The modern.toronto is 3500 square feet of exhibition space located at 68 Abell St Abell Alley, Toronto, ON in the heart of the arts district.
The modern.toronto, is a not for profit organization dedicated to educating and increasing the public’s understanding and appreciation of the arts by undertaking the operation of a museum of modern art in Canada and the presentation and exhibition of works in this field.
The modern.toronto will exhibit and promote modern visual art in the form of emerging non-objective abstract art by Canadian and international artists whose works are innovative and influential. Non-objective abstract or abstract expressionism is a post-World War II genre of art that is nonrepresentational and improvisational. The art genre characteristically depicts non-organic images in an unstructured space, emphasizing emotional expression and technique.
Over time, the modern.toronto will develop and provide instructional workshops for youth and amateur artists, educational seminars and lectures for the general public in connection with current exhibitions as a means to advance the knowledge and appreciation of non-objective abstract art.
As a not for profit organization, the modern.toronto will always accept monetary donations and will issue a Charitable Donation receipt in return.
Board of Directors and Staff:
Ben Woolfitt, Executive Director
Bonnie Kievit, Director
Susan Breitner, Treasurer
Jim Billett, Financial Advisor
Jack Lambert, Gallery Manager
To make a donation or for more details contact:firstname.lastname@example.org