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Jon Davies' Top Ten for 2011

In no particular order, just things seen in Toronto, and with nepotism and self-promotion embraced:

1. Sameer Farooq and Mirjam Linschooten, The Museum of Found Objects: Toronto (Maharaja and ), February 5 to April 6, 2011, Art Gallery of Ontario and South Asian Visual Arts Centre.

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2. Three Gallery TPW collaborations

Lindsay Seers: Extramission 6, April 2 to 24, 2011. With the Images Festival.

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Decisive Moments, Uncertain Times, October 20 to November 19, 2011. With Trinity Square Video, which presented Decisive Moments, Somewhere Else, October 27 to December 9, 2011.

Ben Rivers: Slow Action, September 8 to October 1, 2011. With TIFF Future Projections.

3. Two Mercer Union Exhibitions

Tricia Middleton: The Call Is Coming from Inside the House, November 11 to December 10, 2011.

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Out of Print, January 27 to February 26, 2011.

4. Marisa Hoicka & Johnny Forever: Trust My Gut A Drag Opera Surgery, October 27 to 30, 2011. Presented by the Feminist Art Gallery (FAG) at upArt Contemporary Art Fair, Gladstone Hotel. Also, everything the FAG has done since its launch.

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5. Chris Curreri: Beside Myself, November 17, 2011 to January 7, 2012, Daniel Faria Gallery.

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6. Melanie Gilligan: Self-capital, April 2 to May 7, 2011, Interaccess.

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7. Beth Stuart: The Cliques, October 6 to 30, 2011, Erin Stump Projects.

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8. Beatrice Gibson: The Future's Getting Old Like the Rest of Us, film curated by cheyanne turions for the 2011 Images Festival and screened on April 8, 2011 at Jackman Hall.

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9. Susan Hiller: The Last Silent Movie, September 22 to November 26, 2011, Prefix ICA.

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10. Miranda July's conversation with Patti Schmidt following the Canadian premiere of The Future, August 2, 2011. Presented by the Images Festival.

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