Exhibition: WhiteBox@, Kelly Wallace, & the Michael Gibson Gallery

Last week I headed over to the Michael Gibson Gallery in London, Ontario to check out the WhiteBox@ exhibit. I was intrigued when I heard (via twitter) about a miniature gallery all in white!

WhiteBox@ consists of two galleries housed in a white box that sits at eye level. Because it is located in the front window of the Michael Gibson Gallery, it can be accessed 24 hours per day.

inside the WhiteBox@ – photo via Michael Gibson Gallery

The work inside this miniature gallery at the moment is that of Kelly Wallace. The artist uses graphite, and many, many vertical lines, to explore “the relationship between replication and memory”.

photos via Michael Gibson Gallery

The detail on Kelly Wallace’s drawings are incredible. During my visit to the gallery, I was also able to snap some close-ups of Kelly Wallace’s large-scale works (remember – these drawings are made up of hundreds of thousands of vertical lines – unbelievable):

photos by Jordana

Kelly Wallace’s exhibition is on only until January 1st so be sure to get there soon! The WhiteBox@ will continue through June 2011. Free art for our viewing pleasure. We’re so lucky, right?

Photos by Jordana and via Michael Gibson Gallery.

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