Join us for 185 Augusta’s new exhibition featuring the photography of Moses Kofi and Soteeoh.
Thursday, October 3rd. 7-11 PM
Good Art, Good People, Good Music, Free.
About the show:
Self-taught photographers Moses Kofi and SoTeeOh share personal philosophies and creative inspirations through a series of images. Their photography consists of street scenes and portraiture from Toronto, Trinidad and Washington depicting the artists’ unique perspectives on life and creativity. Both artists employ a variety of mediums to showcase their images working with glass, wood, metal and found objects. The show is an immersive visual documentation of both artists’ life experiences: personal philosophies told through the lens.
Monochrome is a black and white themed art exhibition featuring new work by abstract expressionist painter Jimmy Chiale and Toronto street photographer SoTeeOh. Both artists will be showing new individual works as well as collaborative pieces that mix paint and photography.
The show is Saturday August 24th at The Annex Art Centre (1075 Bathurst St.) from 7-11 pm
Shot & Directed: SoTeeOh
Cameo: Millie Kay
Originally off Fresco P – PanDilla’s Box (Free Fresco P)
Production by James “J Dilla” Yancey
#STARA-NOVA – Summer 2013
Future Now Mural 2013
(Bloor St. and Concord Ave)
Directed Edited and Music Produced by: Chris Ak (www.iamChrisAk.com)
Special thanks to Long & Mcquade Musical Instruments.
The world is full of opposites, wrong/right, good/evil, up/down, Black & White/Colour… Artist Jimmy Chiale seeks to bring a balance to that last pairing with his hand picked group of Toronto artists working under a common theme: Balanced Expressions. This unique show features 11 sets of work, each with 1 Black & White, and 1 colour piece among them. Each of these pairs was created specifically with a harmony between the two sides in mind, with each piece complimenting the other.
It was put forth as a sort …of challenge to these artists to try something a bit different, and broaden horizons. Participating artists include:
Phillip A. Saunders
Raquel Da Silva
and Malcom Yarde
Bloor | Toronto Street Photography | Bloor Subway Station, January 2013.
18 Jan 2013
The newest member of the 185 family, SoTeeOh, in his own words:
“I’ve heard the term “visual junkie” thrown around. If I had to describe myself with one term, that would be it.
Everything that appears on this site is my work. I work in a variety of mediums to satisfy my visual addiction. I paint (mostly acrylics and a bit of aerosol), I draw, I take pictures, I make videos, I build things, I tattoo; basically I work on anything I can get my hands on. My objective is to create physical manifestations of my imagination and to that extent anything available may become a canvas.
Through my work I explore themes of nature, isolation, and nostalgia as well as altered and partial functioning through the familiar lens of pop culture and everyday life.
I am open to requests for commissions, collaborations and just general feedback. I would love to hear from you.”