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An exhibit

of mostly collages

mostly from junk mail

Opening: Wednesday

May 29 | 6 pm

Free Admission

May 29 - June 2

2104 Dundas St West


“Cut & Paste” is the first solo show by Toronto-based, Mexican artist Cuxo (Augusto Quijano). 

Originally trained in drawing and painting, Cuxo began his professional career over 15 years ago as a concept artist/animator in the videogame industry and has remained in the space ever since. Today, he is the Art Director of award-winning Drinkbox Studios. 

This exhibit consists of a collection of work all created within the last year and mostly consisting of collages, a medium Cuxo began experimenting with almost by chance in his free time. He found that collage offered a striking contrast to the strategic process involved in creating video game art. There is a refreshing immediacy to it and it has inherent limitations, unlike digital art. It's an organic, tactile process involving simple tools and simple shapes that can be put together in a way that creates complexity. 

Cuxo’s collage art aims to distill a subject matter into bold, colourful, and rhythmic compositions, expanding on a shape language that he’s explored throughout his artistic career.

Over 100 works will be on display and for sale.


May 29


6 pm - 10 pm

May 30


10 am - 8 pm

May 31


10 am - 9 pm

June 1


10 am - 9 pm

June 2


10 am - 5 pm

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