• Toshio Saeki Aun


Narwhal Projects is pleased to share a recent article from VICE The Creators Project that features gallery artist Toshio Saeki. Narwhal will present Saeki’s second solo exhibition with the gallery in January 2016.

Jacob Whibley Participating in Axe Head Program | Bilbao, Spain

NARWHAL is pleased to share news of gallery artist Jacob Whibley’s participation in the Axe Head Program, coordinated by the ARMAR Association (Basque) and Bill Clarke (Toronto).

‘Flat Sun on a Disc of Water’ Chosen by Canadian Art as a Must-See Exhibition

Flat Sun on a Disc of Water , Narwhal's upcoming group exhibition opening July 29th, was selected as a must-see exhibition by Canadian Art. Work by Leon Benn, Michelle Blade, Lisa DiQuinzio, Paul Hardy, Hanna Hur and Josh Thorpe.

AKIMBO REVIEW|“I think you’re wonderful and so does everyone else.”

The latest special project by The Venn Diagram (a curatorial partnership between Narwhal Projects Director Kristin Weckworth and Oakville Galleries Acting Curator Jon Davies) was recently reviewed by Terence Dick […]

Artoronto | Souther Salazar’s Attic Transmissions

By Emily Kovacs
If you enjoy the prospect of revisiting your childhood sense of wonder while picking your way through the vibrant, unadulterated dreamscape of an artist’s imagination, visit Souther Salazar’s […]

Arrested Motion | Souther Salazar “Attic Transmissions” Studio Visit

On March 28th, Narwhal Contemporary in Toronto will be hosting a new solo show from Souther Salazar entitled Attic Transmissions. The Portland-based artist’s work has always brought a smile to […]

Hi-Fructose | Souther Salazar Preview

Souther Salazar’s paintings return us to a childlike state of mind full of curiosity and belief that anything is possible. His animal characters traverse enchanted dreamworlds where abstract designs form […]

ARRESTED MOTION | Junko Mizuno Studio Visit

Leading up to her current showing at Narwhal Contemporary in Toronto, we stopped by the studio of Junko Mizuno in San Francisco to learn more about her work environment and […]

Juxtapoz | Junko Mizuno Review

Narwhal Contemporary in Toronto writes about Junko Mizuno’s paintings:“One reoccurring image is that of the iconic multi-armed goddess cloaked in symbols of life and wisdom, surrounded by fleets of devoted […]

Artoronto.ca | Junko Mizuno Review

Junko Mizuno’s art has always been about powerful women — in the form of witches, mermaids, goddesses among others — who like to live their lives for themselves and who […]