Judy Singer

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Judy Singer

In 1974, towards the end of her fourth year at York University’s Fine Arts programme, Judy Singer was discovered by the late Jack Pollock, one of Toronto’s foremost gallery owners of the times. From this first show at the Pollock Gallery, she has gone on to show in many solo and group exhibitions across Canada and the United States.

Most notably, Singer was chosen in 1982 to represent Canada at the Carnegie International in Pittsburgh. In 2006, she was inducted into The Royal Canadian Academy of Arts.

Over the years, she has forged strong collegial relationships with many luminaries in the art world; fellow artists Sir Anthony Caro, Helen Frankenthaler, and Larry Poons who critiqued her work at The Triangle Workshop in 1983 and prominent critics Ken Carpenter, the late Clement Greenberg, Karen Wilkin, Kenworth Moffett, and Joan Murray who have all been regular visitors to her studio.

Judy Singer also taught painting, drawing and art history at York University from 1976 to 2005. Judy continues to paint and exhibit her fantastic artwork.

Solo Shows:
2022     October, Fischtein Fine Art, Toronto
2022      Dynamic Duo, Judy Singer and Judy Thomas, Holland Tunnel Gallery, Newburgh, N.Y.
2019      Colour & Form, Rukaj Gallery, Toronto.
2014      Walnut Contemporary, Toronto.
2012      B Contemporary Gallery, Hamilton, Ont.
2012      Art & Jazz, Trane Studio, Toronto
2002      Scott Gallery, Edmonton
2002      Tyndale College and Seminary, Toronto
2001      Moore Gallery, Toronto
2000      Drabinsky Gallery, Toronto
1998      Berger Gallery, Pittsburgh
1994      Holy Blossom Temple Gallery, Toronto
1989      Bonnie Kagan Gallery, Toronto
1984      Marianne Friedland Gallery, Toronto
1982      Anne Doran Gallery, Ottawa
1982      Elca London Gallery, Montreal
1982      Gallery One, Toronto
1981      Gallery One, Toronto
1979      Pollock Gallery, Toronto
1978      Pollock Gallery, Toronto
1975      Pollock Gallery, Toronto
1974      Pollock Gallery, Toronto

Group Shows:
2018      “Gestural Hands”: Frankenthaler, Schapiro, Service, Singer, Rukaj Gallery, Toronto.
2016      The Brain Project, Baycrest, Toronto
2015      16th Annual Juried Drawing Exhibit, Aird Gallery, Toronto
2015      10th Anniversary Exhibit, Miles Nadal JCC, Toronto
2014      “Hibernus”, Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, Aird Gallery, Toronto.
2012      Petroff Gallery, Toronto
2012      The Art House, Hamilton, ON.
2007      “25th Anniversary Alumni Exhibition”, Triangle Arts Association, New York
2007      “Crossing Borders, Works by Canadian Artists”, Kenan Centre Gallery, Lockport, New York
2007      “Summer Group Show”, Art Gallery of Ontario Art Rental Gallery, Toronto
2007      “Centre for Canadian Contemporary Art”, Gladstone Hotel, Toronto
2006      “Material Culture, The Fine Art of Textile”, Salt Lake Art Centre, Utah
2005      Moore Gallery, Toronto
2004      The Art Company, Toronto
2004      Moore Gallery, Toronto
2003      “Du Collage: L’Artiste Comme Collectionneur”, Stewart Hall Art Gallery, Montreal
2003      Faculty Art Exhibit, Goldfarb Centre for the Arts, York University, Toronto
2003      Self Portraits, Flesherton Art Gallery, Flesherton
2002      “A Gift of Friendship”, Chinese Cultural Centre, Toronto, Jewish Refugee Memorial Hall of Shanghai, Ohel Moishe Synagogue, Shanghai
2002      Moore Gallery, Toronto
2001      Triangle Workshop Artists at OCAD, Ontario College of Art and Design
2001      There is Still “Still Life”, Russell Gallery, Peterborough
2001      “Evidence of Things Unseen”, Tyndale College & Seminary, Toronto
2001      “Small Paintings”, Moore Gallery, Toronto
2001      “Illuminations: Visions of the Prophets, Poets, and Sages”, Liss Gallery, Toronto
2001      “Winter 2001”, Moore Gallery, Toronto
2000      Scott Gallery, Edmonton
1998      Drabinsky Friedland Gallery, Toronto
1990      Bonnie Kagan Gallery, Toronto
1986      Marianne Friedland Gallery, Toronto
1984      “Sword Street Press Prints”, The Art Gallery of Hamilton
1982      Edmonton Art Gallery
1982      “Carnegie International”, travelling exhibit to: Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, Seattle Art Museum, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney Judy Singer was one of two artists chosen to represent Canada at this international exhibit of sixty-three artists from twenty-seven countries.
1981      The Art Gallery at Harbourfront, Toronto
1981      “Heritage of Jack Bush”, travelling exhibit to: Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Koffler Gallery, Oakville Centennial Gallery, Kitchener Waterloo Art Gallery, Burlington Cultural Centre, Rodman Hall Art Centre, Art Gallery of Peterborough, The Gallery/Stratford, Sir George Williams Galleries, Art Gallery of Windsor
1980      Gallery One, Toronto
1977      The Art Gallery of Woodstock
1977      Pollock Gallery, Toronto
1974      “Art´74”, Beth Tzedec Synagogue, Toronto

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