190 St Helens Ave
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Clint Roenisch was incorporated and opened in 2003. After 10 years of occupying both floors of 944 Queen West, adjacent to the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (MOCCA), the gallery recently moved to a larger space located at 190 Saint Helens Avenue in the new art district of Bloor and Lansdowne. Roenisch represents a diverse roster of artists across several generations who work with photography, sculpture, drawing, painting, film and installation. Several international artists including Roger Ballen (Johannesburg), Marcel van Eeden (Zurich) and Heather and Ivan Morison (Wales) have had their first solo exhibitions in Canada at Clint Roenisch.
Roenisch Gallery artists have exhibited at or been collected by the MoMA, the Centre Georges Pompidou, the National Gallery of Canada, the Berlin Biennial, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, the Venice Bienniale, the Vancouver Art Gallery, the State Museum of Russia, the Guggenheim Museum, the Stejelijk Museum, the Power Plant, Art Basel and the Sydney Biennale among many other institutions.
Since its inaugural exhibition Clint Roenisch has presented the work of Nan Goldin; Graham Gillmore; Richard Serra; Tim Braden; Andre Kertesz; Roger Ballen; Brett Lund; Marcel van Eeden; Raymond Pettibon; Marcel Dzama; Martin Bennett; Guido Molinari; Peter von Tiesenhausen; Jay Johnson; Matthew Brown; Jeremy Jansen; Heather and Ivan Morison; Kent Dorn; Douglas Walker; John Scott; Niall McClelland; Ellsworth Kelly; Eli Langer; Christian Eckart; Gabor Szilasi; Massimo Guerrera; Dorian Fitzgerald; Harold Klunder; Chris Cran; Jack Burman; Mark Ruwedel; Jason de Haan; Sylvain Bouthillette; Tony Romano and Tyler Brett (T+T); Seth Scriver; Kim Dorland; Louise Bourgeois and others.