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Jeremy Tsang (T-SANG)
Interdisciplinary Visual Practise || Public Art || Incubator || Advocate

All Rights Reserved. Toronto, ON, Canada.

Jeremy Tsang W.H. (BFA, NSCAD University) is an interdisciplinary artist with a varied & cerebral practice based in Toronto. Tsang has exhibited in galleries, artist-run centres & art spaces including St. Mary’s University Art Gallery (SMUAG) (Halifax, NS), John B. Aird Gallery (curated by art critic Gary Michael Dault), Gallery 1313 and Toronto Evergreen Brick Works (Toronto, ON), to Latitude 53 (Edmonton, AB). In 2015, he was featured in an issue of Concrete Flux Zine (Beijing, CN).

His large scale public art installations have been exhibited across Canada, in Nocturne (Halifax, NS), Lumiere Festival (Cape Breton, NS), BIG on Bloor & Junction Summer Solistice Festival (Toronto, ON), W.A.V.E.S. Festival (Windsor, ON), igNIGHT (Ft. McMurray, AB), to Nuit Blanche (Saskatoon, SK). He was recently profiled in Maclean’s Magazine as “Art Star: NSCAD graduate Jeremy Tsang is the darling of the night-time installation crowd.”

Upcoming in Canada’s sesquicentennial (2017), two of Tsang’s newly commissioned large-scale works both exploring the Asian diaspora, the building of the Canadian Pacific Railway and Canada’s long welcoming policy for immigrants and refugees will displayed outdoors in Saskatoon’s Chinese community (with a Chinese “junk-boat”) for the Placemaker Program and Calgary’s downtown core (with a Chinoiserie chandelier made of clear chopsticks) in the inaugural Glow Festival.

Tsang’s work of photographs, videos, text, object-making, reinterpretation of found ephemera, and installations are included in the public collections of Sobey Art Foundation and SMUAG and as well private collections around the world. Jeremy Tsang also divides his time running a boutique-sized digital printing studio, JEREMY DOES ART PRINTS for artists and advice on various boards, concurrently with Gallery 1313 and NSCAD Alumni Association (NSCADAA).

Recently launched and sharing the space of Tsang's studio located in the Lower Junction, the newly minted gallery district of Toronto, Canada, directly across from the Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto Canada (MOCA), Double Happiness Projects (DHP). An art exhibition space that seeks to support the projects of emerging artists, shining a light on alternative or underrepresented cultural makers and communities. In part, it is borne out of the belief that the Toronto art landscape is in need of a few more casual, yet critical spaces for discourse. With soaring real estate pricing out many galleries, it is hope that DHP provides the opportunity for experimental interventions by artists, collaborators, curators and the public.

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