Founded in 1968, the Wynick/Tuck Gallery is dedicated to the representation, exhibition and promotion of contemporary Canadian and International artists.

401 Richmond Street West, Studio S27,
Toronto, Ontario, M5V 3A8

Open by appointment.

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Phone: 416-504-8716
Email: wtg@wynicktuckgallery.ca
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Following the gallery’s 45th Anniversary Exhibition in November 2012, it re-located to Studio S27, a smaller space in the 401 building, to continue in a private dealer format, open by appointment. As well as on-line and occasional special exhibitions and projects, it will also continue to provide insurance and cultural property appraisals, as well its resale service. For more information on the gallery’s new format, click here.

The gallery has presented well over 500 exhibitions, including many curated, thematic exhibitions, collaborations with public galleries and artist run centres, international art fairs and other projects, with six spaces in historic buildings in the St. Lawrence Market and Spadina/ King areas. Recollections of some of these experiences as well as other stories and interests will be posted from time to time on our new blog section. More information on the gallery’s activities can be found in “About”, which also contains a link to the previous WTG website, which will now serve as an archive.

Gallery Directors Lynne Wynick and David Tuck have served on the boards and/or committees of many arts organizations and institutions, including the Canadian Cultural Property Export Review Board (CCPERB); the Board; the Executive and Appraisal Committee of the Professional Art Dealers Association of Canada (now ADAC); the Art Gallery of Ontario; the Doris McCarthy Gallery of the University of Toronto and the Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, Toronto, among others

As the gallery settles into the this next stage, WTG@S27, we look forward to many more years of involvement in, and commitment to, the art communities that have been such an intrinsic part of its existence.

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