56 Mulock Avenue, Unit 1, Toronto, ON

M6N 3C4, Canada



Ficus Interfaith, Isabelle Frances McGuire, Michael Freeman Badour, Connor Crawford February 16 – March 9, 2019

Opening Reception: Saturday, February 16, 2019


Ficus Interfaith is a collaboration between Ryan Bush (b. 1990, Denver, CO) and Raphael Martinez Cohen (b. 1989, New York, NY). As much a research initiative as studio practice, they are focused on their interactions with natural history and environment. Their work has been exhibited at Kai Matsumiya (New York, NY), From the Desk of Lucy Bull, (Los Angeles, CA), Interstate Projects (New York, NY), and Prairie (Chicago, IL).

Isabelle Frances McGuire lives and works in Chicago, IL. Currently, they are an artist in residence at Latitude Chicago. They are the co-founder of the music group Chicago Art Club with artist Kira Scerbin. Recent exhibitions include “At the End of the Game You Will Be Forgotten” at Alyssa Davis Gallery (New York, NY), “Flat Earth Film Festival” (Seyðisfjörður, IS), and “I am a Cliché” at Prairie (Chicago, IL). Upcoming exhibitions include “Beach House” at Kings Leap (New York, NY).

Michael Freeman Badour (b. 1987) received a BFA from OCAD University in 2014. His work has been presented in solo, two person and group exhibitions at The Loon (Toronto, ON) , Little Sister Gallery (Toronto, ON), Roberta Pelan (Toronto, ON), Topless Rockaway (New York, NY), CK2 Gallery (New York, NY) and The National Gallery of Canada (Ottawa, ON) among others. From 2014 to 2016 Badour co-ran Carrier Arts, a nomadic exhibition platform which aimed to re-contextualize art with experimental programming in private, public and online spaces. He was a finalist in the 2017 RBC Canadian Painting Competition and was the recipient of the 2014 Drawing and Painting award from OCAD University.

Connor Crawford (b. 1992, Oliphant, ON) is a multimedia artist who lives and works in Toronto, ON. Recent solo, two person and group exhibitions include “Prophecy Club” at MX Gallery (New York, NY), “Act II: Joke Courtyard” at The Loon (Toronto, ON), “Acrophobia” at Main Street (Toronto, ON) and “Usher 3: Reloaded” at February (Austin, TX). Upcoming exhibitions include “Alternate Garden” at Sibling (Toronto, ON).



Modern Landscape, 2019
concrete, terrazzo, walnut frame
13 x 27 1/2  x 1 1/4 inches


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