International Galleries at this year's fair

Art Toronto 2013
Oct 11, 2013 11:38PM

Every year Art Toronto welcomes modern and contemporary galleries from around the world.  This year, galleries represent 15 countries including Canada, France, Israel, Korea, Mexico, Spain, Japan, Denmark, China, UK, USA, Italy, Netherlands, Belgium and Germany.

Beers Contemporary London, UK 

Bicha Gallery London, UK

J. Cacciola Gallery / BlueLeaf Gallery New York, USA

Contempop Expressions Galleries Tel Aviv, Israel

Jonathan Cooper, Park Walk Gallery London, UK

Cynthia Corbett Gallery London, UK

Bruno Dahl Gallery Ebeltoft, Denmark 

Galerie GAIA Seoul, Korea

Jill George Gallery London, UK

Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery London, UK & New York, USA 

K+Y Gallery, Paris Paris France 

Julie M. Gallery Toronto, Canada & Tel Aviv, Israel

Messum’s London, UK 

Modernbook Gallery San Francisco, USA

Nine Gallery Gwangju, Korea

Projects Gallery Philadelphia & Miami, USA

Quantum Contemporary Art London, UK 

Mary Ran Gallery Cincinnati, USA

Galerie Raphael Frankfurt, Germany

Cynthia-Reeves Walpole, USA

Gallery Tableau Seoul, Korea

ten472 Contemporary Nevada City CA, USA

Thompson’s Galleries London, UK

Galerie Van Der Planken Antwerp, Belgium

Villa del Arte galleries Barcelona, Spain & Amsterdam, Netherlands

Vision Neil Folberg Gallery Jerusalem, Israel 

Mike Weiss Gallery New York, USA

Wellside Gallery Seoul, Korea

Woolff Gallery London, UK

Zemack Contemporary Art Tel Aviv, Israel 

NEXT & Not-For-Profit

Antena Estudio Mexico City, Mexico

MA2Gallery Tokyo, Japan

The New Wall Gallery Garza García, Mexico

Tezukayama Gallery Osaka, Japan

3D Gallery Venice, Italy 

UCCA Limited Editions Beijing, China

Image credits

Andy Burgess, courtesy of Cynthia Corbett Gallery, London UK

Art Toronto 2013