The Edward Day Gallery was established in 1992 and represents both Canadian and International award-winning emerging and senior contemporary artists. The collection is comprised of sculpture, painting, drawing, photography, printmaking, and other media. Located in the heart of the Queen West Art District of Toronto, the Edward Day Gallery professionals are committed to advising... more
Contributed by Dory Carr-HarrisEasy to miss if you're not looking for it, the Edward Day Gallery sits in a cosy enclave next to the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (MOCCA) just east of Ossington on Queen in the continually trendy West Queen West strip. Co-director Kelly McCray is warm and friendly when I meet him to chat: a nice contrast to the cool and lofty space that is Edward... more
Interesting photographs and artwork inside the gallery. Perfect for art lovers on a weekend afternoon.
You can visit the Museum of Canandian Contemporary Art (MOCCA) and the the Edward Day Gallery one after the other, because the two buildings are located side by side, on Queen Street West. There are also a few other small indepent art galleries along Queen... more
Came here last Wednesday after some uninspiring art-gallery-hopping around the neighbourhood... and wow, what a great find!!! It was hosting the Sony World Photography Awards Global Tour and I have to say, the presentation and layout were excellent. The space was clean and the lighting was perfect for the pictures on display. Every piece was truly wonderful. I really look forward to future... more
Located in a former church building, the Edward Day Gallery concentrates on emerging artists from south eastern Ontario and Quebec, as well as those of international caliber. Originally founded in Kingston to promote contemporary art, the gallery ultimately expanded to Toronto. Recent exhibits have included works by Gideon Tomaschof. Aside from exhibits, its services include consultation and... more