In collaboration with Love Letter Projects, Pangeaseed Foundation, Friends of the Pan Am Path. 2016.
Rally hosts Big Sean
Commercial pop-up + place-making on Ossington. 2017. Only Canadian edition.
Rally hosts Hennessey x Scott Campbell.
Commercial pop-up + place-making, 2016.
Temporary Community Mural
Artist Tessar Lo welcoming Hullmark's newest cultural acquisition of 952 Queen Street West.
International Exhibition Schedule, Gallery incubator, Rally Ossington 2015-2017.
Rally presented regular gallery exhibitions featuring artists from Toronto, Montreal, Mexico City, Savannah, New York.
A Love Letter to the Great Lakes
Seen here the series produced by Friends of the Pan Am Path in collaboration with Love Letter Projects, Pangeaseed Foundation, Waterfront TO and City of Toronto.
Rally hosted Starboy pop-up, 2016.
Sought after as location for the only Canadian edition of Starboy pop-up. The only location where he appeared in person for his fans.
NXNE Art, Curator & Director
10 days. 50+ artists from the North East region: Toronto, Montreal, New York, Detroit. Murals, Interactive Art, Spaces for Discovery.
Featured Exhibit CONTACT Photography Festival, 2011.
Hermann & Audrey's CONTACT exhibit featured 5 installations that merged contemporary image culture, sculpture, screens and interactivity. Exhibiting artists: Javier Lovera, Simon Rojas, Steve Carty, Jalani Morgan, Shingo Shimizu, Cory Vanderploeg, Scott MacIntyre. Support from Samsung, 99 Sudbury Gallery (inaugural exhibit), Taylor Group.
A Love Letter to the Great Lakes
In collaboration with Love Letter Projects, Pangeaseed Foundation, Friends of the Pan Am Path and supporters lululemon, LUSH, Matte PR, Instagrafite, Osel Pinturas, Montana Cans.
Creative Community Haunt. Rally Ossington, 2016
Welcomed 35 creative community events from fashion previews, film screenings, art showcases, product launches, debates to private record release parties.
A Love Letter to the Great Lakes, 2016.
Seen here the series produced by Friends of the Pan Am Path in collaboration with Love Letter Projects, Pangeaseed Foundation, Waterfront TO and City of Toronto. Mural by Jason Botkin, also Artistic Director of the festival.
Life Cycles, 2013.
An exhibit featuring 6 distinct artistic collections rooted in photography, video, interactivity, and community programming that explores the bicycle as a vehicle for voyeurism, community, marker of individual style, and way of life. Life Cycles celebrated the bicycle and the people who ride them. Supported by telus, samsung and the Dundas West BIA for Toronto's Bike Month.
Commercial pop-up destination, ALDO, Rally 2016.
Cabinet Éphémère Fashion pop-up, 2015.
Rally hosted a collection of Montréal's best fashion designers.
Produced by Endless City, the FORMS Summit welcomed people interested in tactical urbanism and leading minds from Amsterdam, Toronto and Brooklyn. Rally hosted the week-long summit and parties alongside The Great Hall.
Life Cycles, 2015.
An exhibition and outdoor series of events in celebration of the bicycle and the people who ride them. Wheat-pasting alleyway photos as part of NXNE Art's urban takeovers, artist Steve Carty.
Art + Commerce
Bringing authentic connection to the artistic process while highlighting the superb quality of a 4k television. Samsung activation, Hermann & Audrey, 2013. Artist Jon Todd.
Wishlist, Rally Ossington, 2016.
A micro-retail pilot featuring 5 shops in one extended holiday market destination on Ossington. Featured Frank + Oak, Mary Young, Chance & Fate, Bobbies and KOTN.
NXNE Art, Yonge & Dundas Square.
CONTACT Photography Festival, 2011.
Hermann & Audrey's CONTACT exhibit featured 5 installations that merged contemporary image culture, sculpture, screens and interactivity. Exhibiting artists: Javier Lovera, Simon Rojas, Steve Carty, Jalani Morgan, Shingo Shimizu, Cory Vanderploeg, Scott MacIntyre. Dinner parties, previews and special event program.
WAVE, Interactive Art Installation, Dundas West. 2014.
When the participant waved, her image was saved to an online gallery where you could view your community saying hi. Artists: Rob Maus, Michael Joffe. Hosted by Hermann & Audrey as part of the 2014 Fall schedule of art offerings.
Hebru Brantley "Coffee Makes you Black", 2015.
Chicago artist solo exhibition and outdoor mural at 12 Ossington. The launch showcase and event schedule for the Rally project.
Rally hosted Pecha Kucha, 2015.
Pecha Kucha, Japanese for chit-chat is an international ideas forum. The series organized by Amy Bath featured city builders and Toronto urbanism focus.
Rally Ossington, 2016.
Panel alongside Babbu the Painter and Hate Copy 'Shame Shame' exhibition curated by Giles Monnette and Gaurav Sawhney.
NXNE Art, 2015.
At NXNE 2015, the Creation Collision on Queen Street West in collaboration with lululemon athletica. Artist Tessar Lo.
Ossington Hebru Brantley Mural, 2015.
Chicago artist solo exhibition and outdoor mural at 12 Ossington. The launch showcase and event schedule for the Rally project. With Hullmark Developments.
NXNE Art Lounge
The nucleus of the NXNE Art programming the interactive hub was powered by Samsung newest launch projects. Artists used the UHD and 4k tablets to create an immersive vision of a future city. Partisans Architecture and Norm Li created a real-time model to impact city growth. Exhibiting artists at the Art Lounge: Future Talk, David Spriggs, Baillat et Cardell, Turn me On Design, Juliana Neufeld, Matthew Borrett, Partisans, Norm Li.
Interactive Installation, NXNE Art, 2014.
Turn me On Design created the entrance light installation motorized to create an illusory effect. NNXE Art Lounge powered by Samsung's technology.
Rally Ossington, 2016.
Line-ups at Rally Ossington, 2016.
A series of destination commercial events from Kanye West's pop-up to the pictured Starboy, generated substanial traffic to Ossington.