Le Pop… and a Move!

No CommentsPosted May 21, 2017 by Emily McInnes

Le Pop!
May 27 & 28, 2017
9am – 4pm
100 Niagara Street, Toronto
(in the former Diaz Contemporary space at Niagara / Bathurst)

Join me next weekend, here in Toronto, for a very special event that is the brainchild of my good friend Charlie Scott, one of the three founders of Trufflepig Travel… and one of the finest purveyors of chic I have ever met. (If you know Charlie, you know what I mean). We are teaming up to bring you Le Pop, a two-day sale featuring spectacular treasures that have been hand selected from around the globe.

LE POP WILL FEATURE…

  • Contemporary, and industrial, hand-made custom lighting from Maude Rondeau of LUMINAIRE AUTHENTIK of Montréal. This will be LUMINAIRE AUTHENTIK’s first show in Toronto.
  • A sneak preview from EMA+P (Emily McInnes Art + Projects), an off-shoot of  EYE BUY ART – and new gallery I’m about to launch! – where I will be representing fine art photographs, singular edition photo-based media and paintings. You’ll have a chance to see work by artists that have been selected just for this show!
  • Antiques, furniture and fine collectibles from DITOUI (a.k.a. Charlie Scott). His collection of curiosities, artifacts and antiques are the real deal, collected over many years of scouring brocantes, flea markets, souks and antique shops from around the world. This carefully curated assortment of oddities is available for the first time at Le Pop.
  • Socially conscious, earth-friendly rugs and textiles from Ali Yaphe of Y&CO, featuring flatweaves from Madeline Weinrib and Oliver Yaphe, wool area rugs and all kinds of fabrics, cushions and wallpaper – a rare opportunity to buy at 50-70% off!

Please join us, next weekend, for this one-time event to collect rare and very special pieces from an incredible gathering of minds in art, design and lighting. It’s next weekend, friends… so, please, put this in your calendars, share the event far and wide and come give me a squeeze!

COMING UP NEXT

My favourite saying is, “tragedy is opportunity in disguise”. While our industrial-era brick building in downtown Toronto has been slated for re-development, it’s allowing me to move on to a new, jewel box sized, street-level space at Dupont and Lansdowne in the city’s reigning gallery district. I’ll have details soon. In the meantime, stay tuned to your inbox next week for a new pair of photographs from EYE BUY ART and details on our fall schedule of shows in New York.

Thanks for being here!

 

Emily McInnes
Founder,
EYE BUY ART

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