 First St SE | Medicine Hat, AB | T1A 8W2
Hours: Mon-Fri 10AM-5PM | Sat/Sun 12-5
The Courvoisier Collective's winning billboard artists announced!
For the month of August 2011, spot the winning artwork on high-traffic billboards and PATH Posters throughout Toronto and in a gallery exhibition at Gallery 1313 on Queen Street West
An icon of this industry by Erik Jerezano
In Burges I by Hyein Lee
Bat Rainbow by Mark Laliberte
Their art, alongside twelve ‘Gallery Award’ winning Courvoisier Collective artists, will have their artwork showcased at Gallery 1313 on Queen Street West from August 11-September 4, 2011.
Eloquent Monologue of the Intact Cicles
I'm please to announce my first solo exhibition at
433 Columbia Street
June 2 to June 25, 2011
Thursday Jun 2, 7 to 11 pm
Live Music provided by
Thursday - Saturday 12:30 - 5:30 p.m.
16th SPACE International Print Biennial, Korea Opening Ceremony - June 2, 2011 OCI Museum of Art
Collaborative work by Patrick McCue & Erik Jerezano was selected for the 16th Space International Print Biennale in Seoul, Korea.
The 16th Space International Print Biennale will be held in June, 2011. It will be an important occasion to showcase some of the greatest works by print artists from around the world, many of whom continue their efforts to produce classical and traditional print works despite the rapid changing of reproduction and media technology. And the winning works will be exhibited in OCI Museum of Art.
For more information:
LE GUN : Magazine of International Illustration: Issue 5.
It is a great pleasure to announce that my work will be included in the next issue of LE GUN : Magazine of International Illustration: Issue 5.
Somewhere between art object and pulp fiction, LE GUN 5 is a collage of art by disparate individuals, a free wheeling visual poem punctuated with literary, profound and absurd quotes always sailing on the side of the surreal and exposing the darker recesses of its warped contributors minds, a celebration of drawing and story telling.
LE GUN is an art collective established by graduates from London’s Royal College of Art’s department of Communication Art and Design that puts out an eponymous magazine.
On stands April 2011
Z’otz* at The Thames Art Gallery
Nahum Flores, Erik Jerezano, Ilyana Martinez
Curated by: Mark Laliberte
March 25 – May 1, 2011
artist reception: Saturday, April 30, 2011 @ 7pm
The Thames Art Gallery announces its newest exhibition entitled Z’otz*. The exhibition will begin on March 25, 2011 with a live installation during gallery hours 1-5pm. The community is invited to watch the artists work in the gallery! The exhibition will run until May 1, 2011 with an artists’ reception being held on Saturday, April 30, 2011 @ 7pm.
For more information, please visit: www.chatham-kent.ca
ETC#92 Magazine Revue de L’Art Actuel
Works from the exhibition Reaction at a distance, collaborative drawings between Kristin Bjornerud and Erik Jerezano illustrate the article: Les multiples versants du folk, par Gentiane Bélanger.
Natural Selection exhibition at Galerie d’Art d’Outremont
Drawings by ERIK JEREZANO
March 31 – April 24, 2011
Galerie d’Art d’Outremont, Montreal
Erik Jerezano’s latest exhibition of drawings, titled NATURAL SELECTION, presents a world inhabited by bizarre composite creatures and circumstances.
General Hardware Contemporary show
Opening Sat. Feb. 5 from 2-6 pm
General Hardware Contemporary is pleased to present a series of paintings by Kate Wilson. Recent drawings for large-scale installation projects will also be displayed. The exhibition will be on display until March 5.
Recent paintings by Vanessa Maltese and drawings by Erik Jerezano will also be displayed.
Occupying an old hardware store in Toronto’s vibrant Parkdale, General Hardware Contemporary shares an inspiring vision for contemporary art with Canadian and international artists, both established and emerging.
Botanica: Art + Nature
Galerie Lilian Rodriguez presents:
Botanica: Art + Nature
January 22– February 26, 2011
Nature has always acted as a great muse, inspiring artists to participate in a world of enchantment that can as elusive as it is varied.
The artists showing in this exhibit attempt to bind these two elements, art and nature, two accomplices in the impenetrable and mysterious dance of life.
Monica van Asperen
Galerie Lilian Rodriguez
372, rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest, Espace 405
Durham Art Gallery
Z'otz* collective will be showing at Durham Art Gallery.
Sepember 25 to November 14 2010
This fall, the Z’otz* Collective brings their visceral illustrations and fantastical chronicles to Durham. Together, Nahum Flores, Erik Jerezano and Ilyana Martinez are Z’otz*; a group of Toronto based artists who demonstrate the trajectory of the daily lives and inspirations of multicultural, new generation artists.
Reaction at a distance: collaborative drawings
Erik Jerezano & Kristin Bjornerud | Collaborative Drawings
20 novembre 2010 au 18 décembre 2010
Galerie Trois-Points is thrilled to expose the works of Kristin Bjornerud and Erik Jerezano stemming from a collaborative project. The exhibition Reaction at a distance: collaborative drawings, which will take place between November 20th and December 18th, illustrates their shared keen interest in storytelling and the value of symbolic language.
Their collaborative project is essentially a correspondence through drawing. Separately, each of them begins a set of drawings to be exchanged through the mail and completed by the other. When they started the work a year ago, the guidelines they laid out for themselves were quite simple: there would be no rules about how they could alter the original piece and there would be no quitting whatever the results. This sharing back and forth without boundaries allowed them to work without inhibition.
Erik Jerezano at the PENDULUM GALLERY
I'm please to announce that my drawing "Absurd ways of confusing the enemy" was selected to be part of " The Drawing Room" juried show at Pendulum gallery in Vancouver, please see more details below.
THE DRAWING ROOM
July 17 — August 7
Reception: Friday, July 16, 7—9 p.m.
A featured component of DRAWN 2010, this juried exhibition of 50 works takes the pulse of current drawing practice in Canada. National in scope and stylistically diverse, The Drawing Room features a dynamic range of artistic expression, and includes images created in traditional media along with innovative works that push beyond conventional definitions and categories.
Jury: John Hartman (artist), Darrin Martens (curator), Angela Grossman (artist), Monte Clark (gallery owner), Sophie Jodoin (artist), Amy Karlinsky (critic) and Lynn Ruscheinsky (art historian).
HSBC Building Lobby
885 West Georgia Street
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada V6C 3E8
Mon.—Wed. 9 a.m.—6 p.m.
Thu.—Fri. 9 a.m.—9 p.m.
Sat. 9 a.m.—5 p.m.