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Energy Gallery presents

"Spring Salon .07 & Durées" - by 73 International Artist

  March 29 - April 8, 2007

Opening Reception: March 29th   6:30 - 10:30 pm


Two exhibitions in one space –

Spring Salon.07 showcases work by 65 artists who have been featured in the online exhibitions organized by Energy Gallery. These are locally and internationally well-established artists coming from Canada, USA, UK, Ireland, Finland, Italy, France, Germany, Austria, Czech Republic, South Korea, China, Australia, New Zealand, India, and Nigeria. Their works constitute a wide range of mediums including painting, sculpture, photography, video and installations. For a complete list of artists please visit:

Durée is an exhibition curated by June Rhee, showcasing work by Toronto artists Harvey Chan, David Cheung, Sharon Cook, Henry Ho, Mark Isaac, Joni Moriyama, Doris Ha Lin Sung, & Seong-Kyoo Jeon from South Korea.

The title of this show reflects the philosophical nature of the works created by the eight artists who explore the meaning of time and space. The term, borrowed from Henri Bergson, refers to a “real time” that is perceived qualitatively. According to Bergson, no physical conception of time and space can explain the multiplicity of consciousness and imagination. The artists in this show share their perception of time with various themes and styles.

To preview work, please go to

Energy Gallery is an arts organization operated by professional artists, art instructors and curators for promoting emerging and established artists globally. Recognizing that we live in an information age within a global environment, Energy Gallery operates without geographic boundaries. Besides exhibiting juried shows online, the gallery also organizes physical shows in Toronto and other cities. Since its inception in 2005, Energy Gallery has showcased work by more than 250 established and emerging artists from around the world. The website has received close to 1 million hits since January 2006.

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