Pari Nadimi Gallery

254 Niagara Street

Toronto, Ontario

Canada M6J 2L8

Tel: (416) 591-6464

Please be advised that the gallery does not accept unsolicited submissions at this time. 


Closed temporarily due to COVID-19

Thursday - Saturday 12 - 5 PM

Or by appointment

COVID-19 Update

March 30, 2020

A brief update regarding gallery hours and other things during these strange times we are experiencing. Matilda Aslizadeh's exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery is not currently on view, as the gallery has shut their doors due to COVID-19. Pari Nadimi Gallery will also be closed temporarily until more information is released regarding public safety. 

We will continue to update both the news here and on our instagram as information becomes available to us. 

We sincerely hope everyone is staying well and staying safe during these times, and hope to see many of you on the other side of things. 

Moly and Kassandra

March 15, 2020

Matilda Aslizadeh's Moly and Kassandra will be on view at the Vancouver Art Gallery from March 23 - August 28, 2020. 


"Toronto Vancouver-based artist Matilda Aslizadeh’s engaging video and photographic installation Moly and Kassandra (2018) addresses the relationship between culture and resource extraction through the juxtaposition of economic statistics, divinations of the future and images of immense holes in the earth."

Image: Matilda Aslizadeh, Moly and Kassandra, 2018, 3-channel video installation with sound,

filling the Klein bottle (x) {, (y) {, and (z) { }}}

February 29, 2020

Xuan Ye and Wenxin Zhang's filling the Klein bottle (x) { continues at Varley Art Gallery in Markham until April 26, 2020.  Soon, filling the Klein bottle (y) { is to open at InterAccess March 5 continuing until May 9, and subsequently filling the Klein bottle (z) { }}} at Bunker 2 from March 15 to May 30, both in Toronto. The unique structure of this exhibition splits it into three parts, functioning as three separate exhibitions. Featured in What to See in 2020 on Canadian Art, Joy Xiang writes,

"What links memes, memory-making, tourism and neoliberal capitalist spectacle? I’m fascinated by the way curator Belinda Kwan makes complex connections that emerge as meaningful interpretations of the global, digital flows of our present. This multi-site exhibition, presented through a satirical travel agency, features Wenxin Zhang and Xuan Ye and explores how infinite scrolling (“image tourism”) and cyber dreaming affect an emotional and desirous understanding of space-time. "

Be sure to explore all three exhibitions, the links above and below contain more details. 

Image: Xuan Ye, The Spectacles Before Us Were Indeed Sublime (animation still), 2018. Two-channel 4K video (black-and-white, stereo) and galvanized plano-concave structure. Courtesy of the artist.

International Symposium for Electronic Art

February 28, 2020

Jesse Collin Jackson will present a paper on his work Marching Cubes for the International Symposium for Electronic Art in Montreal this May 18 - 24, 2020. 

Image: Jesse Collin Jackson, Marching Cubes, installation view at Pari Nadimi Gallery, 2016.

Kyiv International Short Film Festival

February 28, 2020

Felix Kalmenson will be showing the film with Rouzbeh Akhbari A Passage at Kyiv International Short Film Festival. The festival runs from April 18 to April 21, 2020. 

Image: Still from A Passage, single channel video, 2019

In Praise of Green

February 28, 2020

Carson Teal will be part of the exhibition In Praise of Green on Lansdowne Avenue this Saturday. 

Opening Reception : Saturday February 29 2-5pm - 222 Lansdowne Ave, Toronto


"In Praise of Green is a group show interfacing images by different artists with one another or a piece of poetry to form both sides of a road sign. The works are chosen as they share something somewhat fantastical. They appear as a moment of longing, bordering on excitement. These wonderful images experienced in brief live on as foils to everyday encounter.


In Praise of Green will be displayed around Parkdale and up Lansdowne Ave. An exhibition catalog with images/texts of all works and a map of the original placements will serve as the only paraphernalia in the gallery. As such the “opening reception” is more symbolic and acts as the starting point when the art works will be posted in the ground. All works will be printed locally on cotton fabric and wrapped over recycled metal frames."

Image: Carson Teal, Wildflowers, 2019

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