Gurevich Fine Art, 200 – 62 Albert Street
June 3, 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm
After graduating from the University of Manitoba with a BFA with Honours, Cyrus Smith has been actively participating in numerous group shows at institutions including:
Gallery 1.1.1., Plug In ICA, and the Winnipeg Art Gallery. His work has been published in Border Crossings Magazine, Toro Magazine, The National Post, and shown on CBC ‘Artspots’. Smith has been written about in The Globe and Mail and Maclean’s.
Smith is producing work at a hyper velocity in many different mediums including assemblage, painting, sculpture, photography, video, and performance.
Aesthetically, his work ranges from Post Formalism to Dumpster Pop.
Cyrus Smith works on a grand scale - first as a graffiti artist painting the brick walls and train cars of Winnipeg and now with acrylic on canvas. Sensitivity and generosity are fused with a cynical edge using libertarian socio-political concerns of contemporary Canadians.
He experiments with colour and form, fusing modernist aesthetics to pressing issues like genetic modification, global warming and war.
Gurevich Fine Art is a gallery focusing on Canadian contemporary artists.
The gallery has work from:
Cliff Eyland, Keith Wood, Robert Bruce, Katharine Bruce, Ludolf Grolle, Louis Bako, Phillip Brake, Elaine Banerjee, Douglas Smith, Miriam Rudolph, Sue Gordon, Milos Milidrag, Marie Doris Valois, Mohan Tenuwara, Gerry Kopelow, Kristy Miyanishi, Toby Bartlett, Noel Bebee, Cyrus Smith
T: 204 488-0662
F: 204 942-8144