Tim Whiten is a Toronto-based creator of charged objects that embody myths and narratives, bringing these stories alive and affirming their relevance to the times in which we live.
Work by Tim Whiten is featured in MOCA’s inaugural exhibition, 'BELIEVE'. His incredible glass objects, 'After Phaeton' and 'Reliquaire', embody narratives related to power, belief, continuity of being and understanding our place in the world.
Tim Whiten was born in Inkster, Michigan and lives and works in Toronto. He is represented by Olga Korper Gallery. “I do not refer to myself as an Artist; I think of myself as an image maker who also creates cultural objects. In close to forty years creating works, I have sought to navigate the territory of the human condition and its transformative potential.”
This event is free but requires pre-registration.
Friday, November 16, 2018
MOCA , 158 Sterling Rd.