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Friday, August 9th 2024

Opening: Azza el Siddique

Join Mattress Factory for the opening of a new solo exhibition from artist Azza el Siddique at 500 Sampsonia Way.

El Siddique was selected for exhibition by a panel of Mattress Factory Alumni artists through International Open Call. Artists who have worked in residency with Mattress Factory offer perspective unlike any other, one that is deeply familiar with the museum, engaged in many aspects of the contemporary art field, and invested in pushing our exhibitions in new directions. The artist alumni panelists for the 2022 International Open Call were Vanessa German, Sohrab Kashani, Christopher Meerdo and Sarah Oppenheimer.

Alcoholic and non-alcoholic refreshments are available.

There is limited parking at our main lot located at 505 Jacksonia Street, as well as street parking in the surrounding neighborhood.

 

About Azza el Siddique:

Azza El Siddique (b. Khartoum, Sudan) received an MFA from Yale University School of Art in 2019 and a BFA from Ontario College of Art and Design University in 2014. She has participated in residencies at Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine, Amant Foundation, NY, John Michael Kohler Arts/Industry Residency, Wisconsin and Harbourfront Center, Ontario. Her work has been featured in The New Yorker, Artforum, Artpapers, CanadianArt, and Border Crossings. Past exhibitions include In the place of annihilation, MIT List Center, Cambridge MA, Dampen the flame; Extinguish the fire, Helena Anrather, NY, that which trembles wavers, Bradley Ertaskiran, Montreal, Material Tells, Oakville Galleries, Ontario, RAW, The Gardiner Museum, Toronto, and GTA 2021, The Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto.

who IT’s For

Free and Open to All

Date & Times

August 9th, 2024
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location

500 Sampsonia
Azza El Siddique, that which trembles wavers, 2023. Installation Detail, Bradley Ertaskiran, Montreal, Canada. Photo: Paul Litherland, courtesy of the artist and Bradley Ertaskiran.

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