Carlos Amorales Exhibit at the Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery


I have always had the affinity for visual art, and the Power Plant Art Gallery down at Harbourfront has always been one of my favorite galleries to visit in Toronto. Admission is currently free until the end of the year.

There is currently an exhibition I particularly enjoyed by Mexican artist Carlos Amorales called Black Cloud. The piece is a display of 30,000 paper moths of 36 life-size cut outs individually hand glued to the walls of the gallery's celerstorey as a statement of climate change from post-industrialization where the new type of black moths emerged from mining and coal burning industries. The variation of the same theme has been installed in different galleries all over the world.

The Power Plant is a non-profit art gallery which also offers regular lectures and symposiums throughout the year. For their regular program and events, connect with them on Facebook. Admission is free until the end of the year through sponsor by BMO Financial Group.

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