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Lindsay Montgomery, “Hag Rebellion” 2022, Tin-glazed earthenware, 21.5” x 26.6” x 2.5”

Toronto, Canada

Earth Oracles

March 19th - June 25th, 2022

Pondering the meaning and consequences of the multiverse, I seek objects that take me to another world. The artists included in Earth Oracles accept the vastness and possibilities of the universe beyond the known or hidden within the mundane. Rather than fear the unknown, they allow it to inspire an engagement with materials, realities, and histories. They show us transformed worlds of the future and the past and worlds that may co-exist with our own. They tell new versions of the histories we were taught...

Earth Oracles Opening ReceptionSaturday, March 19th, 2022, 3-8 PM

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Lindsay Montgomery, “Hag Rebellion” 2022, Tin-glazed earthenware, 21.5” x 26.6” x 2.5”

Past Exhibitions


Toronto, Canada

"Earth Oracles"’s Panel Discussion Hosted by Gardiner Museum

Sunday, March 20th, 3-5 pm

We are honored to present the "Earth Oracles” panel discussion hosted by the Gardiner Museum. Special thanks to the whole team of Gardiner Museum for considering this free public program as an essential community partnership and supporting Mayten’s Projects.

The conversation will center on the role of Clay and Ceramic as an age-old material in the contemporary art dialogue and will be moderated by curator Lindsay Montgomery, the panelists are artists; Roxanne Jackson, Sasha Koozel, Marissa Alexander, Shannon Goff, Sami Tsang and curator, Farnoosh Talaee. Following the panel discussion, there will be a Q&A.

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Allie Gattor, Rug 2020, Pen, coloured pencil and marker on paper, 9 x 12 ″

Toronto, Canada

Land of the Bland

February 5th - March 5th, 2022

"LAND OF THE BLAND" is the outcome of two years of developing and exploring humankind's conduct with its surroundings encountered with lockdown during the current pandemic by self-taught Montreal-based artist Allie Gattor. This exhibition will be her first solo exhibition and first time showing pieces in Toronto. lthough most creatives form and produce ideas in solitude and are isolated from society oftentimes; living in isolation is a mixed blessing, with its downsides and advantages for all of us.

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Allie Gattor, Rug 2020, Pen, coloured pencil and marker on paper, 9 x 12 ″

Mahsa Merci, Miche, 2021, Oil on canvas, 24 x 18

Toronto, Canada

Silent Stars

October 28, 2021 - January 15, 2022

First solo exhibition of Mahsa Merci in North America, Mahsa Merci, born in 1990 in Tehran, Iran, holds a Bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design from Tehran University of Art and a Master of Painting from the University of Manitoba, Canada.

Toronto-based Iranian artist Mahsa Merci’s solo exhibition culminates two years of creation and the examination of the restrictiveness of social norms, especially for the LGBTQIA+ community.

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Mahsa Merci, Miche, 2021, Oil on canvas, 24 x 18"

Charlotte Healey, LED 2021, Acrylic on acrylic panel with chains

Toronto, Canada

Conversation

September 10 - October 23, 2021

The Conversation is a group exhibition that gathered nineteen individual and collective artists from all over Canada to bring their own artistic language to the exhibition's discourse—examining the definition of multiculturalism in Canada.

Join us Thursday, September 9, 6–9 pm, to celebrate the opening of Conversation. Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to RSVP for the opening reception.

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Charlotte Healey, LED 2021, Acrylic on acrylic panel with chains

Abby Masoumi, Untitled 2020, hand-stitched embroidery & beadwork on cotton paper, 38 × 45 cm

Toronto, Canada

Who Am I?, Inaugural
exhibition of the
Iranian Artist Relief Fund

July 26 to September 4, 2021

Iranian Artists Relief is an annual curatorial program that unifies individual Iranian artists for synergic outcomes presented by Mayten's founded in 2020. We believe arts and culture contribute to strengthening cultural identity and fostering a shared vision for the community.

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Abby Masoumi, Untitled 2020, hand-stitched embroidery & beadwork on cotton paper, 38 × 45 cm