Tatar Gallery was founded in 1996 for the purpose of promoting strong and innovative contemporary art worldwide. Our mandate includes a commitment to cultivating an encounter between collectors and artists demonstrating new trends in contemporary art, particularly works that boldly rearticulate established forms and works representing the direction into new media.
To better facilitate this encounter, Tatar Gallery maintains its exhibition programming in a unique space located at 600 King Street West, 4th Floor, Toronto. This exhibition venue provides a space of experimentation for Tatar Gallery and the artists it represents. More than just a promotion of the latest developments in contemporary art, our exhibition programming is designed to demonstrate new strategies in the presentation of art and to explore the ensuing spatial relationships.
We invite you to visit our current exhibition entitled Cara Barer: The Book Project. To book an appointment, please call 416-360-3822.
The Tatar Gallery accepts unsolicited artists submissions and proposals.
The Tatar Gallery’s programming mandate is designed to reflect contemporary curatorial practices. Our exhibitions are located on the 3rd floor of The Spoke Club, 600 King Street West, across the street from the Tatar Gallery offices, 527 King Street West, Suite 300.
Visiting an exhibition: While the Spoke Club is a members-only facility, an open invitation is extended to all who wish to attend the public opening reception of any exhibition. When arriving at an opening, please introduce yourself to the concierge on the 4th floor who will direct you to the exhibition space.
To visit an exhibition on an alternative date, call Tatar Gallery at 416-360-3822 to book an appointment.
If you wish to be included on our mailing list, please send us an email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tatar Gallery accepts year-round submissions from artists, and is interested in new and exciting works that both inspire and challenge viewers. We are currently seeking work that creatively explores new avenues in traditional materials or work demonstrating a strong command of new and time-based media. Selection is based on demonstrated quality, innovation, and excellence. Submissions should be illustrative of completed bodies of work with strongly developed themes.
Tatar Gallery only accepts unsolicited submissions in electronic format.
Please review the following guidelines:
- 10-15 numbered images, jpegs or mpegs only, presented chronologically (example: 01title.jpg, 02title.jpg.10title.jpg); images will not appear in proper chronological order unless the first 9 begin with a zero). Individual image files should not exceed 100KB, and the total email size should not exceed 1MB. Please do not send emails over this size restriction, as they will not be considered.
- If you are sending a video file, ensure that it can be opened with one of the following: QuickTime, RealPlayer, or Windows Media Player. In an attached MS Word file, include an image list that provides the titles, dates, media and dimensions of each work, and ensure these are numbered in a way that corresponds to the attached images so they may be easily cross-referenced.
- A current Curriculum Vitae containing all relevant educational and professional information such as exhibitions (solo and group), awards, publications, collections and articles . A detailed artist statement Please ensure all attached documents are clearly labeled to indicate their contents, and your name, email address, current mailing address, and telephone number are located at the top of each document.
- Links to websites may sent in lieu of the above, provided they contain all required information
CD-ROMs may be sent to:
Marieke Treilhard, Director Curator
527 King Street West, Suite 300
Canada M5V 1K4
T 416 360 3822
Please direct all email submissions to the following with "Artist Submission" in the subject line (not to exceed 1 MB): email@example.com