Monday, September 26, 2011

NUIT BLANCHE : Toronto

DRAWING EVENT with Sylwia Bartosik        
The Postcards: ready to send!  NUIT BLANCHE, 2011
 nuit blanche 
2011 @Brownstone Bistro
oct 1, 11pm - oct 2, 1:00am

603 Yonge St. (near Wellesley)
TORONTO. 416.920.6288 for reservations, if you would like to dine as well.

I'm excited to be participating again for this year's Nuit Blanche.  I will be showing some of my paintings, doing a short drawing performance, and my Postcard Project III (courtesy of good friends; Erika and Jimmy) at Brownstone Bistro.  I hope you can make it and enjoy a fun night of dining and looking at art! 

Outside, Brownstone Bistro's Patio PROJECTIONS:
"her love stories" (film stills and separate slides)  © Aleks Bartosik 2006
Postcard Project I (Harvest Festival 2010)
In 2006, the city of Toronto created a night where artists and art lovers could come together to celebrate the spectacle that is Toronto. Starting at dusk and not concluding until dawn, individuals from around the world are treated to a free art show put together by both local and international artists.

Brownstone Bistro will have 3 artists, including myself, who will be displaying their creativity in a variety of mediums including painting, drawing, digital design, and fashion.  In addition to this, continuing with the theme of the White Night, the Bistro will be featuring complimentary samples of Kronenbourg's White Beer, Kronenbourg Blanc.  This wheat beer combines the smooth, tangy taste of orange citrus with their brilliantly crafted lager. As if that was not enough, the chef has designed an all new Tapas menu which he will be unveiling the night of the event!

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Intense Postcard signing!

+++ The FOUR (above) postcards are compliments of Erika and Jims.  Thank you guys!!+++
 [ most photos were taken by Oliver da Silva, 2011 ]

3 comments:

Dabrowski said...

Congratulations on the show and exhibitions... Best Regards, Waldemar

Sam Ho said...

Hi Aleks,
I just found your postcard tucked away in a box at home. It's an intriguing concept to have strangers write about something good to another.
Cheers,
Sam Ho

a l ek s said...

Thank you Dabrowski and Sam Ho! Sam - that's amazing you found it! :D enjoy!