Narwhal Projects, 680 Queen St. W., 647-346-5317. March 16 - April 20, opening reception March 16, 7 p.m.
Food and female sexuality are the powerful blend of ideas behind a new exhibition at a Queen West art gallery.
The Narwhal Projects art space will unveil its latest exhibit, Japanese artist Junko Mizuno’s “Venus Cake,” tomorrow evening. The exhibit includes 20 original works, each featuring Mizuno’s signature pin-up style: wide-eyed, female characters blended with, and sometimes made up of, different kinds of painted or sketched food.
This will be Mizuno’s second Canadian show, and the first in a new series of works inspired by her obsession with food and how it relates to women’s sexuality.
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