Alan Klinkhoff Gallery Announces Tribute to John Little for Autumn 2017

Alan Klinkhoff Gallery Announces Tribute to John Little for Autumn 2017

In September,  2017, Alan Klinkhoff Gallery will celebrate John Little’s 65 year contribution to Canadian painting with an exhibition in his honour. John Little: City Life, 1951… will be featured at our galleries in Montreal and Toronto. If you have paintings by John Little that you wish to submit for consideration and possible inclusion in this exhibition or the catalogue, we […]

Fine Art & Hockey Exhibition Guided Tours in Toronto

Fine Art & Hockey Exhibition Guided Tours in Toronto

We invite you to join us for a guided tour of FINE ART & HOCKEY: A Point of View. Alan and Jonathan Klinkhoff will be giving tours at our Toronto Gallery at the following times: Friday September 23th, 1:00pm, 3:30pm Saturday, September 24th, 11:00am, 1:00pm This exhibition, which is on view at our Toronto Gallery until October 1st, features important […]

Alan Klinkhoff Gallery to Open at 113 Yorkville Ave. in Autumn 2015

Alan Klinkhoff Gallery to Open at 113 Yorkville Ave. in Autumn 2015

Along with my father, Alan, and brother, Craig, I am proud to announce that Alan Klinkhoff Gallery will open an art gallery in Toronto’s Yorkville district in the autumn of 2015. The gallery will be located at 113 Yorkville Avenue, near the intersection of Hazelton Avenue. Founded upon a 65 year tradition of family and […]

Morrice, Lyman and Matisse on display at McMichael

Morrice, Lyman and Matisse on display at McMichael

Last Thursday my father, Alan, and I attended the lenders evening for the exhibition Morrice and Lyman in the Company of Matisse at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection in Kleinburg, Ontario. This formidable exhibition is the latest in a series of significant research-based projects originating from the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec (MNBAQ) and the final one by award-winning curator Michèle Grandbois, who has since retired.

Yves Gaucher’s Grey on Grey Paintings

Yves Gaucher’s Grey on Grey Paintings

Grey on grey series “one of the stellar achievements of Canadian painting (or international painting…)” Yves Gaucher’s “grey on grey” paintings have been described as “one of the stellar achievements of Canadian painting (or international painting, for that matter).” [1]. Reviewing an exhibition of three grey on grey canvases at the 1968 Edinburgh Festival, British […]

Morrice and Lyman in the Company of Matisse at the MNBAQ

Morrice and Lyman in the Company of Matisse at the MNBAQ

Congratulations to the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec (MNBAQ) for the exhibition “Morrice and Lyman in the Company of Matisse”, which opened yesterday.

Show time

Show time

Our aluminium window display panels were installed yesterday and this is the result.  An unintended but striking consequence, as I found out while leaving last night, is that the panels reflect the surrounding environment, blending in and allowing the paintings to “pop” out.

What a difference a day makes

What a difference a day makes

Even yesterday morning, the gallery space seemed like an empty shell and it looked like there was still much work to be done…no lighting, no hanging equipment, and there were ladders, sheets and workmen everywhere (see yesterday’s post). It hardly felt like an art gallery. One day has changed all that. Yesterday, we hung some […]

Getting close

Getting close

Yesterday, technicians and workers began installing our new state of the art lighting system and today they will start installing the hanging tracks. Tomorrow is the big move.