The Christopher Cutts Gallery is a Toronto-based commercial art gallery representing works by both modernist and contemporary artists.
The Gallery’s program includes:
Estates of historically significant post WW II Canadian artists, most notably 5 members of the Painters 11 group which exhibited collectively from 1953-60.
Established senior Canadian artists, such as Eldon Garnet, Ron Martin and Michael Snow.
Mid-career and emerging artists from Canada and overseas.
The Gallery was founded in 1986, and has been operating from its current location for 29 years.
The Christopher Cutts Gallery is committed to the development and growth of contemporary culture, both domestically and abroad. It takes an active role in recognizing and promoting visual art through an ongoing exhibition program, art fair participation and catalogue publishing. More than just a display space, the Christopher Cutts Gallery offers itself as an important resource to art aficionados, collectors, critics, curators, historians and visual artists.