Latin Art Exhibitions
Presented by TD Salsa in Toronto
Every year, TD Salsa in Toronto presents a Latin Art Exhibition highlighting the most inspiring pieces from Latino and Hispanic artists celebrating Canada’s rich multiculturalism and Toronto’s love for Latin culture.
May 21st to 28th, 2020 (dates to be confirmed)
Columbus Centre, 901 Lawrence Ave W, Toronto, ON.
The 2020 Latin Art Exhibition will feature the Havana 500 collection from the Colombian artist Angel Torres! In his Havana 500 selection, Torres shares his vision and experience with Cuba in 2018.Visiting for the first time, it was a most indelible impression made upon him. For the challenges Cubans face, one can’t help but see the valour and hope with which the people face daily life with so much warmth, art, music and a simple ‘alegria de vivir’!
2019 also commemorated Havanaʼs 500th Anniversary, so with this collection Torres shares his inspirations and the magic and passion of this vibrant culture undergoing great change and always brimming with hope, and courage for bright a new future.
TD Salsa In Toronto Festival is a proud presenter of this exhibition in partnership with Villa Charities.
About the Artist:
ANGEL TORRES is a Colombian-Canadian photographer whose been photographing for arts and business publications in Toronto while organically developing his portraiture, travel and urban landscapes photography for over a decade. His work appears in Toronto’s corporate, art, LGBTQ and media sectors, he has exhibited in Duesseldorf, Germany in 2018, and has ongoing exhibits at The Continental Dance Club – main collector of the artist. As an independent entrepreneur, he balances charitable work and challenges creative comfort zones to benefit and fulfill his vision for an eclectic business clientele at ArchangelDesign.ca and an ever-growing clientele at Angel Torres Photography . His work always succeeds in capturing the humanity of his subjects and truth in story lines. As a perfectionist, he’s only content with expressing the very best of his skills and artistry, and always summons up great authenticity and depth from his subjects for the camera. With a talented eye for colour and light, his works capture evocative, magical moments to share with us all.
Maraca & Mango
As part of the 2019 TD Salsa in Toronto, event lineup, Maraca and Mango Pop-up Exhibition featured 26 pieces of art from 13 local and international artists. Perfectly combining visual art and Latin American culture, inspiring a cultural fusion of ideas and perspectives. To learn more about the artists connect with them below.
The 2018 Latin Art Exhibition featured a collection from an international Colombian artist, Mao Correa – who produced a series of work with the intent of evoking conversation about recycling and global consumption. View at the artwork below.
Carril Bici Art Exhibition featured a photographic collection inspired by the Cuban Do-It-Yourself culture for Bike construction. The artist developed the collection during his 10-day trip with no prior knowledge of the culture. The exhibition explores the norms of Cuban culture and brings forth ideas that inspire. View the full story below.