• From late 2005 until early 2011, Craig Scott Gallery introduced exceptional artists to Toronto and a wider audience. Craig Scott Gallery has ceased as an active venture but now seeks, by maintaining its website, to showcase the work of the gallery artists who worked with the gallery during this period. 

    Craig Scott was elected on March 19, 2012, as the Member of Parliament for Toronto-Danforth. He can be followed on twitter @CraigScottNDP. His Parliamentary page is http://www.parl.gc.ca/MembersOfParliament/ProfileMP.aspx?Key=181257&Language=E. His personal web page is http://craigscott.ndp.ca/. His Facebook page ishttp://www.facebook.com/CraigScottNDP.

  • Raymond Waters' "King Kong (1933) 16mm" is presently being exhibited in the Bell Blue Room (the Members Lounge) of the Bell / Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) Lightbox Building in Toronto.  The work consists of 16 mm film glued to canvas mounted to board with 535 LED Lights, encased in Plexiglas.  153.67 cm by 245.11 cm by 22.86 cm; 60 1/2" by 96 1/2"by 9". 

  • The year 2009 marked the 100th anniversary of Malcolm Lowry's birth in Liverpool, England, with major scholarly and artistic events organized around this centenary. One of them was a mega-conference at the University of British Columbia (in collaboration with Vancouver Island University), at which a slide show of all of prints by Jorge Martínez from his Lowry/Under the Volcano series were projected as part of the opening of the conference. Following the UBC Conference was a multi-disciplinary extravaganza at a public arts centre called the Bluecoat, in Liverpool (The European Union's City of Culture for 2008). Craig Scott Gallery worked with the Bluecoat to provide eight Martínez works for the exhibition…

  • (above) Maleonn, Nostalgia No 8 (in edition of 15, 60x90 cm, and edition of 6, 90x135 cm).

    Since his inaugural May 2006 Transfigurations show at Craig Scott Gallery, much of note has happened that justifies understanding Maleonn not only as one of the most exciting and important photography-based artists working in China today but also as an artist who has made his mark globally in very short order. His work has generated a steady stream of recognition and accolades. Craig Scott Gallery became Maleonn's first gallery (in late 2005) and continues to represent him worldwide. [Read more. ]

  • Christian McLeod's latest in his Tommy Douglas 'pop art' series, "Metallic Tommy", 48 x 36 images, oil on canvas, 2009. Stay tuned for developments with the series.